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Catherine M. Lewis
Catherine M Lewis, 72, of Yulee, FL, passed away on Sunday, July 11th, 2021 at Community Hospice in Fernandina Beach, FL. Born in Chatham County Georgia, she was the daughter of Luther H Moran, and Suzie & Austin Kitchens.
She came to know the Lord in 1964 and graduated high school in 1969. She moved to Fernandina Beach, FL shortly after and spent the next 35 years working in the medical field at various hospitals in the area.
She was survived by her husband, Robert Lewis; children, Thomas H. Williams, Adam & Kristen Lewis, Andrew & Chrystal Lewis; siblings, Sue & Henry Brauda whom she was very close with; grandchildren, Chelsea Bracewell, Sarah Williams, Andrea Lewis, Aimee Lewis, Noah Lewis, Kaelyn Lewis, Addison Lewis, Grayson Lewis, Khloe Lewis, Brooklyn Lewis, Anthony Lewis; great- grandchildren, Rylie Bracewell and Emory Bracewell. She is also survived by many other nieces and nephews.
The viewing will be held from 5-7 on Wednesday July 14th at Oxley-Heard Funeral Home. Funeral services will be in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Home on Thursday morning at 10:00 am followed by a closing prayer at the graveside in Bosque Bello Cemetery.
Cathy was loved by all and will be greatly missed. Her family thanks you for your prayers during this difficult time.
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Aunt Kathy, I will miss you greatly. As far back as I can remember you have always given the biggest hugs and share your love. God definitely made a special person when He placed you in the world. Your love of family and God are definitely an inspiration to others. We will see you again one day, but until then, look down on us with that wonderful smile.
Cathy will be missed. She was the first person who befriended me in 1988 when we met at work. We were very good friends from then on made many memories. I will miss you cathy
Susan Markiw, PT
Saddened to learn of Cathy's passig. Worked with her at Nassau General when I first came to town. Enjoyed teasing her and making her laugh. May sha rest in peace and may fond memories wrap her family in comfort.