Lewis, Fredrick Scott

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Mr. Fredrick Scott Lewis, of Radford, was called to his heavenly home on Saturday, July 20, 2013, surrounded by his loving family. “Scott”, as he was called by his family and friends, was born January 22, 1926 to the late Fredrick S. Lewis and Mary Mae Clay Lewis.

Scott served in the United States Navy from 1944 until 1946; he made his home in Detroit, Michigan and retired from Ford Motor Company after 33.5 years of employment.

He was preceded in death by three brothers, Harry Lewis, W.J. Lewis and Dubois Lewis and one sister, Mary McAfee. Scott joined Zion Hill Baptist Church at an early age under the leadership of the late Rev. Travis. Upon his return to Radford he attended New Mount Olive United Methodist Church. The family takes this time to acknowledge and “Thank” Scott’s pastor and friend, Rev. Carl Marshall, for all his visits in and out of the care facilities.

Those left to cherish his sweet memories are his beloved wife, Ruth Lewis; stepdaughter, Kim Brown; special granddaughter, Kayla Brown; sister, Mrs. Barbara Pollard, of Connecticut; mother-in-law, Elaine Brown; special aunt, Katherine Lewis of Pulaski; three brothers-in-law, Steve (Lorraine) Brown, Stephanie Brown and Allen Brown; two sisters-in-law, Ms. Natalie Brown, of Dublin and Lynn (Joe) Brown, of Radford; special nieces, Donna Nichol and Carolyn McNeil and special cousin, Jerry Clark. He also leaves to honor his memory five nieces and four nephews, loving care givers Lula Lewis, Melissa Webb and his church family.

Homegoing services will be Tuesday, July 30, 2013 at 1 p.m. at New Mt. Olive United Methodist Church, Radford. Interment will be at Southwest Virginia Veterans Cemetery, Dublin.

Arrangements entrusted to Penn’s Funeral Home, Pulaski, Virginia. Condolences can be sent to pennsfuneralhome@gmail.com or posted to whopassedon.com