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Lewis Funeral Homes
2907 Mulberry Avenue,
Muscatine, IA 52761
Lewis Funeral Homes
2907 Mulberry Avenue
Muscatine, IA US
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Stacy-Lewis Home for
Funeral and Cremation ServicesColumbus Junction, Iowa
Over 50 years of funeral tradition comes from the Stacy-Lewis Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stacy started the funeral home in the 1950's, coming from the Brighton area. At that time the funeral home was located on Gamble Street. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lewis joined the Stacys, and the name was changed to reflect their presence in the community. During this time the Stacys and the Lewises served the community not only with funeral service, but with ambulance service as well. When Mr. and Mrs. Lewis returned to Columbus Junction the funeral home moved to its present location on Second Street. Mr. and Mrs. D. Stacy Lewis purchased the funeral home from his parents in 1989, thus beginning the third generation of funeral service to the area. The Victorian style mansion, that is the funeral home to the community, has an interesting history in itself. The home was built in 1902 by Mr. George Harrison. He was trying to "out build" Mr. Letts whose home is located on the corner of Springer and Colton. Mr. Letts won the contest, but Mr. Harrison was noted to have the best interior and workmanship. The home has had two fires, the most recent was in 1977. It was at that time that the Lewis' were adding on to the home. A permanent chapel and large apartment were being constructed. A great amount of damage was done to antiques and the interior, but the great mansion survived and continues in stately condition today.
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