After 22 years of employment with the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, a large portion of which he spent as the project manager of the Community Development Department, Lew joined the FCP Health & Wellness AODA staff as a recovery coach in 2017. Prior experience of Lew’s also includes working for the Milwaukee Indian Council on Alcoholism in the 1970s.
In 1984, Lew was selected by the U.S. State Department to assist 32 African nations at coaches training camps in Africa preparing athletes for the 1984 Olympic games held in Los Angeles, CA. Later that same year, he signed a contract with the U.S. Sports Academy of Mobile, AL, to coach amateur boxing in the Nation of Brunei. In 2012, Lew was inducted into the Menominee Nation Athletic Hall of Fame. Lew and his wife of 34 years have teenage sons. He also has one grown son, who has blessed him with two grandchildren. Along with watching vintage boxing films, Lew also enjoys reading, playing chess, and fishing.
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