It's taken me awhile to find the perfect words to write/say.... my brother Jeff was the kindest, honest, hard-working, respectable, couragous, giving person anyone would ever be blessed and honored to know, I fortunatly got to know so many sides of Jeff. His birthday is coming up, he would have turned 40 yrs. old. So many things I was going to tell him about turning 40 and that life just begins at that age.....it's when your realize your all grown-up and 1/2 your life is behind you and you ahve a whole other1/2 to live for...well I didn't get to tell him this. I miss Jeff everyday, he will be in my heart forever and I know someday we will see each other again and my brother will give me a great big hug and wrap his arms around me and make me feel so loved. Love you so much Jeffrey Scottie Lewis... your sister Michelle aka Mimi
I met Jeff once in Denver. He was a very nice person. RIP Jeff. You went too soon.
I worked with Jeff's mom and sister. When I met Jeff I knew right away he was a good person. My prayers for you Sherry and Michelle and for all your family.
I became friends with Jeff in 1987 when my family moved to Arizona. Jeff was one of the greatest guys I have ever met. He was good friend and will be missed tremendously. He has impacted so many people throughout his short life. May he rest in peace and I hope only the best for his entire family. I'm gonna miss ya J LEW!
Words can't say how I am feeling about the loss of Jeff. I met Jeff 25 years. Jeff was a friend of my son Jason and they went to Horizon H.S. together. They played Basketball for 4 years at Horizon and stayed friends since. Jeff always had a smile on his face and was always there for everyone. My last memory of Jeff will stay with me forever, I saw him right before he left for Kentucky and he gave me the biggest hug and called me Mom which most of the boys on the basketball team did, I will keep that in my heart forever. Jeff you will be missed but not forgotten My prayers are with your Mom, Sister and brother may God be with them. RIP Jeff.
I was a friend of Jeff's in Louisville. My heart is truly hurting because of this loss. He was a gentle man who cared for people, especially his student-athletes. I pray that he is now at peace.
I had the pleasure of attending the same high school and graduated with Jeff. Many a great football and personal memories. He will be missed always.
I didn't know Jeff, but I worked for years with his mother, Sherry. My deepest condolences to his family. If Sherry reads this, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My brother and I grew up with Jeff. He was an amazing person and a good friend. We have so many memories to hold close to us. My thoughts and prayers go out to family and his son.. Jeff will forever be with us all and be watching over us. Jeff you will forever be in our hearts and never forgotten.. Rest in Peace my Friend
Jeff you will be missed by family and friends. My prayers to the family and his son Elijah. We are all devistaded
I am shocked and saddened to hear of this news. We only new Coach Lewis for a short time after he began recruiting my son to play football at Northern Arizona. He was a great man and will be truly missed.
I am shocked to hear about Coach Lew as we called him. He coached my son Trent Guy at Louisville and we Loved him dearly. We are praying for his family at this time. God bless them.
So sorry for your loss. God be with your Family.
My Prayers are with the Lewis's in this time. I am Thankful for the time spent in Carolina because I was a Fan. I pray for the Family to receive the Peace they need to move forward. GOD BLESS.
So sad for his family.pray for the family
Jeff was truly a gentleman, both on and off the field of play. I truly wish he could have made it with the Panther organization, but God has his way of knowing what's right and wrong. RIP Jeff, you'll be sorely missed.
Jerry Wallace-Charlotte, N.C.
I didn't know Jeff well, but he was truly a great gentleman, both on and off the field of play. He will be sorely missed and God Bless his family and friends.
I send all my condolences to the family at this time of greif.