Gloria Gail Lewis

Jun 4, 1943 – May 14, 2017

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Gloria died at home after a long 2 year battle with ovarian cancer.  She was 73.

She is survived by her husband, Robert Lewis, 4 children and 15 grandchildren.  She met her future husband, Robert, on a blind date in 1962, fell in love and were married in 1964. They enjoyed many cruises around different parts of the world together throughout their 53 year love affair. 

The funeral service will be May 22nd 11:00am at St. Bernadette Catholic Church in Burien.  

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to St Vincent de Paul Society.


Kate & Ehren Krause
auburn, wa
May 22, 2017

Gee Gee's smile and presence will be greatly missed by us all. I am lucky to have had an aunt like her who raised four great kids who are not just cousins, but also my friends.

She is loved by all those she left behind. Until we meet again, over the rainbow, greeted by hot tea and cookies at grandma's kitchen table. xoxo

Zorina Beleiciks
Duvall, WA
May 21, 2017

She lives in my fond memories of her taking me shopping for back to school clothes and teaching me that clam chowder is delicious. She was a good woman who will be missed.

Jessica Jones
Austin, TX
May 19, 2017

Gloria was my favorite Aunt. Ever since I could remember she wrapped me and my family in love during holidays and family occassions. She doted on me and my brothers during our visits and always made us feel special. She will be missed greatly. I am a better person because of her influence in my life. Love to my cousins and Uncle Bob.

Julie Davis
Vancouver, WA
May 18, 2017

Love to Bob, Cheryl, Brian, Karen, Jeff and all of Gloria's family.

As a young child whenever I sang "Angels we have heard on high" and reached the chorus of "Gloria, Gloria..." I was convinced it had something to do with my mom's best friend. She was well named. During each visit to our house Gloria brought with her great joy, laughter and warmth.

We are all better off for having known her.

Scott Clawson/Dan Laster
Seattle, WA
May 18, 2017

I never had the opportunity to meet Gloria in person but I feel as if I did know her through her daughter, Cheryl, during the phone calls over lunch when Cheryl would called her to settle a disagreement between us. ;-) But my fondest memory of Gloria will be when Cheryl enlisted her to verify that Flossing at one's work station is totally wrong! ;-)

My thoughts are with all the family.


Carl and Betty Chamberlin
Poulsbo, Wa
May 17, 2017

Sending prayers and love to Karen and Mike and their family, and all of Karen's family. We are so sorry for their lose. Gloria was a lovely women and loving mother and grandmother.

Mary Jo Beleiciks
Vancouver, , WA
May 17, 2017

Gloria was my best friend for 55 years. We meet at the bank.I remember when she showed me a picture of a handsome guy she was dating standing by a sports car. George and I went to their wedding We .shared good times and bad as we raised our children. We had lots of fun, I taught her to drive with our kids in the back of a station wagon. After we left Seattle to be with our children and grandchildren, we kept in touch by phone to share our lives with stories of our children and grandchildren. I will miss those calls.God blessed me with the best friend you could ask for. Sending prayers and love to all.

Jami Cupiccia
Gig Harbor , Wa
May 17, 2017

What a beautiful woman inside and out. A woman who was kind, funny, and always enjoyable to be around. She had a wonderful husband and family that along with all of her friends will miss her greatly. Mrs. Lewis, aka "mom" was a big part of my childhood. I have many fond memories. I will miss her dearly.

Shannon Rae Wilson
San Diego, Ca
May 16, 2017

My heart is so saddened for all of you. Gloria spirit was so cheerful and vivacious, which I believe lives on! Though I know it may not comfort anyone. I love you all.

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