Lewis H. Blue, age 62 a lifelong resident of Moore County and faithful servant of The Lord passed away peacefully, into the presence of his Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, Monday, September 7, 2020 at his home, surrounded by loved ones, after fighting the good fight of faith, and laying hold on eternal life, during which he was called and professed a good profession before many witnesses. I Timothy 6:12.  During his fight, Lewis never wavered in his faith.  He trusted God completely, talked with Him daily, and accepted His Will in faith.

Lewis was born to the late Homer and Bobbie Blue. He was a graduate of Union Pines High School and Andersonville Theological Seminary. Lewis had a spiritual gift for teaching the Scripture. He loved teaching Sunday School at Cameron Baptist Church, where he and his family currently attend, as well as leading Bible Studies in the neighborhood with anyone who wanted to come, everyone was always welcome. He worked with Sanford Contractors for 37 years. He also pastored Hope Community Baptist Church for 13 years, afterwards serving as an Interim Pastor through the Sandhills Baptist Association.

Lewis married June Alford Blue in 1995 and they recently celebrated their 25th anniversary in July. Their family includes: daughters, Sabina Blue of Carthage; Kristy Bickel and husband Rick of Carthage, Jansen Wilson Rouse and husband Michael of Robbins, Crystal Robertson and husband Kenneth of Albemarle; sisters, Barbara Phillips of Virginia, Linda Boyne of Florida, Theresa Johansson of Cary; a brother, David Blue of West End; and grandchildren JaLeigh Wilson-Blue, Addy Bickel, David Wilson, and CieAna Wilson.

A graveside service will be held at the Blue Family Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions may be made to Love A Child, a Christian organization very important to Lewis.  Love A Child serves The Lord in Haiti. Love a Child, P.O. Box 60063, Ft. Meyers, FL 33906.

Services are being entrusted to Fry & Prickett Funeral Home.

Online condolences may be made at PinesFunerals.com

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  1. My heart goes out to you. I though a lot of you and Lewis. missed you both at Red Branch Church. I will pray God will be by your side and let you know He is with you. love Edna

  2. Deepest and most heart felt condolences go out to the family of this man. I only knew him in name but after getting to know him through his wife, I know he will be missed. Love and prayers for all saddened by his passing.

  3. So sorry for your loss June. Our days are so short and taken for granted by many. If I can help do not hesitate to call. Best regards…James Stovall

  4. Sending my condolences to June, Sabina and the entire family. Lewis was a gentle giant of a man. Giving thanks for his important life! 🙏🎶

  5. Condolences to June, Sabina and the entire family. Lewis was a gentle giant of a man. Giving thanks for his important life!🙏✝️🎶

  6. Lewis was a great man of faith. He served as our interim pastor at Calvary and was such a delight to work with. Prayers for his family and Rest In Peace to Lewis. Thank you to him for being such a humble man of God.

  7. So sorry to hear about Lewis. I knew his family years ago when I was growing up. I know he loved the Lord and I’m glad I’ll see him again when Jesus comes back. May God bless his family in his loving care.

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