Fay G. Lewis
March 30, 1947 – October 7, 2021
Fay Glenn Lewis, 74, of Midlothian, Virginia went to be with her Lord and Savior on October 7, 2021. She was preceded in death by her parents Ira and Ruby Glenn.
She is survived by her son Christopher (Michelle); and two grandsons, Cody and Caleb Lewis; brother, John Glenn (Donna); niece Erin Glenn; nephew J.P Glenn; brother Gary Glenn (Diane); nephew Kevin Glenn and niece Mary Terry and a host of great-nieces and nephews.
Fay was employed by Defense General Supply Center for thirty years. Upon her retirement, she spent time volunteering for CancerLinc, Johnston Willis Hospital, and Huguenot Road Baptist Church to name a few. Fay enjoyed traveling and spending time in Nags Head. Her most prized possessions were her two grandsons that fulfilled her time with sporting events, museums, park trips, and tons of laughter. She was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She was fulfilled by helping others
A celebration of life will be held at 11 am Thursday, October 14, 2021, at Huguenot Road Baptist Church, 10525 West Huguenot Road. Fellowship will follow with the family.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to www.cancerlinc.org in her name.
I have known Fay for many years. She was a good friend and a co-worker. She will be miss by msny.
I have known Fay for many years. She was a good friend and a co-worker. She will be miss by many.
I worked with Fay for many years. Prayers and condolences to her family.
Fay was such a special person. Always happy and laughing. Willing to help anyone. I was so pleased when she greeted me at Johnston-Willis Hospital. Made the trip easier with her friendly smile. Loved working with her. Sympathy and love to her family.
Fay was such a sweet person and a pleasure to work with. Prayers for the family.
I would go by just to hear her laugh. A very nice LADY
Chris and family, It was my great blessing to be your mom’s pastor at HRBC. She loved her church! And she loved on my family. I will be forever grateful. Our prayers are with and for you all in these days and weeks to come. Peace, Pastor Bob Lee