Angella Mae Lewis

Female 1973 - 1997  (23 years)

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  • Name Angella Mae Lewis 
    Born 21 Aug 1973 
    Gender Female 
    Died 16 Mar 1997 
    Person ID I31458  Stewartsnydotcom
    Last Modified 14 Oct 2019 

    Father Edward E. Lewis 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Ancestors Jacqueline M Proulx 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F11653  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

     1. Shaleena Anthony
    Last Modified 14 Oct 2019 
    Family ID F11657  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
      Syracuse Herald American (NY) - December 28, 1997Browse Issues
      When Angella Mae Lewis was in high school, she signed a pact with her mother, Jackie Brockett. It said that if Lewis ever needed a ride home, she would call mom and get one, no questions asked.

      "We both signed the contract," Brockett said. "It was on our refrigerator for a long time."

      Angella Mae Lewis, 23, of 39 Harrington Road, Parish, and her stepsister, Gabrielle Fisher, 19, were headed back to Fisher's home March 16 at 5953 Hare Road in Central Square, Brockett said.

      Oswego County sheriff's deputies, however, said Fisher was drunk. Her vehicle struck the back of a stopped snow plow on state Route 104 and county Route 29, deputies said. Her blood-alcohol level was tested at .13 percent, said Paul Stoner, head of the county's Stop DWI program.

      Sheriff's deputies charged Fisher with driving while intoxicated. She pleaded guilty to driving while ability impaired on Oct. 10 in Scriba Town Court. Fisher received a $300 fine plus $25 in surcharges and had her license revoked for one year.

      Brockett said she feels no anger or bitterness toward Fisher, who had known her stepsister for at least 14 years.

      "There was nothing to forgive, in my opinion," Brockett said. "I went back to her place, and she was weeping, saying she was sorry.

      "I told her it wasn't her fault. I didn't know she had been drinking. She's feeling guilty for everything and my heart just goes out to her."

      Lewis' 3-year-old daughter, Shaleena Anthony, still asks for her mother. Shaleena stops her aunts, her grandparents, anyone who may know.

      "She's always asking, `Have you seen my mommy?"' said Serina Lewis, Angella's sister. "We always tell her the same thing. We tell her she's in heaven."

      Lewis also is survived by her mother and stepfather, Jackie and Timothy Brockett of Parish, her father and stepmother, Edward and Julee Lewis of Hastings, sisters Pamela Schubert and Lorretta Hadlock, both of Pulaski, Amy Proulx of North Syracuse, Vanessa Lewis of Hastings, her maternal grandparents, James and Veronica Proulx of Hastings, and her maternal great-grandfather, George Veitch of Tuscon, Ariz.

      Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) - March 18, 1997Browse Issues
      Angella Mae Lewis, 23, of 39 Harrington Drive, Parish, died Sunday at University Hospital of injuries suffered in an automobile accident on Route 104 in Scriba.

      Born in Syracuse, she lived in the Parish-Central Square area most of her life. She was worked at Cooper & Clement in Mattydale.

      Surviving are a daughter, Shaleena Anthony, at home; her mother and stepfather, Jackie and Timothy Brockett of Parish; her father and stepmother, Edward and Julee Lewis of Hastings; six sisters, Pamela Schubert and Lorretta Hadlock, both of Pulaski, Serina Lewis of Parish, Amy Proulx of North Syracuse, Vanessa Lewis of Hastings and Gabriel Fisher of Mexico; her maternal grandparents, James and Veronica Proulx of Hastings; and her maternal great-grandfather, George Veitch of Tucson, Ariz.

      Services are 10 a.m. Wednesday at Harter Funeral Home, Parish, and 11 a.m. in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Central Square. Spring burial is in Pleasant Lawn Cemetery, Parish.

      Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 7430 W. Main St., Parish.

      Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) - March 17, 1997Browse Issues
      A 23-year-old Parish woman died early Sunday morning after the car she was a passenger in crashed into the back of a county snowplow, Oswego County Sheriff's deputies said.

      Angella Mae Lewis, of 39 Harrington Drive, was riding in car driven by her stepsister Gabrielle Fisher, 19, of 5953 Hare Road, Central Square. The car rear-ended the snowplow on state Route 104 and county Route 29 in Scriba, deputies said.

      Fisher was headed east on Route 104 at 1:26 a.m. when she drove into the rear of the plow stopped at the intersection.

      Lewis was taken to Oswego Hospital and was later transferred to University Hospital for severe bleeding and internal injuries. She died at 6:13 a.m. Sunday. Fisher was taken to Oswego Hospital for facial lacerations. She was treated and released Sunday morning, a nursing supervisor said.

      The driver of the snowplow, Thomas Wilson, 36, and his passenger, Edward McGrath, 43, both of Oswego, were not injured.

      Wilson said he and McGrath were working the night shift when the accident happened. Wilson was stopped at the intersection waiting for traffic to clear so he could back up the sander plow, turn around, and head in the opposite direction.

      "I let a couple of cars go by and waited for a third car to go around and it didn't. It hit the back of the plow," Wilson said Sunday. "I saw them coming but I couldn't move either way."

      Wilson said there were snow flurries at the time, but visibility was clear.

      Fisher was charged with driving while intoxicated and was issued a ticket to appear in Scriba Justice Court April 29, deputies said.

      Neither Fisher nor Lewis was wearing seat belts.

      Born in Syracuse, Lewis was a life resident of the Parish and Central Square area. She was employed by Cooper Clement/Scan Corp. of Mattydale.

      Called Angel as a nickname by some, Lewis's first name was spelled with two "ls" instead of one because of an error on her birth certificate, said her mother, Jackie Brockett.

      "It was a mistake, and it just stuck. She got upset when people spelled it wrong," Brockett said.

      Brockett said her daughter was always lively and out and about. She said Lewis lived for her daughter, Shaleena Anthony, who will turn 3 next month.

      "There weren't too many people who knew her who didn't like her," Brockett said. "Her name was Angel in my book, and she was the name."