Lynette McBride Lewis – July 11, 2014

Lynette McBride Lewis , aged 71, passed away in Jacksonville, FL on July  11, 2014.  She was a resident of Saint Marys, GA with her husband of 50 years, James W Lewis, Sr.  A memorial service will be held at Agape Church on Thursday, the 17th of June at 11:00.

Lynette was born in Rowan County, NC and grew up on the coast of NC.  She met the love of her life and future husband while attending high school in Morehead City, NC.  After high school, she attended Chowan College in Murfreesboro, NC, Atlantic Christian College in Wilson, NC and later in life, Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, OK.

Lynette was preceded in death by her parents, Haywood W. McBride, Kathryne Peeler McBride and step-mother Nell McBride.  She is survived by her husband, James W. Lewis, Sr.; five children, James W. Lewis Jr. (Lauren), Eric Lewis, Crissy Lewis Mayer (Dan), Jeni Lewis (Scott) and Julie Lewis; thirteen grandchildren and two brothers, Jimmy Madures and Johnny McBride.

Sweet Lynette loved God, family, friends and just about everyone else she met.  She never met a stranger and treated everyone like family. She genuinely loved the people in her life. Lynette was kind, thoughtful and giving. She remembered every birthday, anniversary or special event for the people she loved so dearly.  Lynette was a bubbly person with a sparkle in her eyes.  She had a contagious laugh and a smile that could light up a room.  She was our sunshine on any given day.  Lynette loved flowers and walks on the beach.  She touched many people in her precious life and we are so grateful to have had her in our lives.  We will never forget Lynette, Mom, Granny, our Angel on earth and now in heaven.  We will love her forever.

Allison Memorial Chapel of St. Marys is in charge of arrangements.

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