Mrs. Snowie Lee Lewis, daughter of late Ozie Mae Smith and Lewis Baker, was born May 27, 1935 in Harris, Oklahoma. She quietly departed this life to be with Lord on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 in Edmond, OK.
At an early age she professed her faith in Jesus Christ and later joined St. Matthew Baptist Church, Eagletown, OK where she was a dedicated member. She served faithfully as Deaconess, choir member, and a dutiful member of the Women's Mission.
She was united in holy matrimony to Jessie B. Lewis and this union was blessed with nine children. Jessie B. proceeded her in death on July 20, 2009.
Mrs. Lewis was licensed by the state of Oklahoma and Arkansas as a Licensed Practical Nurse. She was employed at Broken Bow Nursing Home for 20+ years and retired at Healthback Home Health after serving for 17 years. She enjoyed serving in the church, helping out in the community, fishing, spending time with family and a loyal fan of the OKC Thunder. As a result of her generous spirit and pleasant personality, she was loved by many. Her influence will forever remain in the lives of all who knew her. She was proceeded in death by her son, David Lewis, grandson R.J. Pennon Jr., sister's Elizabeth Giddens, Willie Mae Strotter and Laree Bradford, brother's Climmie Smith, and Cleophus Smith.
Her beautiful life will forever be cherished in the lives of her children: Donald Pennon of Eagletown, Ronald (Shirley) Pennon of Eagletown, OK, Patricia (Lloyd) Meadlock of Lawton, OK, Jessalyne Dedner of Edmond, OK, Ricky Lewis of Eagletown, OK, Sandra (Darryl) Gandy of Taft, OK, Sharon Thierry of Lawton, OK, Shelia Shaw of Lawton, OK and grandson Tony Lewis of Oklahoma City, OK; sisters, Mary Lou (Robert) Jones of Florence, AZ, Betty Lou Smith of Florence, AZ, Lela Gettes of Lawton, OK, Larmeter Bivins of Philadelphia, PA, Sarah Sparks of Albuquerque, NM and Samella (Hardy) Dickerson of Florence, AZ; brothers, Willie Smith Jr. of Florence, AZ, Levester (Lula) Smith of Eloy, AZ, Isaiah Smith of Florence, AZ, Harold (Etta) Smith of Florence, AZ; a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren.