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Joseph Spencer

A lady I will not forget. She helped my wife and I and later just me when we needed it most. I met ‘Mimo’ on trip and “drug her around London” through the cold light rain, across the ‘wobbly bridge’ and to other sites. She was a trooper. I hope to be doing as well when I reach that age. She never met a stranger or anyone that was not drawn to her warm smile. Even when we disagreed (about her care) she was pleasantly firm (sort of like a large granite stone). I miss her already.

Mildred Bryson Lewis

2021-07-05

Mildred Bryson Lewis (Mildred Janette Bryson), age 99 of Fernandina Beach, Florida passed away peacefully with hospice on July 5, 2021, in her home.
Mildred was born on July 4, 1922, in Franklin, NC to the late Thomas Newton Bryson and Ethel Leona (Evans) Bryson.
Mildred retired from Bellsouth/AT&T where she worked as a PBX operator (oh the stories she could tell), Customer Service Rep, and Trainer.
She had three sons: Gordon Bryson Lewis, Andrew Clark Lewis, and Steven Laurence Lewis.
Mildred loved to travel. She attended Adventures in Learning and was able to take numerous group trips to Europe. She enjoyed reading, learning history, and doing crossword puzzles. She was always up for a new adventure such as belly dancing, Tai Chi, water aerobics, driving cross country with her close friend (Thelma and Louise), and going to San Francisco with her eldest son, Bryson.
Mildred leaves behind her sister, Betty Loraine (Bryson) Gregory, Sons, Andrew Clark Lewis and Steven Laurence Lewis, Daughter in Law, Marie Elena (Morris) Lewis, Grandchildren, Andrew Clark Lewis Jr., Jennifer Kimtong (Lewis) Christner, David Brandon Lewis, Briana Janette (Lewis) Mayhall, Justin Scott Thornton, Jarret Andrew Thornton, Great grand Children, Dakota Jacob Lewis, and Mason Fox Lewis, and Daughter-in-Love Carol Redding as well as many close friends.
She was preceded in death by her sisters, Madge Annie (Bryson) Mobley and Ethyleen Evans (Bryson) Hobbs, her child, Gordon Bryson Lewis, and her partner in crime Shirley Henson.
Mildred will be cremated and interred at her father’s gravesite at a future date.
Donations may be made in her memory to the Alzheimer’s Association or Habitat for Humanity.

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