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Bernard W. Lewis, 77, of Savannah, Georgia and husband of Michelle Scott Lewis, died Monday afternoon, April 22, 2019, at his home.

The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 o’clock Friday evening at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

The funeral service will be held at 1 o’clock Saturday afternoon at Coastal Cathedral Church of God conducted by Pastor Alton Carter. Interment will be in the Greenwich section of Bonaventure Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers please send Remembrances to: American Cancer Society – Suite 102, 4849 Paulsen Street, Savannah, Georgia 31405-4424.

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  1. Rollin Orr(Beanie) says:

    I stayed out of trouble because Coach gave me a job and believed in me even when I screwed up. He was the best to a kid like me and many others who had nothing.

  2. John Singleton says:

    Coach Lewis was truly a person who cared about the youth. His involvement with kids at W W Law gave so many an opportunity to be the best they could be. A boss during the Summer as a lifeguard, a coach for the swim team. Each of these were because he enjoyed helping young people be the best they could be in whatever they were doing. My condolences to the family and friends. He will be missed but never forgotten.

  3. Donna(Ranallo)Snyder says:

    Did not get to know you too well in school, but what I did recognize was that you had quality. Gone too soon; may you Rest In Peace my classmate.

  4. Diane (Burford) Thompson says:

    It was both an honor and a pleasure to work with you for all those years at DeRenne Middle School, Coach Lewis. Rest in peace, dear man. I’m praying for your family and close friends during this difficult time in their lives.

  5. Wally Neel says:

    Bernie and I were on the football and track teams in high school. We came from different cultures and sections of town but we had an great personal relationship on and off the field. He had a gentle way and a great sense of humor. He reached out to me several years ago via phone and we had a great conversation about our lives. He was a a great example of service to community.
    RIP, Bernie

  6. Elainor Ray says:

    It is with sincere condolences that I offer my support to the family of coach Lewis. I can only remember him as a strong but kind hearted person. May the legacy of his many good deeds remain with us forever!

  7. Sally says:

    My condolences to you and your family for the loss of a great man. Coach motivated and guided a lot of us through our high school years. Rest in peace, until we see you again.

  8. Maureen Maxwell Walker says:

    My deepest condolences to the family. To my cousins Deen and Leslie, you lost a Giant! I have sooo many fond childhood memories of time spent with your family as children. I can recall countless nights spent spent at your house and he was so much fun! I will never forget his sense of humor and how as a child I had to figure out when he was serious or playing… lol. I know you are going to miss him and his presence, and I can’t even tell you it will get better, but take your time and grieve and always remember the many good times you’ve shared. He will always be with you spiritually. I love y’all and I’m only a phone call away.

  9. Robena Wilkins Robinson says:

    He was my P.E. teacher at Derenne Middle School. He was a very nice person and a lot of the students looked up to him

  10. Sean T. Williams, Sr. says:

    Everything I did as a lifeguard, I did because I want to make Coach Lewis proud that he gave me a chance. He was one of a kind. He may be gone, but his good works will live on in all he touched.

  11. Clarence Franklin says:

    My condolences to the family. Coach was a motivator and inspirational.

  12. Lissa Coleman says:

    Dear Adrianne
    I Am Sorry For Your Lost.
    I Love You
    God bless

  13. Rose Pope says:

    Michelle, I am so sorry for your loss. I loved coach and missed seeing him tinker in the garage. We think of him and you often. You are in our prayers!

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