Lewis Norman Bridgett

Born: Tue., Jun. 22, 1926
Died: Sat., May 20, 2017


Visitation

9:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Wed., May 24, 2017
Location: St. Ignatius Church


Funeral Service

11:30 AM Wed., May 24, 2017
Location: St. Ignatius Church


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Lewis Norman Bridgett, 90, of Bel Alton, MD passed away on May 20, 2017 at the University of MD Charles Regional Center in LaPlata, MD.

Born on June 22, 1926, the oldest child to the late Thornton K. Bridgett and Olive H. Bridgett, he is also predeceased by his wife, Ruby Edna Bridgett; brothers, Thornton, Jr , Edward  and Calvin; and sister, Virginia.  Lewis leaves behind his sons, Melvin Bridgett and Eugene Bridgett; brother, Lester; sister, Ella Mae; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Lewis was born and raised in Charles County.  He served in the Navy and was a WWII Veteran.  He retired from SMO in 1987.  Lewis was well known for his gardening skills and will be remembered for his quiet and friendly nature.

The family will receive friends on Wednesday, May 24th from 9:30AM to 11:30AM at St. Ignatius Church, 8855 Chapel Point Rd., Port Tobacco, MD; where a Funeral Service will start at 11:30AM; Interment to follow in the Church Cemetery.  Online condolences to the family can be made at arehartechols.com.

 

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Judy Harris
   Posted Mon May 22, 2017
Dear Melvin and Gene,

The first thing that came to mind when I heard of your dad's passing is that now he's with his Ruby after being without her for 30 years. He was quite a character and what I remember most about him is his wit and his strong work ethic. It's sad that we're losing all the members of The Greatest Generation.

Love, Judy

Bob Foster
   Posted Tue May 23, 2017
We have lived in Bel Alton for over 30 years and have had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Bridgett for most of those years. My fondest memory was when he would stop by our house on his way to the post office. He would always have time to chat and have some good stories to tell. He was always cordial whenever he stopped by. I would sometimes go down to his house and chat with him for hours talking about the old days and of course his garden.

I have missed not seeing him lately and he will be truly missed.

Our condolences go out to his family.

God rest his soul.

Your friends, Robert and Sandy

Ernie and Kathy Hall
   Posted Thu May 25, 2017
We have lived in Bel Alton for 40 years and Lewis has been a wonderful neighbor. During late spring, early summer and fall, we would have wonderful conversations. He shared old times before the neighborhood was here, his adventures as a truck driver and his family. On his walk to the post office Lewis would always stop if we were out in the yard. He loved Kathy's flowers in our front yard.

He will be deeply missed and never forgotten.

Our deepest sympathy to the family.

Ernie and Kathy

Ernie and Kathy Hall
   Posted Thu May 25, 2017
We have lived in Bel Alton Estates for 40 years and Lewis has been a wonderful neighbor. On his walk to the Post Office or passing by in his car he always stopped for a little chat. I would walk down to his house and have interesting conversations about family, old times, his adventures as a truck driver and gardening. He always asked about my children and grandchildren.

My deepest sympathy to Melvin's family and Gene's family.

Ernie and Kathy

Michael t Mudd
   Posted Fri May 26, 2017
Sorry to hear of your fathers passing, sounds like he had a long and happy life and how much he liked to garden. Best wishes to you and family, Please accept my sympathy, I will always remember your kindness and good work.


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