Shaune Lewis dead: Kewanee basketball coach obituary – How did Shaune Lewis die? – cause of death – tributes – funeral plans.
- Died: July 2 , 2020
- Age: 47 year old
- Cause of death: medical emergency took place during his heat race which led to his death
Shaune Lewis, 47, boys basketball coach and Kewanee businessman, died Thursday, his son and nephew reported on Twitter.
Lewis, an enthusiastic racer of late model cars, was scheduled to appear Thursday evening in his 44X car at Davenport Speedway in Davenport, Iowa.
Another driver reported in a Facebook post that Lewis apparently suffered a medical incident while behind the wheel.
Shaune Lewis obituary, funeral arrangement
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Tributes to Shaune Lewis
Family, friends and loved ones of the deceased have taken to their social media pages to share tributes, prayers and condolence messages.
Jill George Hartzell wrote;
“It was a pleasure racing with you my friend. RIP.”
“The Boiler basketball family is heartbroken.”
Niko Powe Jr.:
“Man, Coach lew, thank you for everything. You have had a major impact on my life and it will forever live on. You are definitely going to be in my heart forever. Rest up”
Kewanee High School volleyball coach Claire Nichols:
“Our deepest condolences go to Coach Lew’s family and dear friends. We are so sadden by the loss of this wonderful husband, father, coach, and role model. Coach Lew was a great supporter KHSVB and his presence and support of all KHS activities will be greatly missed.”
“Coach Lew may not have been my coach but he was a mentor to me and every basketball player at KHS. From seeing him in the corner of the gym at our games to talking to him before and after games and practices. One of the greatest coaches to ever coach at KHS.Basketball.”
“My thoughts and prayers go out to the Lewis family and all the young players who were fortunate enough to be coached hard and loved-on even harder by Shaune. His passion and enthusiasm were unmatched and he always did what he believed was best for the kids, no matter what. RIP.”
“Thoughts and Prayers go out to the Lewis family, Boiler nation and Kewanee. Lots of good basketball chats with @KhsBoiler5 he will be greatly missed on and off the court.”
Indian Creek boys basketball coach Joe Piekarz:
“So sad to hear this news. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Coach Lewis’ family and the entire Kewanee community.”
The Kevin Brown Memorial ToC wrote;
The ToC would like to send our condolences and prayers to the Lewis family. We thoroughly enjoyed working with Shaune and we appreciated his professionalism and friendship.
The ToC would like to send our condolences and prayers to the Lewis family. We thoroughly enjoyed working with Shaune and we appreciated his professionalism and friendship. https://t.co/SGpZdOySA3
— The Kevin Brown Memorial ToC (@WCHSTOC) July 4, 2020
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