December 10, 1947 ~ March 20, 2017

Born in: Minnesota
Resided in: Long Beach, California

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  1. Lewis had the greatest personality and was loved by everyone who met him, funny and sweet. I will miss him… so much! I remember us having so much fun at the Indian Casino were we spend a few days together on a family double date. He was so cheerful and happy. Rest in peace my brother.

  2. Sending my heartfelt condolences. Praying that God brings you peace and comfort in your time of need. Hold on to the wonderful memories you have. I will never forget Uncle Lewis smile.

  3. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Will do my best to be at the services tomorrow. Love Bucky/Mary

  4. My Prayers & thoughts are with my sister Juanita & Family. With my deepest sympathy Love you sis Rosemary, New Orleans, La

  5. FAMILY “Feel no guilt in laughter, he knows how much we care… You cannot grieve forever and he would not want you to… So talk about the good times Let memories surround you that brings him back as clearly as though he were still here” Rest easy brother God got you

  6. I reflect on all the wonderful family moments we had together, laughter, good food and most of all good company. I reflect when Lewis, I and the family all went to Barona Resort & Casino on a bus together. Lewis always being the life of of the party had us rolling the whole time with his jokes. He told me Bubba follow my lead if you want to win and I followed him the whole entire time as he kept winning at every table. He was happy and lucky and did what he enjoyed. We then feasted in the all you can eat buffet as he said Bubba don’t hurt yourself. (lol) and all I can say is I am going to miss all those great times as it was always a great time when you hung out with Lewis. Rest in peace Lewis Charles Glynn Sr. (Your presence will surely be missed). Always… your brother Marlon Ingram

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