Antron Edward Lewis known to family as "Tron" or some pronounced as "Twaun" was born on November 12, 1979 in Seattle, WA to Angela Williams and Jeffrey Lewis. He grew up in the Holly Park neighborhood & attended Seattle Schools. He played multiple sports such as basketball for the Runnin' Rebels, baseball & football for the Rainier Eagles.
He had a beautiful smile and infectious laugh. He had a strong passion for writing and creating music and was serious about his craft. Oftentimes, you could spot him with a notepad, pen, and headphones.
He stood up for what he believed in, never sugar coated anything and always had to have the last word. He loved and supported his nieces and nephews by attending their extra curricular activities and school events. He always was looking for an opportunity to better his life to provide for his family. He was a true Laker & Seahawk fan. He was devoted to his family and friends and had a big giving heart to all of those around him. He was a REAL one!
Antron leaves to cherish his memories: his loving mother, Angela Williams, his father, Jeffrey Lewis; his grandmother, Shirley Mayo; 3 children: Jamariantre' Brown-Lewis, Madison Perkins & Antron "Bonkers" Lewis Jr.; 2 sisters: Angela Scott & Rochelle Lewis. 3 brothers: Aaron Kirkland, Gentris Harrison & Jerrell Lewis. And a host of cousins, nieces and nephews.
He is proceeded in death by his great-grandfather: Charlie Wilson and great-grandmother: Lela Wilson. Four aunts: Frances Miller, Sarah Smith, Harriet Dedrick and Evette Walker; Uncle: Bruce Williams; Brother: Michael Hilliard.
Perhaps you sent a lovely card or gave a monetary donation. Perhaps you volunteered your time; If so, that is fine. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words that any friend could say. Perhaps you were not there at all but you prayed for us anyway. Perhaps you made us laugh to take away the tears with stories of gone by years. Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so very much whatever your part.
- The Lewis/Williams Family.
"You don't see me but I am here. By your side I will forever be, the gentle breeze in the air."
- Linda Montalvo