SEATTLE - Douglas B. Lewis, 27, of Seattle and a former East Wenatchee resident, died Wednesday, May 18, 1994, in Seattle, after a long battle with AIDS, according to a family friend, Margie Ennis.
He was born Nov. 5, 1966, to Ken and Shirley Lewis at Brewster, and raised in East Wenatchee. He was an outstanding competitive swimmer with the Eastmont Barracuda Swim Team, a member of FFA and a church league softball player. He graduated from Wenatchee High School in 1986.
He had lived in Seattle for the past seven years. He had worked as a mortgage loan officer for The Jameson Group, attended classes at Seattle Central Community College and was active in the Greater Seattle Business Association.
He is survived by his parents, of East Wenatchee; a sister, Lori Griffin of Duvall; his maternal grandmother, Agnes Wright of Malott; two nieces; and his special friend, Gerri Rasmussen of Edmonds. He was preceded in death by both grandfathers and his paternal grandmother.
Memorials suggested to Northwest AIDS Foundation and the Chicken Soup Brigade.
- The Wenatchee World (Wenatchee, WA) Monday, 23 May 1994