Philip Arthur Lewis


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Philip Arthur "Phil" Lewis was born November 13, 1903, in Waupaca, Waupaca Co., WI, and died February 15, 1990, in Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI, at age 87. Entombed in Shrine of Heaven Mausoleum, Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI. He is the son of Gustav Larsson Lewis of Fröbbestorp, Torsås, Kalmar lan, Smaland, Sweden, and Julianne Marie Anderson of Tisvilde, Sjolland, Denmark. 

Marion H. "Mary" Jaeger was born June 25, 1909, in Freedom Twp., Outagamie Co., WI, and died January 24, 1996, at Theda Clark Regional Medical Center, Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI, at age 86. Entombed in Shrine of Heaven Mausoleum, Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI. She is the daughter of Louis Jaeer of Wisconsin Born about 1870), and Henrei Van de Eng of Wisconsin (born about 1880).

Philip Arthur "Phil" Lewis and Marion J. "Mary" Jaeger were married June 30, 1938, in the parsonage of St. Margaret Mary Catholic church, Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI.

Philip Arthur "Phil" Lewis and Marion J. "Mary" (Jaeger) Lewis had one child:

  1. Sandra Mary Lewis: Born about 1944 in Wisconsin. Married July 19, 1969, to Thomas Gerald "Tom" Artzberger: Born about 1946 in Pennsylvania.




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Philip Arthur Lewis was born November 13, 1903, in Waupaca, Waupaca Co., WI.

The 1905 Wisconsin State Census taken on June 1, 1905, shows Gustavus Lewis (age 57) born in Sweden of Swedish-born parents is a Carpenter owning his home with a mortgage and living in the 2nd Ward, City of Waupaca, Waupaca Co., WI. Living with him is his wife, Julia Lewis (age 47) born in Denmark to Danish-born parents. Also living there are his seven unmarried children, all born in Wisconsin to Swedish and Danish-born parents: Edith Lewis (age 26) a Clerk; Elmer Lewis (age 20) a Cigar Maker; Henry Lewis (age 17); Clara Lewis (age 14); Irving Lewis (age 12); Ruben B. Lewis (age 5); and Philip A. Lewis (age 1).

Marion J. "Mary" Jaeger was born June 25, 1909, in Freedom Twp., Outagamie Co., WI.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 28, 1910, shows Gustave Lewis (age 61) born in Sweden to Swedish-born parents with Pa citizenship and having immigrated in 1872 is a House Carpenter owning his home at 413 State Street, 2nd Ward, Waupaca, Waupaca Co., WI. Living with him is his wife of 33 years, Julia A. Lewis (age 52) born in Denmark to Danish-born parents who emigrated in 1870, and all 9 of the 9 children born in Wisconsin to her are still alive. Living at home: Clara Lewis (age 19) who is works in a milliner store; Irvin Lewis (age 16) who helps in a machine shop; Rueben Lewis (age 10); and Philip Lewis (age 6).

The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 6, 1920, shows Gust Lewis (age 71) is a widower born in Sweden to Swedish-born parents and a Pa naturalized citizen immigrating in 1872 is a house carpenter owning his home at 413 South State Street, 2nd Ward, Waupaca, Waupaca Co., WI. Living with him are three of his children, all unmarried and born in Wisconsin to Danish-born parents: Clara Lewis (age 28) who is works as a milliner in a hat shop; Rueben Lewis (age 20) and unemployed; and Phillip Lewis (age 16) and unemployed.

The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 15, 1930, shows Clarence H. Peterson (age 35) born in Wisconsin to Danish-born parents and first married at age 26 is a manager of a quarry who owns his own home worth $3,500 in Menasha Twp., Winnebago Co., WI. Living with him is his wife, Clara Peterson (age 39) born in Wisconsin to Swedish and Danish-born parents who was first married at age 29. Also living there are their children: Juliane Peterson (age 9) born in Wisconsin; Carol M. Peterson (age 7) born in Wisconsin; Margaret Peterson (age 6) born in Minnesota; Edith Peterson (age 2-2/12) born in Wisconsin; and Clarence Peterson (age 1-2/12) born in Wisconsin. Also in the household is Clara's unmarried brother, Phillip Lewis (age 26) born in Wisconsin to Swedish and Danish-born parents who is a Printer in a Paper Mill.

