JACK LEWIS

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  • "Jack led the Operations Systems Support dept at Chevy Chase..."
    - Chrissy Cao (Huynh)
  • "Jack was a wonderful person to work with at Chevy Chase..."
    - Ken and Brenda Donnelly
  • "I worked with Jack at Chevy Chase Bank for nearly 20 years...."
    - Andy & Su Wetzel
  • "Ann so sorry to hear about Jack. You and your family are in..."
    - Tom and Gerry Madden
  • "RIP Jack! He was such a nice man, always with a smile,..."
    - Rob McDowell


 
 

JACK LEWIS  

Jack Lewis, of Bradenton, Florida died suddenly on Tuesday, December 18, 2012 of natural causes. Born October 22, 1947, in Houston Texas to Louise and H.L. Lewis. Jack was known for his keen intelligence, wit and charm, his love of dogs, and was a loyal steadfast friend. Jack is survived by his loving wife, Ann, his sister Boyce Ann Miller, his son Richard Cecchetti (Donna), granddaughters Amber, Sarah and Dominique. Jack was deeply loved by his goddaughter Adrianne Moss Minnich, her husband Scott, and their son, Jack's namesake and grandson, Jack Minnich. Jack was a surrogate father to his godchildren Paul Bates, Lisa Bush, and Lori Potter. He will be greatly missed by his extended family, Frances and Roger Chandler, Virginia and Jack Chaffee and nephews Christopher, Michael, Justin and Jordan. Some of Jack's best friends were his dogs.
Jack received a BS degree in Finance from the University of Houston and a MBA from the University of Maryland. He was a member of Sigma Chi and served as a Captain in the U.S. Army and the U.S. Army Reserves as a finance officer. Jack retired from Chevy Chase Federal Bank in 2005. Deeply religious and devoted, Jack has always served his church, most recently as Treasurer and Eucharistic Minister at the Church of the Annunciation in Holmes Beach, Florida.
A memorial service celebrating Jack's life was held on Saturday, December 22 at 2 p.m. in Florida. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Church of the Annunciation, 4408 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, FL 34217 or the ASPCA.


Published in The Washington Post on Dec. 23, 2012