Condolences for Lewis E. Clark, III

 

Becky Yant posted on 7/8/17

In remembrance of my double Cousin (Buddy) Lewis Edward Clark III, my heart is heavy laden with hearing of your passing. <3 Always and forever your cousin Becky

 

Dominic Busa posted on 7/3/17

I had the privilege to work along side Lewis in the US AIRWAYS PIT OCC. His moral values and candid honesty always showed through with great respect. His ability to action items and perform well as a Maintenance Duty Manager was an admirable trait. I used to call him "SUPERMAN" as a direct reflection of the "SUPER" Man he portrayed. His genuine love of aviation and spiritual nature showed through often. He will be missed! Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends. God Bless and God Speed to an honorable man.

 

Patty and Jay Fink posted on 6/30/17

My husband and I both had the privilege of working with Lewis at USAir. Such a great man, always a gentleman. Our condolences to his family.

 

Tom Yeager posted on 6/30/17

Had the pleasure to work with Lewis. Always a true professional and gentleman. I have the greatest respect for him. God speed my friend.

 

J.Peter Schuetz posted on 6/28/17

Lewis Was a fine Gentleman. it was a pleasure working with Him. Rest in Peace Lewis til we meet again.

 

Chris Arnott, Corey & Rob McCoy, and Susan Arnott posted on 6/28/17

Lewis was a fine man, our family had great respect for him and how he lived his life.

 

Chris Arnott, Corey & Rob McCoy, and Susan Arnott posted on 6/28/17

Lewis was a fine man, we had great respect for him and how he lived his life.

 

Ron Battilana posted on 6/28/17

I first met Lewis in 1995 in PIT and often worked all 3 shifts together at the OCC. Lewis was always the calm, cool, professional that made out work environment a pleasure. I am so glad to have known and worked with such a good Christian man as Lewis, Blessings and condolences to his family, He will be missed.

 

Jack Heinlein posted on 6/27/17

Lewis was a real professional and a pleasure to work with. My condolances to his family. Rest in peace Lewis

 

Kirk Lutman posted on 6/27/17

May you rest in peace Lewis. You were one on the most honest, upfront and true people I had the pleasure to work with. God's speed my friend.

 

Roger Slakey posted on 6/27/17

May the peace and joy in which Lewis now resides fill the hearts of Rebecca and the family, knowing that Lewis has made it home.

 

Mark Barbieri posted on 6/27/17

I worked with Lewis in my capacity as a line mechanic and later as a maintenance control tech at US Airways & American Airlines. His calm, level headed, approach to problem solving and soft spoken demeanor were attributes I admired and tried to emulate. It was my pleasure and privilege to have known him. Please accept my sad condolences for your families loss.

 

Jenn Mathews posted on 6/27/17

While Jon and I only had the pleasure of being in Lewis' company a few times, he was truly one of the most kind and gentle souls we have ever met. He had a way of making you feel like you'd known him your whole life. His daughter, Jess, is a beautiful reflection of him. Jon and I send our deepest sympathies to his family and friends. Heaven gained another true angel.

 

Kevin Carney posted on 6/27/17

Lewis was a good Christian man and a friend. He will be missed. My condolences and prayers to the family for such a great loss.

 

Michael Sronce posted on 6/27/17

My Condolences, Lewis was one in a million... Rest in Peace Buddy...

 

Scott Dunn posted on 6/26/17

The flower fades and the grass withers away but the Word of God abides forever. Lewis loved to discuss God's Word. A wonderful, insightful and loving man!