My condolences to the family of Lewis Maulik. So sorry for yur lost his was a wonderful man
Mrs. Maulik, Joyce, Doug, and Mitch,
I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Maulik's passing. He was a wonderful man. I will always remember whenever I needed anything electrical or advise on electrical I would always stop in to see him and I would always get a smile and an answer. Whenever I saw him out and about, whether he was working, in Church or just out, he always had a smile on his face. Please know we are thinking of you all at this sad time. Keep his memories in your hearts and let those memories bring a smile to your heart.
we are so sorry to hear of the loss of Lew. He was a great man and did lots for our community. He will be missed. RIP Lew.
We were sorry to hear of Lew's passing. He and Carol were part of Riverton in so many ways. His smile was always welcome whenever we had problems, electrical or otherwise. Both our Dads knew him in both work and service. He and my Dad, Rollie Connell, worked together, along with others, in developing Homestead and the vision for the Sertoma Foundation, eventually becoming Reach. As we are out of town we are sending our sympathies to his family.
There was no way to share time with Lew without sharing smiles. And, of course the same goes for Carol. Both, true blessings for each other and for Riverton.
We are sorry for your loss.
I'm sorry for the family loss, Lewis was a great guy, I served my junior years as an apprentice with Lewis he always treated me good, he always taught me what was right, he was a good mentor of mine will always remember him as a wonderful man.
From my family to the Maulik family.....We send our deepest condolences for your loss.
Lew was an icon of my hometown of Riverton and will certainly be missed.
God Bless the Maulik family.
Sorry to hear.
Sorry I could not come to the funeral.
Lew was just one of those good people!
Aunt Carol, Joyce, Doug, and Mitch,
I really enjoyed the memorial video. Uncle Lewis just loved kids—you can tell the joy in his eyes fro pictures of his own children, nieces, nephews, and grandchildren. I always loved all the stories Uncle Lewis would tell, and how he remembered everyone. Our hearts are with you now and always. Love, Laura, Ruben, Adam, and Reyna