Nadine Marie Lewis

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(63) of Houston, TX formerly of Johnstown passed away in January 5, 2019. Born June 15, 1955 daughter of Loretta (Jones) Hall and Rudolph Lewis. Preceded in death by her father, grandfather Charles Simon, grandparents Josiah and Bertha Lewis, Roy Jones and Magnolia (Huff) Jones, brother Alonzo Hall III, aunts Betty Mickens, Josephine Gregley, Romayne Smith, Dorothy DuPree (Maise) and Delores Paige, uncles George Watkins, Joe Lewis, Eddie Lewis and Roy Jones. Survived by mother Loretta (Jones) Hall, Marcel Lewis (Crystal) and Alondra C. Lewis and grandson Malachi Kai Lewis, brothers Rudolph Lewis, Jr , Craig Hall and Charles Hall, sisters Sharonda Irving (Carl) Valerie Allen, Angela Shields (Marvin) and Charlene Hall. Stepmother Nina Lewis and stepfather Alonzo Hall, uncles John Mickens and Billy Walton and aunts Bertha James, Dorothy Young, Doris Jean Harley and Yvonne Watkins. Godchildren Simone Veney, Charles Stolar and Marcus Howling. Special cousins Earl Gregley, Bridgette Kelly and Shannon Watkins and Special friends Deborah Coleman and Terrie Banks and her beloved family dog Kobe and her friends and co-workers in the Houston area. Nadine was a former employee of United Airlines, Corning Asahi Glassware and Bethlehem Steel Corp. and Mines. She was a 1975 graduate of Vo-Tech and graduated from Robert Morris College and the Texas school of Business. Family and friends will be received from 5-8 PM Friday and from 10 AM until time of her Homegoing Service at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, 351 Second St., Conemaugh the Rev. Maurice Williams officiating and the Rev. Antoinette Allen Eulogist, Moskal-Reid funeral home is in charge of arrangements
Published on January 9, 2019
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