Gus Lewis

Gus Lewis

Thursday, November 29th, 1934 - Wednesday, April 8th, 2020
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Gus Lewis, 85, of Egg Harbor Township passed away on April 8th, 2020. Gus is the son of late Nick & Anna Lewis of Reading, PA. He is pre-deceased by his son, Christopher. He is survived by his loving wife of 66 years; Doris, his son; Glenn (Alisa), his grandchildren; Nick aka “Big Guy” (Stacey), Shelby aka “Froggy” (Cody), and great-grandchildren; Nick & Logan. During his time, Gus served proudly in the U.S. Navy from 1953-57 as an electronics radar technician. Gus retired as a systems analyst on air traffic control systems for the F.A.A. Technical Center in Egg Harbor Township. Gus met the love of his life; Doris, on Christmas night in 1951, and together they created a beautiful life. Gus and Doris enjoyed travelling to Florida and they were avid lovers of everything Disney. Gus also enjoyed sharing his love of flying with his son, Glenn. More than anything, Gus loved spending time with his family and watching his grandchildren and great-grandchildren grow and play. Gus was a gentleman, and a gentle man. Services will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family prefers donations to be made in Gus’ name to a local animal shelter.
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    Zion Cemetery
    652 Zion Road
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Jessica K.

Posted at 09:31pm
I've known Gus for just over two years through a local group for caregivers. A gentleman and gentle man, indeed. He was so devoted to Doris, we should all be so fortunate to have someone love us the way he loved her. His family meant everything to him. I'm so heartbroken to hear of his passing. He was a good friend to me and I will miss him very, very much.

Hank Scozzafava

Posted at 11:11am
I knew Gus for more than 50 years at work and socially. He was always the most pleasant and gentlest person. I especially appreciated his devotion and concern for his beloved Doris. I will miss his company always.

Al Mancini Posted at 11:35am

So sorry to hear this. Gus was a former co-worker at the FAA and neighbor in Village Grande. He was a good man. He was Very devoted in caring for his wife Doris during the last few years. We will remember Gus, as well as Doris and his family in our prayers. May he Rest In Peace.. Al Mancini

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