WILMA Jean & her twin brother, Bill "Jr" Brandt were born August 30, 1931 in Lakeview, Utah to William Eugene "John" and Hansena Malvina "Sena" Lunceford Brandt.

On January 8, 1951, Jean married her high school sweetheart, Rollo Lee Lewellen. An example of Jean's selfless service, in 1964, while living in Alaska, she and her family experienced the Alaskan Earthquake. While many lost their homes & loved ones, Jean opened her home up to families. Jean moved to her true "paradise"- Hawaii in 1977. Jean loved music, was an entrepreneur, REALTOR & donated to the Susan G Komen Foundation. Jean was a supporting, caring & loving wife, mother, grandmother (tutu), great-grandmother, auntie & friend who was loved & admired by many. Jean was loved & cared for by all who knew her, as she was filled with loving acceptance & kindness.

She joyfully passed on her love of ice cream & Coca Cola. She taught her children & grandchildren, "always eat dessert 1st". She loved dogs & took great joy playing with & loving all the dogs in her life, but her heart belonged to Wally. He always brought a smile to her face, as she did his. Jean battled heart disease for 3 decades, but always had a kind word & a smile on her face. She will forever be remembered for the greatest gifts she left to others, embrace your family & life to the fullest. Jean is a true warrior; she is dearly missed & loved by many.

Wilma Jean Lewellen, sadly passed on Tuesday, February 8, 2022.

Survived by her Children: Terry Lewellen (Josh), Kris Lewellen (Anna), Cindy Lewellen-Tagavilla (Tony), Jill Lewellen-Aiona (David). Grandchildren & Great Grandchildren. A private ceremony will be held at Nanakuli Beach Park on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at 9:00am friends are welcome.

Arrangements Provided By:
Nuuanu Memorial Park & Mortuary LLC

Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased