He was born in Wendell, Idaho to Elmer and Dora (Cooley) Lewis.He was the third child of ten and attended school in several states. He was a truck driver for mart produce, hauled corn to the Burley plant, and even owned two trucks of his own.
Harold will be remembered for his love of children, ALL children.
He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers; three sisters; and one step-son.
There was one lodge on the lake, but they were the only campers and enjoyed the whole lake to themselves. His first job was a bicycle newspaper route which was almost 5 miles out of town.
He worked continually on weekends and during summers, hauling hay, thinning beets, and frying donuts at a.m. He met Barbara Siver, his wife of 48 years, in bookkeeping class.
Martin worked at Van Gas (later Suburban Propane) for 12 years as a serviceman, 20 years as a manager, and four years as a regional manager, retiring in 1993.