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Honorable Charles Benedict Lewis Sr.,

It is with profoundest regrets that I share with your the heartbreaking news of the untimely home going of the Honorable Charles Benedict Lewis Sr., a retired Senior Liberian Career Diplomat with the rank of Minister-Counselor (commonly known as Nuku by close friends and relatives), on November 11, 2005 in Huston, Texas, USA.

His loving wife, Mrs. Eve Armstrong Lewis, son Dr. Charles Benedict
Lewis Jr., and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Agatha Cooper Lewis were by his bed side as he took his last breath.

Minister-Counselor Lewis was born on August 31, 1923 in Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County unto the Union of Ms. Rose Huff of Robertsport and Mr. Samuel Lewis of Marshall Territory (Margibi County).

Honorable Lewis had an illustrious diplomatic career, serving his country at many diplomatic missions spanning 30 years; including postings in Ghana; Nigeria; Haiti; Hamburg, Germany; and Sierra Leone.

Funeral Information
The Bridge - Southwest Community Christian Center.

Wake: The Bridge Main Sanctuary
Friday, December 2nd, 7:00 to 9:00 PM

Funeral: The Bridge Main Sanctuary
Saturday, December 3rd, 11:00 AM

Re-Pass: Bridge Gymnasium
Immediately following internment

Those wishing to sympathize with the family, and/or obtain additional
information may please contact the following:

  • Dr. Charles B. Lewis Jr., at 856 845 0935
  • Ms. Joyce Burrowes at 703 435 8191
  • Ms. Esther Martin Benjamin at 718 816 1197
  • Mrs Eve Lewis at 281 879 1666