Earl L. Lewis

Earl L. Lewis

Nov 4th, 1973 - May 28th, 2018
  • Birth Date: Nov 4, 1973
  • Death Date: May 28, 2018
  • Funeral Date: Jun 5, 2018
  • Location: The Christ Center at Transfiguration
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Biography: Earl Lavell Lewis, Sr. was born on November 4, 1973, to the late Benjamin Earl Webb and Earlese Bellamy-Lewis. Earl obtained his education through the New York City public school system, and graduated from Brandeis High School. Shortly after completing his studies, he welcomed two children into his world, Montana and Earl Lewis Jr. Earl was a hardworking man, and started his career in the Department of Education. After six years of service, he began a new opportunity with Con Edison, where he worked as a Distribution Mechanic A. Constantly learning and willing to teach others, it wasn’t long before Earl acquired the love and admiration of those at his job.

In the summer of 2015, Earl married Debra Waddell, and gained two stepchildren; Leila and Xavier Rush. Earl was a devoted husband, father and friend. His selfless nature and sense of humor was what drew many people to him, and his loyalty displayed the love and respect that he had for others. Even in his worst moments, he served as an inspiration to those around him, always providing honesty and clarity in the face of uncertainty.

Earl was unforgettable, and will truly be missed. Earl is predeceased by his mother, father, aunt Sandra Bellamy, brother James Webb, and sister Priscilla Lewis. He is survived by his wife, Debra Lewis; children, Montana and Earl Lewis Jr.; stepchildren, Leila and Xavier Rush; grandmother, Virginia Horton; mother-in-law, Annette Waddell; stepmother, Madeline Baker-Webb; aunts, Helen Frost and Antoinette Glover; uncles, Robert Frost, Andre Horton, and Clarence Webb; sister Canteena Jefferson; brother, Walter McDaniel; sisters-in-law Tarnisha McDaniel and Robin Waddell, brother-in-law Gregory Waddell; god sister, Christiana Davis, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

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Kay H
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Jun 6th, 2018 7:52 am
I would like to extend my condolences to your family Iknow your memory and love will last forever.And Iknow you still miss your loved one .May the comforting words found at Revelation 21:4 Comfort you in knowing soon God’s Kingdom will wipe away our tears and we will see our loved ones again (Acts 24:15 John 5:28,29) This Kingdom that Jesus spoke about at Matthew 6:10 is a real Kingdom that will provide beautiful blessings that will benefit us all ! And the cool thing is this Kingdom will never be replaced (Daniel 2:44) no more sickness (Isaiah 33:24 “No resident will say I am sick “)And the most common enemy we all face which is death will be brought to nothing and that scripture is brought out at (1 Corinthians 15:26 where it says and death the last enemy will be brought to nothing) All of these scriptural promises will be in the near future because God can not lie (Titus 1:2)

You will be able to see your loved one again hear them laugh smile have those special moments again and they will never be taken away from you again.May the scriptures above provide comfort for the days ahead. To learn more about God’s Kingdom and the future blessings please visit JW.org

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