Pinehurst
Kenneth E. Lewis, age 55 passed away on Monday at his residence in High Point.
A funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM on Friday at Culdee Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Joseph Washburn officiating. Burial will follow with Masonic Rites in the church cemetery.
A native of Moore County, he was the son of the late Edgar Marvin Lewis and Dorothy Jean Harris Lewis. He was a graduate of Pinecrest High School, Sandhills Community College, UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University where he received his Physicians Assistant degree. He worked for Duke University Medical Center, Baptist Hospital, FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital and Moses Cone Hospital.
He was very active with the Masons and was a member of the Elberta Lodge #654 A.F & A.M. Masonic Lodge in West End where he served as past Master and was currently serving as Secretary. He was also currently serving as the District Deputy Grand Master of the 30th Masonic District and was a past Master of the Winston-Salem lodge and member of the Scottish Rite. He loved music, playing guitars, traveling with friends and being Godfather to his great nephew, Aiden.
Survivors include his brother, Thomas M. Lewis & wife, Susanne of Charlotte; nieces, Abby Cevallos & husband, Alex of Charlotte, Mary Lewis of Chapel Hill; great niece, Ami, and great nephews Andre' and Aiden; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins from the Harris and Lewis families.
The family will receive friends on Thursday from 6:00-8:00 PM at Fry and Prickett Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Masonic Home for Children, 600 College Street, Oxford, NC 27565-2758.
Online condolences may be made at www.PinesFunerals.com

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  1. Kenny was such a brillant guy. He was so helpful explaining my mothers heart condition to me before i lost her. He really knew his work well and will be missed by all. love, Johnny and Kathy

  2. How do you pick one memory out of a childhood full. Whenever I think of the Lewis family, my heart just glows with warmth. You will be missed Kenny! Love and hugs to Susie and Tim!!

  3. Lewis Familiy,
    The bretheren of Laurinburg Lodge #305 offer our condolences’ to you. Kenny was great friend and resource to a lot of people, but especially to his brother Masons. He was very knowledgeable and always had a friendly smile. He will be

  4. I met Ken less than 2 years ago at work. He taught me a lot, but made me laugh even more. He was a warm, sweet, and fun person, and I am honored to have had the chance to call him my friend. I miss him so much…
    Heather Burggraf

  5. The story that Kenny told that still makes us laugh, was about having car trouble. (no water in the battery cells) The mechanic asked if the battery was "maintenance free" and he replied "…it was to me!" Ha!A sad loss of a brilliant

  6. I will miss my cousin Kenny. So thankful I got to talk with him on a daily basis while he worked at Moses Cone. Kenny was top notch.

  7. I thank God for the privilege of meeting and interacting with WB Kenneth Lewis. As a good masonic brother he was hospitable and easy to approach. May his Soul rest in Perfect Peace. Our fraternity will miss you Kenneth! By : Joseph Adegboyega, PM

  8. We remember Kenny very fondly. He was always a character and always smiling. Our sincere condolences to his family.
    Gail & Dave VandenBout

  9. Ken will definitely be missed. I will never forget his constant smiling face and the way he always made everyone around him happy. He was a joy to work with and someone I will never forget.

  10. Ken and I were friends for several years.We enjoyed a friendship that was full of laughter and jokes. He often visited our office and kept us on our toes. I will miss him..

  11. Ken was always smiling. A man who showed genuine concern for those around him. He and I participated in Scottish Rite together. He will be greatly missed by all. Ken was a good man, a good Mason.

  12. From Tm’s co-workers at Novant Health – Please accept our condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Lewis family.

  13. From high School until now, Kenny was always a friend to me. One of the nicest people I’ve been blessed to have known. You will be missed Kenny!

  14. What a good fellow. As former classmates we shared the bond created by the intensity of the Duke PA program. Ken seemed to always maintain a positive attitude and sported a ready smile. My thoughts are of Ken and my heart is with his family. Kerstin Nygar

  15. I worked with Ken at FirstHealth. He was such a kind, caring gentleman. He will be greatly missed. May the Lord comfort you during this sad time.
    Margie Morgan

  16. To the family of Ken,
    I would like to extend my deep sympathy at the loss of a great colleague in Ken Lewis. I am a nurse in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit at Cone Hospital and worked with him frequently. He was great at what he did, always cheerful

  17. kenny was a and still is a friend and man to look up to.my prayers go out to him and his family. jonathan a. hines past master carthage masonic lodge # 181

  18. I first met Ken when he was working at Baptist Hospital and I was in anesthesia school there. He found out I was from the Pinehurst area and sought me out to say hi. He was always nice and had a smile or a funny anecdote about some of his OR experiences,

  19. As one of his Physician Assistant colleagues at Moses Cone, I wanted to let you know that Ken was appreciated for his cheerful personality as well as the quality of his work. He never met a stranger and was one of those people everybody know. We will all

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