Mary Lou Lewis
December 17, 1950  -  May 20, 2018

Mary Lou Lewis

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Memorial Service
Second Baptist Church
9025 Carlow Lane
La Porte, TX  77571
Saturday, May 26, 2018
10:00 a.m.
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Mary Lou Lewis, age 67, of La Porte, Texas, entered Heaven's gates on Sunday, May 20, 2018 after a courageous battle with cancer. She was the beloved wife of Larry Lewis Sr. for 49 years.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, May 26, 2018 at Second Baptist Church located at 9025 Carlow Lane, La Porte, Texas 77571
Mary was born December 17, 1950 in Terre Haute, Indiana. She worked in the Nutrition Department at La Porte Jr. High School.
She is preceded in death by her father, Ervin Waller; mother, Dorothy Waller; daughter, Michelle Lynn Lewis-Hernandez; mother-in-law, Letha Lewis; brother-in-law, Donald Lewis; brothers: Carl Waller and Marshall Waller; and Aunt Violet Frey.
She is survived by her husband, Larry Lewis Sr.; daughters: Stephanie Lewis, Kristina Bradshaw and husband Gabriel; son: Larry Lewis Jr.; grandchildren: Meagan Hernandez and husband James Donlin, Anthony Hernandez, Larry (LJ) Lewis III, Brittany Bradshaw, Devin Lewis, Kayla Bradshaw and Marcus Lewis; sisters: Luella Smith, Dorothy (Jean) Gross, Melinda Smith; brother: Ervin (Pugh) Waller, and many family members in Terre Haute, Indiana and friends here in La Porte.
Mary was an incredible person and loved spending time with her family, church and friends. She will be remembered forever for her kindness, and the way she touched so many hearts. She will forever be in our hearts and is our new beautiful guardian angel.


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  1. Valeh Ghaemmaghami
    Deer park, TX

    Mary was a woman of God who gave herself so much in this life. I will never forget you and what a wonderful mother and grandmother you were. God bless you. Give Michelle love from me 💗💗 i miss you both so much.

  2. Annette Hodges
    Deer Park, TX

    My prayers and thoughts are with you and the family . Blessed are the that mourn: for they shall be comforted.
    Matthew 5:4
    Love you all !

  3. Jesse Gaytan
    Houston, TX

    I was deeply saddened by the news of Mary Lewis passing. My condolences to the Lewis family.

  4. Amanda Bradley
    Deer Park, TX

    My sweet Lewis family:
    I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Wife, Mom, Nana. I love you all so much and continue to pray for peace, comfort and understanding as you grieve. She is singing in the most beautiful choir imagineable with a huge smile on her face. Her love and memories will live on through you. Bless you all....hugs! ❤❤

  5. Jacquelyn Brown
    Houston, TX

    I met your Mom one time, she had beautiful spirit and smile. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Your work family is here for all of you.

  6. Kim Tucker
    Pearland, TX

    I had the pleasure of meeting and helping to care for Mrs.Lewis during the last months of her life. What a kind woman with a big heart for the family she loved. I will miss seeing her and I know everyone else will also. My best to you all as you celebrate her life this weekend.
    Kim Tucker,LVN,CDT

  7. Pamela waller (neice)
    Terre haute, IN

    Aunt Mary I've not seen you forever and now I won't see you again until god takes me but your up there with my dad and brother so please tell them I miss them so much and love them they left me here I know that you will watch all over us love you so much aunt Mary rest in peace

  8. Diana Leggins
    Houston, TX

    Larry Lewis and family, I'm deeply sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I pray that God give you each comfort and strength as you move forward.

  9. Kim Ryan
    La Porte, TX

    Growing up in Grand Park you were my second mom. I spent more time with you then at my own home. You taught me a lot when I was growing up and I am thankful for that. You will be greatly missed but I know you're watching over all of us. Love you Mom.

  10. Jammie hires
    Terre haute, IN

    I love u aunt Mary!!! Thanks for making my childhood awesome

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