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David C. Lewis, 74

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — David Carl Lewis, 74, of 42 Apache Drive died Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014 a Baystate Medical Center in Springfield. Born in North Adams on Sept. 3, 1939, a son of Baden and Violet Larabee Lewis, he graduated from Drury High School. Mr. Lewis was a self-employed caterer and for many years, the director of food service and manager of the former North Adams Country Club and of the North Adams American Legion. He was a member of the pitch and cribbage leagues at the Legion. He enjoyed fishing and playing golf, card games and the horses. He loved spending time with his grandchildren and traveling to Lake George. His wife, the former Leona O'Reilly, died Oct. 27, 2011. He leaves a daughter, Deborah Kendall and her husband, Carl, of Pittsfield; a son, David Michael Lewis and is fiancée, Kimberly White, of Middleborough; three sisters, Dianne Hein of Clarksburg, and Patricia McConnell and Cynthia Emery, both of North Adams; three brothers, William Lewis of Williamstown and Thomas Lewis and Foster Lewis, both of North Adams; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; stepchildren Sandra Richardson and her husband, Kyle, of Adams, Christopher Deluca of Naples, Fla., and Thomas Chandler and his wife, Diane, of Jacksonville, Fla. FUNERAL NOTICE — Funeral services to celebrate Mr. Lewis' life will take place Thursday, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m. at Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals, West Chapels, 521 West Main St., North Adams. Calling hours will be Thursday from 4 to 7 at the funeral home. Memorial Donations are suggested in his memory through the funeral home.
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David Carl Lewis was and will always be a royal flush to our family and will be missed dearly!!!!!!!!!!!!
from: carl kendall and deborah kendallon: 08-28-2014

I am so saddened by the death of my best friend Dave. I celebrate his life and all the memories that I will cherish. My sympathy to his family and want you to know that I am here if you need anything at any time.
from: Ed Waldenon: 08-27-2014

a local legend has passed my condolences to his family .
from: Gene Kempon: 08-26-2014

Dave will be remembered fondly, forever. Such a great guy
and Chef.
He made my 2 Daughters weddings extra special, taking such good care of our family and friends.
Rest in Peace Dave...........
from: Ellen Dami and Familyon: 08-26-2014

My Mentor and friend, so many great times spent together and your weekly Thursday visits to the restaurant that I always looked forward to with our trading of stories will be sorely missed.
from: Mark Millson: 08-25-2014

Sail on Dave. Anyone who lives and breathes in North County and beyond must have enjoyed his terrific prime rib and don't forget about the shells & sauce ! He always knew how to make events happen no matter the challenges. One of North Adams' unsung heros.
Prayers and condolences to family.
from: Bruce Whitneyon: 08-25-2014

My very first employer...what a great roll model! R.I.P. my friend I will always be thankful that you and your loving wife Lee touched my life in such a big way! Thank You! Blessing for the Lewis Family.
from: Liz Demerson: 08-25-2014

So sorry to here of his passing, he will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Lewis family.
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