LEWIS, Eugene Clifford
Date of Death : 18-May-2019
Date of Funeral : 25-May-2019 (09:00 am)
Funeral Location : Clark and Battoo Chapel
LEWIS, Eugene Clifford died 18th May, 2019. Son of Mary Lewis and the Late Harold Lewis. Husband of Kamal Indra Lewis. Father of Damian and Adrian Lewis. Grandfather of Adelynn. Brother of Wayne, Susan, Rhonda, Ricky, Gary (deceased). Brother-in-law of Badesh Ramroop, Satesh Ramroop, Shakuntala Bhajan, Renuka Ramroop -Singh and the late Ramesh Ramroop. Cousin of Brian Baptiste and many others. Father-in-law of Geeta. Beloved friend of Dev and numerous others. Funeral at 9:00 am Saturday 25th May, 2019 at Clark and Battoo Chapel, 11 Tragarete Road, Port of Spain. Cremation to follow at the Crematorium, Long Circular Road, St. James at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers a collection will be taken up for charity. TO SEND CONDOLENCES PLEASE VISIT www.clarkandbattoo.com For enquiries; call C&B: 625-1170
Please accept my sympathy on the passing of your husband and Dad 'Eugene'. Nothing hurts more than when someone you love is snatched away in death. You can never get accustomed to death because it was not a part of God's original plan for mankind. But he gives hope, a hope that brings comfort to millions around the world. If you will permit me, I will like to share a bit of this hope with you. John 5:28,29 "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out." Isaiah 25:8 "He will swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces." Yes, you can look forward to the time, when your loved one will be brought back to life, on earth never to die again. What a sobering and comforting thought. If you will like to know more about this Bible-based hope feel free to contact me or you can visit our official website at JW.ORG
Please accept my condolences. Few things in life cause stress or pain than losing a loved one or dear friend to death. How can relatives and friends cope when the funeral service has ended? Firstly, allow yourself to grieve. Remember, there is no "correct" way to grieve or some "deadline" to meet to feel better. The grieving process takes time, so take it. Try to recall happy and loving memories. The advice from sensitive friends can be beneficial. Take care of yourself and most importantly, rely on the God of all comfort. The Bible at Philippians 4:6, 7 encourages us to take our anxieties/worries to God in prayer so that His peace can guard our hearts. I encourage you to read it. Again, I am genuinely sorry for your loss.

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