Clifton Lee Lewis

Clifton Lee Lewis, 71 of Woodstock went to be with his Lord and Savior Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at Greenfield Senior Living in Woodstock.


Mr. Lewis was born November 4, 1942 in Winchester, son of the late Hetzel Lewis and Jean Truban Lewis. He was a 1961graduate of Handley High School. He also attended Virginia Tech. He graduated from Bob Jones University with a ministerial degree. He was an Industrial Manager at Crown, Cork and Seal. In 1981 he founded Marion Independent Baptist Church in Rivesville, WV. He Pastored Grace Baptist Church in Woodstock until his retirement. He was instrumental in starting the Mt. Jackson Independent Baptist Church where he was a member. He loved his Lord, his family, his country and the outdoors.


He is survived by his wife, Bunney Lewis of 47 years; two daughters, Sunny Dawn Fetty and husband Daran and Misty Autumn Lewis; a sister Cindy Gallo; a brother Charles Lewis; 6 grandchildren and 3 nieces and 1 nephew.


He was preceded in death by a brother, Eddie Lewis, and a sister, Cheryl Hege.


A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, December 21, at 11:00 A.M. at Grace Baptist Church in Woodstock. Pastor Kelly Coffelt Jr. will officiate. Family will receive friends at the church from 10:00- 11:00.


In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to, Mt. Jackson Independent Baptist Church, Hospice and or Grace Baptist Church.



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6 Condolences to Clifton Lee Lewis

  1. Mark and Cathy Ash says:

    Mrs. Lewis
    Sorry for the loss of your husband. Appreciate all you two did in starting the church in Rivesville. Fond memories of you both. Our prayers are with you.

  2. Percy Shepherd says:

    Goodbye old friend and archery mentor, I will never be able to thank you enough for all you
    have taught me. I know you are in a better place and will have life everlasting. My prayers are
    with your family and many to who you ministered to, I know they will miss you.

  3. Joyce Tennant says:

    Bunney and family – May you find comfort in knowing your loved one is free of pain, free of sorrows, and is living peacefully and eternally with God. With heartfelt sympathy and prayers.

  4. James and Judy Hurst Grubbs says:

    As members of John Handley High School classes of ’60 and ’61 we both have many fond memories of Cliff. We are so sorry for you loss. Our deepest sympathy and prayers got out to you at this sad time.

  5. John and Jimmy Sprint says:

    Our thoughts, prayers and sympathy go out to you. We have such fond memories of Cliff from our youth.

  6. Pastor Steve Rebert and the Emmanuel Baptist Church Family. says:

    There are men that make a difference in the lives of others, brother Cliff was one of them. . From a gospel preacher, pastor, advice giver, comforter, husband and father he left his mark. I myself am indebted to him-thank you brother Cliff and to God Be The Glory!

    To Mrs Lewis and the family our sincere condolences.