Geraldine Lewis

Geraldine Lewis

Friday, February 26th, 1926 - Tuesday, July 14th, 2020
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Geraldine “Gerry” Lewis, of Deerfield Beach, Fl., passed away at 1:45 am on July 14, 2020 at Holy Cross Hospice in Fort Lauderdale. She was 94 years old.
Gerry was born on May 26, 1926 in Wood County WVa to Alice and James A. Snider.
She married Virgil J Lewis on May 26,1946 and raised six children together. She worked at the Fenton Art Glass gift shop from 1964-1985 in Williamstown, WVa before relocating to Kissimmee, Fl to manage the Fenton Outlet Shop. She worked managing various gift shops in the area until her retirement at age 78.
Gerry was a member of the Presbyterian Church, where she had been a deacon, sang in the choir, greeted guests, and volunteered at the church thrift shop. One of her fondest memories was making the journey to Israel twice with Virgil and her church family.
Gerry was active at her Senior Living Center, often running the bingo games, exercise classes and crafts, when requested. She had many friends who enjoyed her sharp wit and gift of storytelling.
She is survived by two sons, Daniel and Ronald Lewis; three daughters, Terry Brown, Lesa Wilson and Cathy (Kent) Seevers; 14 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, Gerry was preceded in death by her husband, Virgil, her daughter, Sharon, and her four brothers, Johnny, Harry, James and Robert.
A Celebration of Life/Memorial Service will be scheduled at a future date.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Holy Cross Hospice, Ft Lauderdale, Florida.
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Posted at 11:21am
Our sincere sympathy to family at this sad news. Gerry was a beautiful lady with an inspiring and uplifting spirit to all. Rest In Peace, Gerry. Love, Peter and M.L. Crawford

Stacy Wilson

Posted at 07:31pm
I love you grandma Gerry , I’ll always remember your a great storyteller, full of laughs and beautiful smiles, you was always so strong, and inspiring. I will miss you !!

Jeff Wood

Posted at 10:28am
I loved Gerry. She had a great smile. We ate at Wendy's after church a few times. She got through some tough medical stuff. Tenacious.

Jeff Wood

Posted at 10:27am
Gerry was a delight! I loved her smile. She was a Wendy's lunch partner after church. She really survived some tough stuff.


Posted at 12:05pm
I remember when I was very little you walking into the house after working a shift at Fenton and although you were tired from working that day, your face brightened up and you came over to ooh and aah and over your little grandchild.
Unfortunately over the years people moved apart and life marched on.
But I will always treasure my memories of you that I have.
Rest in Peace.

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