Carl Joseph - It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Carl J. Lewis on Thursday, April 26, 2018, at the Lac La Ronge Health Center with family by his side. Carl was born on Tuesday, November 10, 1936, to Darrel and Catherine Lewis in Digby, Nova Scotia. He had four siblings and the family grew up in a small fishing community on the Bay of Fundy. They all worked together, supporting each other as a traditional fishing family. Carl wanted more out of life then what Gullivers Cove could offer, so he pursued a career in the Armed Forces. Carl enlisted in 1958 and his first posting was in Gagetown, New Brunswick, where he met his future wife, Joan Tuppen. Carl’s career took them overseas and they started their family on military bases in Germany. The family moved back to Canada in 1963, and Carl was posted to Petawawa, Ontario. Carl did two more tours of duty overseas between 1965-1968. Carl’s final posting would move the family to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1970. Carl retired from the Armed Forces in 1980, at which point he started his second career with Saskatchewan Mining Development Corporation (now Cameco). This career took Carl to Uranium City in northern Saskatchewan, eventually settling in La Ronge, Saskatchewan. It was in La Ronge where Carl met Glennis Folkvord. Carl and Glennis were married in 1986 and built a life together in La Ronge. Carl had many passions in his life, fishing, hunting and travel to name a few; he especially loved carpentry and was very well known for his wood work.