Mary F. Lewis

Services for Mary F. Lewis, 90, of College Station are set for 10 a.m. Tuesday at Callaway-Jones Chapel in Bryan.

Burial will be at Houston National Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 8 a.m. to the time of services Tuesday at the funeral home.

Mrs. Lewis died Monday at Sherwood. She was a retired secretary.

Survivors include her husband, Raymond F. Lewis of College Station; a son and daughter-in-law, Raymond P. and Linda Lewis of Franklinville, N.J.; a daughter and son-in-law, Marilynn and Ray Grossman of Bryan; a sister, Esther Jenkins of Logan, Utah; and three grandchildren.


  1. With Deep Love for Mary Lewis as I alway call Her. Not too along ago Mary came across my heart with sweet joy. We first meet her at St.Paul;s 1n 1979 of July. I’ll never forget when she ask me to work along side her and we became good friends. From VBS and many Art projects, and Missionary circle and working with AWANA are group was the Compass . Most all her joy are in adopation a new son. My joy is sad and rejoicing in knowing Mary Lewis and the years of sharing ‘exspeically her tomatoe jam she made and ask me ‘Joyice here try this tell me what you think. Looking at her and thinking ? What now. So I did and its was very good. That when she told me. what it was? I till remember how she told to made it. Only I never try it yet. Maybe now send my son is 23 years old with a sense of humor. May God’s comforting light and His strength and knowing Joy in Loving Peace with Jesus. And the Beautiful gift left for Home. Remembering Mary Lewis and Ray with are Deep Sympathy
    Joyice ,Raymond are Son PJ Brown

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