Lucille Boston Lewis, 101, of Pikeville passed away July 2, 2015, with her family by her side.
She was of the Church of God faith and was a charter member of Shady Vale Church of God.
Lucille enjoyed making quilts for her family and sewing. Other hobbies were gardening and spending time with her many grandchildren.
Preceding her in death was her husband, Dudley Lewis; parents, George Washington and Rosie Emaline Pearson Boston; sisters, Venia Smith and Novella Smith White; brothers, Willis, Wheeler, Garland, and Leroy Boston; three great-grandchildren.
Left behind to cherish Lucille’s memory are daughters, Jeanette Thurman of Pikeville, Helen (Vance) Crawford of Michigan, Gwendolyn (Billy) Brom of Crossville, Gordon (Betty) Lewis of Michigan, Brenda (Claude) Hall of Knoxville, and Beverly Loyd, Crossville; grandchildren of Lucille Lewis and spouses, Karen and Carl Reed of Pikeville, Steve and Margaret Thurman of Pikeville, Mike and Claudet Crawford of Michigan, Don and Lenea Crawford of Michigan, Michele and Ronnie Angel of Pikeville, Simone and Bob Wint of Georgia, Debbie and Ken Godfrey of Michigan, David Brom of Michigan, Marla and Wendell Neubaum of Michigan, Marcia Johnson of Michigan, Jim and Cheryl Lewis of Pikeville, Keith and Carrie Lewis of Michigan, Nick Hall of California, Stefanie and James Wilson of South Carolina, Steven and Pamela Loyd of Crossville, Brian Loyd of Pikeville, Jessica and Zack Reed of Crossville; 35 great-grandchildren; 15 great-great-grandchildren; brothers, Chris (Mary) Boston of Washington, and Kenneth Boston of Sale Creek; several extended family members and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of friends.
A Celebration of Lucille’s life was held Sunday, July 5 with Bishop Kenneth Bolton, Bishop Donnie Lawson, and Bro. Doyle Ashburn officiating. Burial was in McDowell Cemetery.
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Arrangements were entrusted to Pikeville Funeral Home in Pikeville.