Christopher David Lewis

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  • "My heart is so heavy ! Brian and Diane I am so very sorry..."
    - Renee Chambers
  • "In loving memory of Christopher D Lewis. You are and will..."
    - Debra, Greg, Tony, Selena, Aubrey, Alberto, Ezra Meier
  • "You will be severely missed Christopher. My deepest..."
    - Katie
  • "May the love of friends and family carry you through your..."
    - Dale Dyche
  • "John, Diane & Brian: Please know our hearts are hurting..."
    - Dave, Paula & Maegan Davidson
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Davies Cremation & Burial Services | Cremation Vancouver WA
309 E 15th Street Suite E
Vancouver, WA

March 3, 1989 ~ July 31, 2017

Christopher Lewis passed away July 31, 2017 as a result of a tragic motorcycle accident. He was born March 3, 1989 in Vancouver, WA where he lived all his life.
Christopher graduated from Hudson's Bay High School and from Clark College with an Associates Degree in Machining. He was on the Dean's List at Clark College all but one quarter while attending. He also was a teacher's assistant, helping his fellow machiners in the program. Most recently Christopher was working as a foreman for a local contractor.
Christopher will be dearly missed for his wonderful smile and 'always there to help you' attitude.
Christopher is survived by his father Brian Lewis; mother Sarah Fulcer; stepfather Dave Fulcer; brothers Nicholas Lewis and Jonathan Lewis; step-brother David Fulcer; half-sister, Emily Fulcer; grandparents Diane and John Rutherford, Barbara Woods, Mark Wooldridge; and aunts and uncles. Although Christopher was never married or had children of his own, he thought of Heather Howard, the love of his life, as his wife, and her children, Christian, Lakota and Kelsey, as his own children.
A Celebration of Life for Christopher will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, August 12, 2017, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 8310 MacArthur Blvd, Vancouver, 98664.
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Published in The Columbian on Aug. 10, 2017
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