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February 20, 1983 -
September 7, 2018

Preston Ray Lewis born on February 20, 1983, of Anacortes WA passed away on September 7, 2018.

Preston was a skilled Machinist, he loved engineering new things or fix the broken. He was talented using the Dremel. He was always working with his hands taking apart cell phones, vapes, tablets and watches. Drawing with pencils and tattoo guns and writing short poems.

Growing up Preston was involved in Boy Scouts, baseball, snowboarding and family campouts which helped stir his passion for the outdoors. He loved skateboarding, "I'm going to Bomb the Hill". Rockhounding at the beaches everyday bringing home all sorts of rocks and agates. Riding motorcycles walked for miles and miles. He worked and rode bicycles of all kinds. Making and using Nun chucks.

Preston loved his heavy metal music and playing his guitar. He enjoyed being creative in the kitchen. Making fabulous egg frittatas for Sara at any hour of the day.

He had a great smile and a love for laughter, teasing his mom until she was so mad, but could only laugh uncontrollably. He loved and cared for his family and we loved him so much.

Preston will be missed so very much and forever in our hearts. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Please watch for a post on Facebook and or visit www.evanschapel.com.

Preston leaves behind Kim Lewis, his mother and step-dad, Patrick Davis; Kip Lewis, his father and step-mom, Lynn Lewis; sister: Mariah Yanko; step-brother: Joshua Davis; aunts: Laura Lanphear, Susan and Dawna Patterson; cousins: Chris, Alesha and Robert Lanphear, Sydney and Devin Hein and other numerous cousins and Sara Ferrier, his very close friend and so many friends, too numerous to list, that loved him dearly, and Shelby girl.

Arrangements are in the care of Evans Funeral Chapel of Anacortes, WA. To share a memory of Preston, please sign the online guestbook at www.evanschapel.com
Published in Anacortes American and Skagit Valley Herald from Sept. 16 to Sept. 19, 2018
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