James Floyd Lewis

james lewis

September 24, 1934 ~ October 16, 2017

Resided in: Fremont, California

James Floyd Lewis, entered peacefully into rest October 16, 2017 in Fremont, CA. Born September 24, 1934, to Harold and Lavona Lewis in Colorado. He was a residence of Fremont, California for 62 years. James is survived by his beloved wife, Barbara Lewis. He was the loving father of Christine, Patricia and Robin. He is also survived by his brother Chuck and sister Laura. James was the devoted grandfather of Kaylin, Lauren, Jason, Ryan and Great Granddaughter Marley. He was proceeded in death by hid brother Bob. James retired from the Lockheed Missiles and Space Company as an Electronic Engineer. He enjoyed snow and water skiing, hiking and listening to his Ham Radio. He was also an avid do it yourselfer and a member of the C.E.R.T. Team, but most of all James lived for his family and all the joy they brought him.

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  1. We remember Jim as a treasured friend and a blessing to his family. Karen has many fond memories of times of family fun shared with Barbara and Jim when our children were growing up. Those delightful times with Barbara and Jim have continued over the years, even though they grew less frequent as geographical distance became a reality. Jim’s broad smile and warmth will remain in our fond memories of him. God bless him and the loving family he has left behind.

  2. How hard to hear of Jim’s passing! I will always remember how his smile could light up a room. Jim and Barbara were at so many of our family gatherings – many of them happy and a few sad – and I always knew that I could spend a few minutes with Jim walk away feeling uplifted. Add that to the crazy wine barrel hot tub they had when I was a kid and he was one of my favorite people! Hope Barbara and her family remember the wonderful man that Jim was.

  3. My heart goes out with deepest sympathy to the Lewis family. The grief in losing such a special loved one must be overwhelming. No one really knows the depth of your feelings like our Creator does. God promises that he will give you support at this time at 2 Corinthians 4:7 which says that God can give us, “… power beyond what is normal,” to go from one day to the next. This does not mean that you will no longer cry or that you will forget, but it means you will recover. You will recover because of the hope he had written down. Jesus Christ talked about this hope in John 5:28 “… all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out.” Jesus was referring to the resurrection, this is the amazing hope! The Bible likens hope to an anchor. Just like an anchor stabilizes a ship, hope will stabilize you, keep you from drowning in overwhelming sadness. 2 Corinthians 1:3 describes our Creator as “… the God of all comfort.” Another way that God will comfort you is by moving people who care about you to give you words of encouragement that you need to hear. When he brings the reality of his promised resurrection, he will replace your tears of pain with tears of joy.

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