George Earl Lewis Obituary

George Earl Lewis

Feb 25, 1957-Mar 23, 2019
Resided in Dallas, Texas
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George Earl Lewis, 62, passed away on Saturday March 23, 2019 in Dallas, Texas.  He was born on February 25, 1957 to his loving parents Archie and Ida Lewis in Clinton, Indiana.  He spent his childhood growing up in Rockport, Texas with his siblings Rena and Maryann.  He graduated from Rockport-Fulton High School and went into the aviation field at Signature Flight Support for 30+ years in Dallas, Texas.

His interests included his passion for aviation, love for classic rock; especially Led Zeppelin, and an enthusiasm for the National Geographic Magazine and Discovery Channel.

George was a beloved husband, cherished brother and treasured friend.  He had a quick wit and sense of humor that kept everyone in laughter, he never met a stranger.  He grew up a coastal boy who loved the beach, watching sunsets and moonlight over the bay.  George had an adventurous nature that led him to explore his coastal waterways.  He had many pleasant memories of playing frisbee on the beach with friends and enjoying numerous water activities.

Preceded in death by his parents Archie and Ida Lewis.

George is survived by his spouse of 28 years, Mona Lewis; sisters, Rena Hartman and Maryann (Cameron) Sellers and their children Lancer and Autumn; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and many dear lifelong friends.

There will be a memorial service to celebrate his life in his hometown of Rockport, Texas; to be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider making a donation to the International Myeloma Foundation in George's name at www.myeloma.org/donate this organization is especially important to our family.

Everyone whose life George touched will carry a piece of his undying spirit with them forever.


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