Skip to content

Robert Lewis

Robert O. “Robby” Lewis, 22, of Carey, died unexpectedly on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, at home following a recent battle with drug addiction.
On Oct. 8, 1998, Robby was born in Findlay, the son of Sherri (Haggerty) Hernandez and Thomas R. Lewis. He went to daycare at Christ Lutheran Church in Carey, where he was baptized. He also graduated from Carey High School in the class of 2018.
During his junior year of high school, Robby was proud to start working through the school OWE program at American Plastics in Findlay. After graduation, he continued working at American Plastics as a process technician. He really enjoyed everyone he worked with and loved to try and do nice things for them.
One of Robby’s favorite things to do was visit his grandpa Bob up on Lake Erie, where they would go boating, jet skiing, tubing and much more all day long. He was a video game fanatic, who always had to have the newest PlayStation. He also was a music lover, often playing his music a little too loud through town.
Always wanting to look sharp, Robby loved to buy new swag. He also enjoyed splurging to get a high end brand name or something unique like his Back to the Future shoes.
Having a huge heart, Robby was an extremely generous and thoughtful young man. His family has many stories of Robby giving over the top gifts to try and make someone else’s day.
Robby will be missed by his mother, Sherri (Merced) Hernandez; father, Thomas R. Lewis, both of Carey; three siblings, Victoria Murriel, Sheena Lewis and Kerri (Craig) Siebeneck; one niece, Hailey Lewis; two nephews, Brayden and Cameron Siebeneck; maternal grandfather, Bob (Jane) Haggerty, Jose A. Hernandez Sr.; five aunts, Sandy (Steve) Denniss, Sue Klein, Carrol (Tim) Roop, Maria Hernandez and Elvira ( Juan) Oritz; four uncles, Steve (Megan) Lewis, Jose A. (Denise) Hernandez Jr., Juan (Kammi) Hernandez and Vady Hernandez; and numerous cousins.
Robby was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Ruth Haggerty; paternal grandparents: Ray Lewis and Char Knipscheer; and an uncle, Bob Klein.
His family will greet friends from 4-8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 23, at Stombaugh-Batton Funeral Home, Carey. Services honoring his life will also be held there at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 24,  with the Rev. Cynthia Morrison officiating.
Memorial contributions may be made to Firelands Counseling and Recovery Services of Wyandot County, 97 Houpt Drive, Suite W, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351, to try and help others battling with drug addiction.
Condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.StombaughBatton.com.

Leave a Comment