Tim’s father, Thomas H. Lewis, Sr., was one of the founders of Elliott-Lewis Corporation in 1905. Tim joined the company in 1948 after graduating from Dartmouth College and a stint in the U.S. Navy as a flight engineer. He took over leadership of the company in 1967, the year his father died. He served as President and CEO of Elliott-Lewis Corporation until his retirement at age 78. During that time, he also served as President of the Electrical Association of Philadelphia and was Chairman of the Academy of Applied Electrical Science, a program which was set up in Philadelphia schools giving hands on technical teaching of electrical construction, qualifying students for jobs in electrical construction upon graduation. He was given the Thomas A. Edison Distinguished Citizen Award and served two terms as National President of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America. After his retirement, he never stopped asking and caring about the company and its accomplishments and most importantly about all of the employees. He will always be remembered as a kind and caring man, truly a gentleman, who will be missed by all who had the privilege to meet him over the years.