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Beach Memorial Chapel

301 Corey Ave, ST Pete Beach, FL

OBITUARY

Roger Philip Lewis

March 7, 1940June 2, 2019
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Roger Philip Lewis, age 79, of St Pete Beach, Florida passed away on Sunday June 2, 2019. Roger was born March 7, 1940 in Bournemouth England and relocated to Florida in 1990. Mr. Lewis was a diverse business entrepreneur. He was an avid golfer and a former professional rugby player in England. He and his wife traveled the world playing golf at various courses. Survivors include his wife Hanne, sons; Oscar and Torsten, daughters; Katie, Kirsten, Candice, Naomi and Zoe. Also survived by grandchildren; Jacob, Emily, Kylie, Oliver, Toby, Sebastian, Charlotte, Ben, Sadie, and Ryker. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.beachmemorialchapel.com for the Lewis family. If you would like to make a donation in honor of Roger please visit: https://foundation.flcancer.com/

  • FAMILY

  • Hanne Lewis, Wife
  • Children: Oscar, Torsten, Katie, Kirsten, Candice, Naomi, Zoe.

    Grandchildren: Jacob, Emily, Kylie, Oliver, Toby, Sebastian, Charlotte, Ben, Sadie, Ryker

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Martha and Dennis Solon

June 9, 2019

Hanne, we are so sorry for your loss. Roger was such a wonderful man and we know you will miss him so very much. We will fondly remember our lunch with you in Sarasota just before he started treatment. Please give our sympathy to the children. You are all in our prayers.

Bob and Mary Brown

June 7, 2019

Roger was a true Renaissance Man, and we loved being with him and Hanne. I never never forgotten his answer, when I asked him his favourite place in the world......as he had travelled to so many....”any place where Hanne is”. How lucky you two were to have found each other, and share so many wonderful memories together. Hanne these memories will sustain you and your family , to be shared and remembered with love. We are truly very sorry for your loss, and send our deepest condolences.xx

Bryan Akers

June 7, 2019

Roger and John Jacobs discussing golf ! What a fabulous evening that was !

Laura Duligall

June 7, 2019

I first met Roger at the age of 13 after I became best friends with Candice. They lived in Brentwood. Roger and Hanne always made me feel welcome. I remember Roger taking us out in his Porsche and I was “squashed” in the back seat which Candice thought was very funny ! He came into all of their lives and changed it forever...he will be sorely missed by Hanne and all the family.

Silent thoughts
Tears unseen
Wishing your absence
Was only a dream
Thoughts drift back to bygone days
Life moves on but memory stays...

Cherish all the happy times Candice.

Love and best wishes to you all

Laura
XXX

Pauline Allan

June 7, 2019

I first met Roger more than 30 years ago, I remember so clearly when Kirsten told me that hat her mum had a new boyfriend! I remember as young teenagers when Kirsten Claire and I first met him and it was clear from the beginning what a nice man he was and of course how much he and Hanne adored each other. What a great journey the whole family have been on since then so many wonderful memories have been made. Roger has been very kind, welcoming and generous to me over the years during the many times I have been a guest in Hanne and Rogers houses both in the UK and America. I will remember Roger fondly as a snappy dresser, a smiler,a true gentleman and an amazing father to my dearest fiend Kirsten.
Sincere sympathies to Hanne, Kirsten and the rest of the family I know how dearly he will be missed
Lots of love to you all
Pauline x

Tim and Linda Walker

June 6, 2019

When we think of Roger, the one word that seems to best describe him is panache. He wore his colorful wardrobe with an ever present smile that set every scene with an attitude that said, "I'm so happy to be with you!" Of course, the biggest smile was for Hanne and it was obvious to all how much they adored each other. Our heartfelt condolences to Hanne and their entire family. There was only one Roger and we will truly miss his vibrant spirit.

Nigel and Donna Hilliard

June 6, 2019

Dear Hanne and family
We think of Roger as a kind caring soul.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Our sincere sympathy to all.
Nigel and Donna

Richard Crowe

June 6, 2019

I was so sorry to hear that Roger died this week. He was my first A Team Captain at Quins and gave great inspiration and encouragement to the younger players cutting their teeth with the Club. I last saw him at the Stoop in our Centenary season and was delighted to catch up with him after so many years.
Sad news tempered by great memories.
With condolences to the family.

Paul & Jean Thompson

June 5, 2019

Dear Hanne and family
We were so sad to hear of Roger’s passing but he leaves behind a wonderful family whom he loved. Such a nice man and our pleasure to have known him.
Thinking of you and sending hugs and prayers. Jean & Paul Thompson.

Rafael and Carrie Salinas

June 5, 2019

Our deepest sympathies to you Hanna and your family. He was a very nice man and had the warmest smile. A big hug to you from the Salinas'.

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Biography

Roger Philip Lewis, age 79, of St Pete Beach, Florida passed away on Sunday June 2, 2019. Roger was born March 7, 1940 in Bournemouth England and relocated to Florida in 1990. Mr. Lewis was a diverse business entrepreneur. He was an avid golfer and a former professional rugby player in England. He and his wife traveled the world playing golf at various courses. Survivors include his wife Hanne, sons; Oscar and Torsten, daughters; Katie, Kirsten, Candice, Naomi and Zoe. Also survived by grandchildren; Jacob, Emily, Kylie, Oliver, Toby, Sebastian, Charlotte, Ben, Sadie, and Ryker. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.beachmemorialchapel.com for the Lewis family.