Philip Arthur "Phil" Lewis and Marion H. "Mary" Jaeger were married June 30, 1938, in the parsonage of St. Margaret Mary Catholic church, Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI.


Appleton Post-Crescent, Appleton, Outagamie Co., WI, Wednesday, June 30, 1938

Jaeger-Lewis

Miss Marion Jaeger, 121 W. Columbian avenue, Neenah, daughter of Mrs. Louis Jaeger, Kaukauna, and Philip A. Lewis, 990 Ninth street, Menasha, were married at 10 o'clock this morning in the parsonage of St. Margaret Mary Catholic church, Neenah, by the Rev. Joseph Glueckstein. Miss Minnie Vandenberg, Neenah, was the bride's only attendant and George Haebig, Waupaca, attended the bridegroom. Following a wedding dinner and reception for the immediate relatives and friends at the home of the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. C. H. Peterson, Menasha, the young couple left on a trip to Niagara Falls and New York City. They will be at home after July 20 at 310 Lincoln street, Neenah. Mr. Lewis is foreman at the Badger-Globe plant of the Kimberly-Clark corporation. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. George Haebig, Waupaca, and Rose Esler, Wrightstown.


Appleton Post-Crescent, Appleton, Outagamie Co., WI, Wednesday, April 10, 1940

ATTEND SERVICES

Six Neenah people attended the funeral services at Waupaca this afternoon for Mrs. Irving Lewis, 44, who died Sunday morning at her home in Waupaca. They are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Petersen and daughter Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lewis, and Miss Ilda Knudtson.


The Post-Crescent, Appleton, Outagamie Co., WI, Tuesday, May 6, 1969

Engaged Girls Begin to Plan for Wedding Days

Lewis-Artzberger

NEENAH - The engagement of Miss Sandra Mary Lewis to Thomas G. Artzberger has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lewis, Paynes Point. Mr. Artzberger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Artzberger, Pittsburgh. Miss Lewis was graduated from the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Wash., and is employed as an occupational therapist at Milwaukee County General Hospital. Her fiance, a graduate of the Milwaukee School of Engineering, is employed by Rex Chainbelt Co. Milwaukee, on a cooperative engineering study program. The couple plans a July 19th wedding.


Philip Arthur "Phil" Lewis died February 15, 1990, in Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI, at age 87. Entombed in Shrine of Heaven Mausoleum, Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI.


The Post-Crescent, Appleton, Outagamie Co., WI, Friday, February 16, 1990

Philip A. Lewis

838 Paynes Point Beach Rd., Neenah

Age 86, passed away Thursday evening, February 15, 1990 at his home following a one year illness. He was born November 13, 1903 in Waupaca, the son of the late Gustavius and Juliann Lewis. He had been a resident of Neenah for the past 62 years and had been employed at the Kimberly-Clark Corporation for 39 years, retiring in 1962. He was a member of their Quarter Century Club, a life time member of the Neenah/Menasha Elks BPOE No.. 695, a member of the Men's Fellowship Club of the First United Methodist Church, a co-founder of the K-C Band. He had been president for many years of the K-C Activity Association. Philip was an avid Packer fan never missing a home game in 40 years. He is survived by his wife, Marion (Jaeger) Lewis to whom he was married for 52 years. He is also survived by a daughter and son-in-law: Mrs. Thomas (Sandra) Atrzberger, Hartford, Wisconsin; a sister, Mrs. Clara Peterson, Menasha. Funeral services will be Saturday, February 17, 1990 at 3 p.m. at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Neenah with Rev. Leroy Johnsrud officiating. Entombment will be in Shrine of Heaven Mausoleum. Friends may call at the Laemmrich Funeral Home in Menasha on Saturday from 12 noon until the cortege leaves for the church. A memorial fund has been established for the VNA Hospice of Neenah/Menasha.


Marion H. "Mary" (Jaeger) Lewis died January 24, 1996, at Theda Clark Regional Medical Center, Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI, at age 86. Entombed in Shrine of Heaven Mausoleum, Neenah, Winnebago Co., WI.


