In Memory

Sally Jean Lewis

Sally Jean LewisSally always lit up a room when she entered. She was the "it" girl that everyone loved.

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03/13/08 04:16 PM #1    

Desiree Nystrom

Sally was the so cool, so cute, so perfect girl that boys crush on and girls envy, she lives on in all our memories.

03/16/08 08:50 PM #2    

Kathy Countryman (Bounds)

I loved Sally like a sister. Her laugh was contagious and once we got going it was pretty hard to stop. We did have fun!

Sally lived in Oregon, moved back to Yakima, moved to Spokane then up to Colfax. That's where her boys are still (I believe). The last few years of her life she was back in Yakima. Sally passed away due to health reasons.

She is survived by two sons, Josh and Casey, her brother David and his wife Tracy (Wellman), dad Corky and his wife Judy, and her mom Judy and her husband Carl. There's more pictures of Sally on my profile.

07/27/08 10:10 PM #3    

Barb Farley (Skyles)

Sally...a beautiful lady who was much too young to leave this world. We had some wonderful times that will stay in my heart forever!

08/19/08 12:10 AM #4    

Rochelle Suver (Carey)

Sally and her dad took me up skiing many times to White Pass starting in about the 7th grade. We got to spend the night in the private lodge a few times and each time was an adventure. She knew just about everyone up there and it was always fun. I felt like the shy one around her because she was so outgoing, but that was just fine.

09/22/08 06:38 PM #5    

Brad Munden

Unbelievable!! Sally was one of my best friends at Wilson Jr and at IKE and was a huge part of my life growing up. I remember Sally, Judy and Julie as the coolest jr high cheerleader squad and all the great times we spent together growing up. I just cant believe she is gone. She was a great person and will be sadly missed!

03/03/10 03:33 PM #6    

Twilla Wyrick (Pruitt)

Sally was and is still one of the most beautiful and caring human beings I have ever met. We got to spend some time together before she left earth. She was a real HOOT!!
I did not know her in school (as I was horribly shy and knew almost no one), but grew to be great friends at a late age. We shared quality time together and I am greatly blessed for knowing her. She truly touched everyone that she came in contact with.

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