Jason M Lewis Sr.

Jason Lewis was born in Columbus, Ohio on October 27, 1952 to the union of Jason and Martha A. Lewis. He was the eldest son.

Jason accepted Christ at the age of 7 at the Hebrew Baptist Church where his grandfather William Horsley was Pastor. While at Hebrew, Jason and his cousins formed a singing group named “The Gospel Counselors”. Everyone loved to hear him sing with his base voice “Confidential God.” Jason graduated from Central High School in 1970. He enjoyed cooking and could bake the best cakes. He also loved bowling, playing cards, shooting pool and fishing; of all these things he loved fishing the most.

Jason was a loving family man, who loved spending time with his family. He cooked Sunday dinner every week and had his children and grandchildren come over. Jason has always been a meek, humble and giving person. He worked at Kentucky Fried Chicken as the Restaurant Manager for many years. He retired in 2012.

Jason is preceded in death by his mother Martha Lewis, wife Donna P. Lewis, son Jason Jr. and his best friend Gary Cook.

Left to cherish his memory, father Jason (Ella) Lewis, sons Chad (Shawanna) Lewis, and Christopher Lewis, daughters Tonya Holt and Stephanie Lewis, brother Andrew (Barbara) Lewis, sister Stephanie (Walter) Rakes, 17 grandchildren, brother in law James (Barbara) Holt, sisters in law Ruthie (John) Weaver and Marva (Gene) Hardiman, special cousin in law Eleanorene Johnson, adopted sister Nancy Calloway and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Condolence Messages

  1. The Banks Family :

    This is not a lost, but a finding. Finding your way back into the arms of your creator.

    Who among us could expect to reach our appointed destination doing something we loved! What a blessing from on HIGH.

  2. I am so sad to hear of Jason's tragic fishing accident and passing. I had fun bowling with him and Donna. He was the best crappie/bluegill catcher I knew! I will always remember him when I cast my line out into the water. My sincere condolenses go out to his family. Jason was a good man. God bless you Jason. RIP.

  3. So sorry to hear of Mr. Lewis's passing and his friend. They would always come and fish in our front yard. They both will be missed!!

  4. As usual I had told Gary that Friday morning it was too windy to go fishing, and as usual he said "es;Jason & I got this, we'll be fine"es; And in the past they were. One dumb decision cost them their lives. It was fitting they went together. I'll miss Jason calling me Wifey. My love and prayers go out to his family. We must all remember what good buddies they were and how they enjoyed fishing.
    Sandy Cook

  5. To the lewis family I send my condolences.Jason was a good man and a great boss to work for.

  6. Myra Hawkins-Newbern (Cookie) :

    My condolences go out to the Lewis family.

    May God bless you and strengthen you during this difficult time.

  7. Latrice Johnson :

    You will be missed but not forgotten. ..I will miss your fish you made the best fish…

  8. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Butler :

    To our dear friend Stephanie Rakes, you have our deepest sympathies and prayers. If you need anything, please don't hesitate to call.

    Sincerely,

    Bryant & Cherita Butler

  9. Willie Robinson :

    I grew up with Jason I am sorry for your lost Jason was a good man I will always remember him as a man of GOD

  10. Old Dutchman Bait Store :

    we will miss Jason and Gary they always had a smile on there faces. What a loss. The gang at Old Dutchman.

  11. May the Lord be with you and your family during this time of lost of your loved one. I will keep you in my prayers of comfortl

    Etta B.

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