Phillip "Bubba" E. Lewis
October 25, 1947 – May 14, 2018
Phillip E. “ Bubba” Lewis passed away on Monday May 14, 2018 in Conroe, TX. He was 70 years old. Bubba Lewis was born in Huntsville, TX October 25, 1947 to Claude and Bessie Lewis. He grew up in the east Texas towns of Coldspring, Cleveland, and Conroe. Bubba was a loving son, feisty brother, and special uncle. Bubba is survived by his brother James E. “Sonny” Lewis and wife Darlene, sister-in-law Irene Lewis; nephews Andy Lewis, James Odell Lewis, Rodney Corey Lewis; nieces Cassie Boone and husband Spencer Kelly Boone, Chrystal Debowski and husband John Debowski, Jr.; great nephews Brett Lewis, Colton Debowski, Jordan Lewis; great niece Jaytlin Lewis, as well as many other loving family members, and good friend Ivan Madeley. Bubba is preceded in death by his parents Claude and Bessie Lewis, brother Neal Lewis, and nephew Robert Lewis.
Services will be held Friday May 18, 2018 at 12:30pm in the chapel at Cashner Funeral home, graveside services will follow at Garden Park Cemetery. Tony Dominguez will officiate. Visitation will be held at Cashner Funeral Home Thursday May 17, 2018 from 5 to 7pm.
- James E "Sonny" Lewis and Wife Darlene, Brother
- Irene Lewis, Sister-in-law
- Andy Lewis, Nephew
- James Odell Lewis, Nephew
- Rodney Corey Lewis, Nephew
- Cassie Boone and Husband Spencer Kelly Boone, Niece
- Chrystal Debowski and husband John Debowski Jr., Niece
- Brett Lewis, Great Nephew
- Colton Debowsk, Great Nephew
- Jordan Lewis, Great Nephew
- Jaytlin Lewis, Great Niece
- Ivan Madeley, Friend
- Claude Lewis, Father
- Bessie Lewis, Mother
- Neal Lewis, Brother
- Robert Lewis, Nephew
- Mammi Lewis, Aunt
- Andy Lewis
- James Odell Lewis
- Rodney Corey Lewis
- Brett Lewis
- Colton Debowski
- Jordan Lewis
- Visitation Thursday, May 17, 2018
- Funeral Service Friday, May 18, 2018
- Interment Friday, May 18, 2018
Phillip "Bubba" E. Lewis
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May 31, 2018
I first visited Conroe, Texas in 1994. I was 18, had just finished school, and it was the
first time I ever visited the USA. Having grown up in East Germany, with the Iron Curtain still sharp in my memory, this was more than an adventure. I stayed with Sonny Lewis and his wonderful family for three months.
I met "Bubba" on my very first day in Texas and I remember thinking what a great sense of humor he had. I can still see him sitting in his easy chair, with a cigarette between his fingers. He asked me all kinds of questions about where I came from, dragging on his cigarette in between my answers, nodding here and there. I liked him instantly, and I can see him very clear in my memory this very moment as I am typing this. I am very sorry to hear of his passing.
Have a safe trip, Bubba!