The Post-Crescent, Appleton, Outagamie Co., WI, Thursday, January 25, 1996

Marion H. Lewis

6370 Paynes Point Beach Rd., Neenah

Age 86, dsied Wednesday, January 24, 1996 at Theda Clark Regional Medical Center following a three month illness. She was born June 25, 1909 in Freedom, Wisconsin, daughter of Louis and Henrei (Van de Eng) Jager. In young adulthood Marion was employed by Kimberly-Clark, she later devoted the rest of her life as a wife, homemaker and mother of one daughter, Sandra. She loved to travel, was active in community groups and was known for her loving and caring personality. Marion was married to Philip A. Lewis for 52 years before his death in 1991. Marion was a member of Neenah Menasha Elks Ladies, Neenah Menasha Homemakers, and Saint Margaret Mary Catholic Church, Neenah. Marion is survived by a daughter and son-in-law: Sandra (Thomas) Atrzberger, Hartford, Wisconsin; four brothers, Gib Jaeger, Kaukauna; Peter Jager, Milwaukee; Paul Jaeger, Anchorage, Alaska; and John Jaeger, Florida. Marion was preceded in death by four siblings. a sister, Mrs. Clara Peterson, Menasha. Entombment will be in the Shrine of Heaven Mausoleum, Neenah. Friends may call at the Kessler Funeral Home from 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday and from noon Monday until the time of the service. A prayer service will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday. A memorial has been established for the Neenah Menasha V.N.A. Hospice.


Sandra Artzberger, MS, OTR, CHT

Sandra is a private practice hand therapist, graduate level college instructor and Director of Continuing Education and Lymphedema Services at Cedar Haven Rehabilitation Agency in West Bend, WI.  

For 24 years she practiced as a hand therapist for a group of plastic surgeons in the Milwaukee area.  Prior to that she and another therapist established the first Hand Rehabilitation Service in Wisconsin. Professional awards and accomplishments include: Charter Active Member of the American Society of Hand Therapists, past Educational Division Director for ASHT, awarded for pioneering in Hand Therapy in the Milwaukee area and the Henrietta McNary Award for significant contributions in continuing education from UWM.

In 1995 Ms. Artzberger was certified in Manual Lymphatic Treatment and established, with two other therapists the first lymphedema clinic in Wisconsin. Her knowledge of the lymphatic system and how to effectively activate it, led to the development of Manual Edema Mobilization (MEM). MEM is a short, modified lymph decongestion technique for orthopedic hand and leg patients having persistent sub-acute and chronic edema. Techniques evolved and feature components unique to MEM such as Pump Point Stimulation, easy patient centered self bandaging and self management programs, and exercise after each section massaged.

 Publications about Manual Edema Mobilization include: a chapter in the 2002 Rehabilitation of the Hand and Upper Extremity, 5th Ed., co-authored an article published in the Israel Journal of OT June of 2002, authored an article for the July 2003 issue of the South African Journal of Hand Therapy, completed an Internet course about MEM, and wrote 2 articles for the AOTA Phys. Dis. Quarterly. She is also mentoring two research studies about MEM.

 Annually, Ms. Artzberger presents several workshops nationally and internationally on MEM. International presentations include: Argentina, Turkey, South Africa, Denmark and Scotland and the upcoming International Federation of Societies for Hand Therapy (IFSHT) meeting in Australia in March, 2007.


Sandra Artzberger, MS, OTR, CHT

Sandra Artzberger MS, OTR, CHT, CLT is a private practice hand therapist in Pagosa Springs Colorado, graduate level college instructor, author, and a national/international lecturer in the field of hand therapy and lymphedema treatment. Presently she has taught MEM in 8 different countries, published 5 chapters, and 8 articles on MEM. Highlights of her carrier include working 20 plus years at director of hand therapy for a group of plastic surgeons in the Milwaukee WI area, and establishing with another therapist the pilot for what became the Froedtert Hand Rehabilitation Clinic in Milwaukee. She is a Charter Active Member of the American Society of Hand Therapists and past Educational Division Director for ASHT. Also, Sandra has received awards for pioneering in Hand Therapy in the Milwaukee area and the Henrietta McNary Award for significant contributions in continuing education from UWM. In 1995 Ms. Artzberger was certified in Manual Lymphatic Treatment and established, with two other therapists, the first lymphedema clinic in Wisconsin. Combining her knowledge of the lymphatic system with years of hand therapy experience, the technique of Manual Edema Mobilization evolved and continues to evolve.