PAUL LOWELL DEW
Funeral services were Dec. 29 in Pierce Bros. Griffin Chapel in Thousand Oaks for Paul Lowell Dew, 79, of Thousand Oaks, a former Calipatria resident who died Dec. 24 in Thousand Oaks.
The Rev. Tony Cervero of First Assembly of God of Ventura officiated.
Burial was in Ivy Lawn Memorial Park in Ventura.
Mr. Dew was born in Steve, Ark., and later lived in Calipatria, where he owned and operated Quality Dairy and was a member of several bands in the Imperial Valley until 1963 when he moved to Thousand Oaks.
Mr. Dew lived in Ventura County for 38 years and worked as a Farmers Insurance agent for 40 years.
He enjoyed farming and working on his olive ranch in Visalia and playing his guitar, according to family.
Survivors include his wife, Judy Dew of Thousand Oaks; daughter, Joanne Dew of Thousand Oaks; sons and daughters-in-law, Larry and Cindy Dew of Bakersfield and Randy and Donna Dew of Thousand Oaks; sisters, Voneta Wilhitte of Victorville and Ann Lewis and Athalene Simmons, both of Ventura; and many nieces and nephews.