Jeremy Lewellin

Jeremy Marc Lewellin passed away Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, MN at the age of 41.

Jeremy ‘Bub’ Lewellin was born Sept. 28, 1979 to Rick and Kristi (Kelm) Lewellin in Mora. Jeremy was the second of three sons. Jeremy grew up in the Brook Park/Hinckley area and went through the Hinckley-Finlayson School systems. Jeremy worked for American Manufacturing for many years before working for himself the last few years of his life.

Jeremy loved sharing his days with his sons, showing them just how proud he was to be their dad, he loved to attend their various sporting and dirt bike events.  That sparkle in his eyes brightened with each word he spoke as he shared stories of his sons, Trevor and Cory.

Many that knew Jeremy saw that stubborn streak that ran through his veins, however, you also knew that soft side. The side that was filled with such a caring and loving nature. A light that shined through his eyes and out into the world around him. His sense of humor that kept us laughing right along with his ‘belly’ laugh is a memory forever with us.

Jeremy was preceded in death by his grandparents; Lawrence, Jr. and Gladys (Fors) Lewellin, Glen and Vivian (Jurgensen) Kelm. Uncles; Lawrence Lewellin, Robert Lewellin. Aunt; Betty (Lewellin) Johnson.

Jeremy is survived by his parents Rick and Kris Lewellin of Hinckley, Sons; Trevor Lewellin and Corey Young of Isanti, Brothers; Danny Lewellin of Chicago, Il and Terry (Sharon) Lewellin of Mora. Nephew; Dylan Lewellin of Mora, Nieces; Jordan Rogne of Freeborn, Megan Lewellin of Prescott, Arizona , Stephanie Lucking of Minneapolis, Mackenzie Lucking of Mora, and numerous uncles, aunts, and cousins.

Please come and join us in remembering ‘Bub’. A Celebration of Life will take place at the Hinckley Community Center (102 Dunn Ave. N.) on Friday Oct. 16, 2020 from 2-6 p. m. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the family requests that visitors be limited to close friends and family.

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