Collins-McKee-Stone Funeral Home

109 Broad Street, Martinsville, VA


Ethel Mize Lewis

Mrs. Ethel Lewis of Martinsville died Saturday morning, July 20, 2019 in her home. Mrs. Lewis was born in Patrick County to Taylor Tony Mize and Mollie Ruth Lackey.

In addition to her parents, Mrs. Lewis was preceded in death by her husband, Norman Oakley Lewis; five sisters and one brother. Mrs. Lewis is survived by her sons, Edward Lewis (Peggy) of Alexandria, Va., and David Lewis (Joan) of Prescott, Arizona; grandchildren, Davie Lewis of Woodland, California, Nancy Lewis of Alexandria, Va., and Chrissy Lewis of Grand Canyon, Arizona; Great-granddaughter, Lilli Lepree of Grand Canyon and sister-in-law, Catherine Mize of Stuart, Va.

Mrs. Lewis was a member of Wesley Memorial Methodist Church for about 70 years. She also worked with Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. Ethel taught Sunday School for numerous years and served on the Administrative Board, Council of Ministries, Evangelism Committee, Delegate to District Council, Alter Guild, Olia Hiatt guild, and was a member of the Young at Heart Group.

The funeral service for Mrs. Lewis will be held at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, with Tim Gearhart officiating, at 11:00 Thursday, July 25th with visitation at 10:00. Internment will be at Roselawn following the service.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, 824 Starling Ave Martinsville Va. 24112 or Salvation Army, 603 Memorial Blvd Martinsville Va. 24112. .


  • Visitation Thursday, July 25, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, July 25, 2019
  • Interment Thursday, July 25, 2019


Ethel Mize Lewis

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Karen Orr

July 22, 2019

My son Lee was Ethel's neighbor,Lee moved in almost 16 yrs ago right across the street from Ethel & Oakley and they were his first and only neighbors to come and welcome him to the neighborhood. Lee as well as myself visited Ethel often. How we loved to hear talk bout the good ole days. Lee would shovel her driveway for her in the winter (no charge just been neighborly). She called Lee her only neighbor (lol) We would go to be a blessing and always left the blessed one. Her smile and love will forever be remember in our hearts . Lee loved her like a 3 grandma. RIP Ethel you sure left your mark in the world.We loved you <3 God bless the family.
Karen Orr