Patricia Carol Lewis
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Southwest Harbor - Patricia Carol Gray Lewis, 76, died May 3, 2019 at her home. She was born July 4, 1942 in Bar Harbor the daughter of Norris and Dorothy (Watson) Gray.

Pat graduated from Pemetic High School in 1960. On November 29, 1963 she married Cary N.Lewis. Pat went to work for Bar Harbor Bank and Trust Company where she stayed for 15 years and left to become a full time Mom to their son David in 1969. She enjoyed caring for him and when he went into high school she decided to go back to school pursue to a career as an LPN. After graduating from Hancock County Technical Center formally known as Boggy Brook School, Pat went to work at Mt. Desert Island Hospital in Bar Harbor and later at the Eden Surgical Practice. After over 18 years of service she retired. She was a member of the Southwest Harbor Congregational Church. In more recent years she volunteered at the Mirus Academy in Ellsworth. Pat enjoyed the children and they enjoyed her as well visiting and singing songs to her at her home.

Pat is survived by her son David Lewis and partner Victoria Hamblen of Southwest Harbor: grandson, Parker of Sterling, VA: brother, Gary Gray and wife Judy of Orland; special friends and caretakers, Tammy Moore and Denise Perkins; and four nieces. She was predeceased by her husband of 53 years, Carey Lewis.

A memorial services will be held 5pm, Friday, May 10, 2019 at Southwest Harbor Congregation Church, 29 High Road, Southwest Harbor with Pastor Blake Brown officiating. Those who desire may make contributions in Pat's memory to the Mirus Academy,PO Box 1146, Southwest Harbor, ME. 04679.
Arrangements in care of Jordan-Fernald, 1139 Main St., Mt. Desert. Condolences may be expressed at
Published on May 6, 2019


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