Marjorie Lystra Lewis

January 17, 1945 - June 2, 2021
June 8, 2021 10 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Marjorie Lystra Lewis. Marjorie was a beloved  wife, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend.  

Marjorie leaves to mourn her loving husband Greg of twenty eight years, her mother Muriel Lewis, her  mother in law Leona Hughes, her sisters: Jean Lewis (Micheal Murray), Janette, Maureen, and Claudette. Her brother’s Anslem (Zenith), Aliene (Paula) and Joslyn. Her sisters-in-law Janet Seve (Larry), Karen  Williams (Trevor), niece Jenna and nephew Sean.  

Marjorie was also the proud aunty of multiple nieces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews  including Alisha, Carlene, Sintra, Kevin, Kelvin, Oster, Kerry Ann, Shireen, Alana and many more. Marjorie was pre-deceased by her father Emmanuel, father in law Stanley (Stan) Hughes, brothers Michael, Cecil, Merlin, Alister, and Vernon. Marjorie battled pancreatic cancer valiantly for 2 ½ years until God  called her home. 

Marjorie’s husband and family would like to make special mention and thank her oncologist Dr. Jennifer Spratlin, her palliative care physician Dr. Witharana, and all of the wonderful medical staff and personnel who were invaluable in her care. 

Marjorie touched many lives during her 76 years and will be remembered and mourned by all who knew and loved her.

  1. At this most difficult time, you have my deepest condolences.

    • Thank you Elikem! Our family appreciates your well wishes. It’s certainly a very difficult time for us but with prayer we are getting stronger each day.

  2. My condolences to you dear family and loved ones. Tough losing such a beautiful, loving, strong, sweet and God-fearing friend. We wished to have Marj here longer, but God wanted her sooner. Her fervent faith all the way to going to be with the Lord in heaven has encouraged me to keep loving Christ. May the Lord strengthen and comfort you all. It is well.

  3. My deepest condolences at your loss. Marjorie was a colleague truly part of my work family. May she rest in peace and welcomed home.

  4. I can’t express how much Marjorie meant to me. Throughout the years of working with Marj, she always brought so much love and laughter into our lives. She will truly be missed. My condolences to you and your family.

  5. May the precious memory of Marjorie bring you comfort and peace, she is gone from us but never from our hearts. Compassion, genuine laughter, loyalty, loving kindness, great sense of humor, love of nature, small children, music and authentic cooking skills. Her everlasting love for her husband, mom, mother-in-law, sisters, brothers and extended family and friends are invaluable gifts, Marjorie has left behind. She touched many lives in meaningful ways and taught us the value of love, faith, hope and sacrifice. Miss you Marjorie.

  6. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Marjorie meant so much to everyone who knew her. She was a special person who enriched the lives of everyone she knew. A beautiful and caring lady who was full of life and love to all. She will be forever in my heart and mind. Miss you precious friend.

  7. Thanks Everyone for your kind messages! Our family appreciates your well wishes very much. Marj was a rare treasure, a genuine gift, and will be missed beyond words. It’s truly a very difficult time for the family especially her husband Greg and Mother Muriel Lewis, who in April celebrated her 100th birthday. Continue to pray that God will continue to strengthen them as they heal and find peace from her passing.

  8. May the precious memories of my friend, buddy and Pal Marj, bring you COMFORT and PEACE. She is not REPLACEABLE or can be DUPLICATED. She is a TREASURE that is ONE OF A KIND.

  9. I was heartbroken and saddened to hear about Marj’s passing. My prayers of strength and comfort are with the family especially with her husband Greg, and her beloved mother.
    Marj was a work buddy who we (myself and other buddies) frequently took a train ride with. We were always excited to ran into each other on the train in the mornings and sometimes after work for our usual chit chats. She was a caring person with a huge heart. She had an amazing sense of fashion and style – Her clothes, shoes and scarves were always coordinated to match perfectly like a model.
    Rest in peace Marj. You’ll forever be in our hearts.

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