Rueben M. Lewis
September 8, 1943 – November 10, 2020
Rueben (Rudy) M. Lewis was born to Rev. Rueben Lewis and Agatha James Lewis on September 8, 1943 at Burrell Memorial Hospital in Roanoke, VA.
Rudy grew up in Roanoke, VA and graduated from Lucy Addison High School Class of ‘63. After graduation he went to Kentucky to study Computer Science upon completion of his studies; then he moved to Washington, DC. Rudy worked for the District of Columbia Government for a period of time and he also ran for a council seat in the District of Columbia. He was an entrepreneur in various area always using his computer expertise.
He was a member of United House of Prayer for All People where he active in various organization at the church and his beloved Paradise Kitchen. He was very proud of serving at the Church and participating in the various activities until his declining health.
Those left to rejoice in his memory are his Sister Barbara L. Barron; son Damon Gatewood; two Nieces: Rae Miller and Nicole Hickok and a host of family and friends. Rueben was presided in death by his Father Rev. Lewis, mother Agatha Lewis.
Rueben M. Lewis
December 3, 2020
To the family of Rudy Lewis, my deepest condolences to you! I found out today 12/03/20 that Rudy had passed. Rudy was a dear friend, we were in school together from childhood and remained friends through adulthood. He was a frequent visitor to my home as a young man and we ran into each other again in DC. He had the sweetest personality and was so kindhearted. Rest in peace dear friend! Say hello to all of our friends that have gone to HEAVEN before you. AMEN!
November 22, 2020
Our deepest Heartfelt Sympathy to the family and friends of RUDY LEWIS, My only Sister Dorinda and RUDY were born the same year and attended school together, I remember RUDY growing up as being a kind and Gentle SPIRIT, May GOD continue to BLESS each and everyone of you with HIS Richest BLESSINGS and keep you safe from all HURT, HARM and DANGER and especially covid19.
Donald Lee Harris Sr. and Family along with the AGAPE Gentlemen from the Washington Metro Area