Harry-Lewis-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park and Mortuary

Harry Lewis

Los Angeles, California

Apr 1, 1920 - Jun 9, 2013

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Godspeed, and thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.

Rest Harry, until you hear at dawn,
the low, clear reveille of God.

Thank you for your service to this nation.

Rest well toots...

LET THE LOVE OF GOD SOOTHE YOUR HEART,HE IS OUR COMFORTER IN TIME OF NEED.HE HAS SAID,"I-I MYSELF AM THE ONE THAT IS COMFORTING YOU PEOPLE."ish.51:12....nc

I'm lighting this candle for you so you have our Lord And Saviours everlasting light.

May the God of all comfort be with you as you struggle to cope with your loss. He knows your pain and promises to be with those that are broken at heart, and those crushed in spirit he saves. May these words bring you a bit of solace at this difficult time.

So sorry to hear of his passing. As a struggling actor in the mid 70's, I ate at the Hollywood Blvd. restaurant quite often. He will be missed......

As a child growing up north of L.A. I could not wait for the special treat of going to Hamburger Hamlet. I saw many movie stars of the time and I will always cherish those exciting days. Thanks for the memories and rest in peace sir.

Harry was an incredible business man. But not just that he also was a very kind man. May the family accept my deepest condolences and be assured that many share in your sorrow. As he rest in peace awaiting his resurrection to life on a renewed new earth we will remember his legacy that he has left behind.

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As an actor, Harry Lewis took second billing to the likes of Humphrey Bogart and Edward G. Robinson, most notably in the 1948 film noir "Key Largo."

But he found his own starring role as a Los Angeles restaurateur who helped usher in the concept of the "gourmet...

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