Leslie Ann Lewis

LeslieLeslie Ann Stephani Lewis, 57, of Craigsville, Virginia died Thursday, March 2, 2017 at her home.

She was born September 25, 1959 in Long Island, New York, the daughter of the late Wallace Robert Stephani and Alice Ellen Walsh Stephani.

Leslie was a lifelong homemaker.

She was a loving mother who enjoyed spending time with her family and long walks in the outdoors.

Leslie is survived by her husband, Kenneth Craig Lewis of 58 Cemetery Lane, Craigsville, Virginia 24430; 3 children: Amanda Potter of Craigsville, Maghan Wilhide and husband Keith of Strasburg, and Casey Lewis of Craigsville; 7 grandchildren; sisters; Margaret Stephani of Williamsburg, Allison Stephani of Midlothian, and Beth Stephani and husband Steven of Charlotte, North Carolina.

A private memorial service will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, March 12, 2017 at Craigsville Funeral Home with Pastor Terry Adkins officiating.

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6 Responses to Leslie Ann Lewis

  1. Beth Stephani says:

    My sister Leslie was a wonderful person. I miss her with every waking moment. I hope she is at peace now and out of pain. I love you Honey! Forever and ever and ever!

  2. Allison Stephani says:

    I love you Leslie! You’re my warrior and hero… rest now… until we meet again.

  3. Lauren Bianco says:

    My deepest sympathy on my cousin Leslie!! I will miss our chats!! You were my biggest fan in my wildlife photography!! I will miss you!!

  4. Pattie says:

    Thinking of you Leslie & your family on this very difficult sad day ❤. Leslie was by far one of the sweetest caring cousins I had. She called my brother Marty when he was told he had Lung Cancer!! I was so touched by her thoughtfulness but that was “Leslie” ❤
    Sending our Love, Pattie, Dave & Family. ❤

  5. Cynthia Nowak Brake says:

    In high school we all thought we would be driving cars in the air. We got the internet though! How I will miss our morning Hello’s, your likes and comments on Facebook. With golden wings and great spirit rest in peace my friend. I will miss you!

  6. Beth Stephani says:

    I would just like to add that my sister Leslie was not a life long homemaker. She worked since she was 15 years old. She worked hard for things she wanted or needed. At a young age She bought her own clothes, a car and other things she wanted. She provided for her children for all of their youth and continued to help her family as time went by. She was respected and praised by her employers for being a hard working person, who showed knowledge with her job. So my sister always worked from a young age until she got sick a few years ago and couldn’t work anymore. Being a homemaker is a great job, but my sister did that and so much more. ❤️ U Honey!

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