Justin Lewis Obituary, Death – Justin Lewis has sadly passed away. Rodger Giessman wrote on a social media post – I feel queasy even simply thinking about it. You entered my life when I was 18 years old and had just come out as gay. That’s the equivalent of living for about twenty years right there! It was amazing how much happiness and laughter you brought into the space. Being able to call you a friend is something I much appreciate. I find it difficult to imagine a moment when I won’t be able to grin at you.

Because you possess such qualities, people will remember you for your capacity to make any occasion enjoyable. Sincerely, this devastating blow to the community to which we all belong has affected us all. I beseech God to give Justin Lewis’ soul everlasting peace. He was one of the best guys I’ve ever met, so I’m pleased I had the chance to meet him when I did. He was a good man. I have a bittersweet feeling now that I know he is no longer with us. He is like a brother or sister in the sense that you know him. The world is simply so unfair.

You will always be in my thoughts and on my mind, my darling little brother. I want to wish a buddy and coworker all the best. You always had a smile on your face, and I loved the way you saw the world. You used to say things like, “Okay, Becky with the wonderful hair and BeyoncĂ© with the body,” and I will miss that. You telling me things like that will be missed. Justin Lewis, I want you to know how much I adore and care for you and how much I will miss you for the rest of my life.

My nephew and longtime friend Justin Lewis passed away today, and his passing has left me feeling incredibly sad. They love you so deeply that they will miss having you in their lives. Without you, I wouldn’t have been able to get anything done around my house because you were always there. My darling friend, good night. I’ll eventually find you there, where we both belong.