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Anne Marie Lewis, 52

Dan McClelland


Anne Marie Lewis, 52, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, May 27, 2018 at the Albany Medical Center.   She was born in Lincoln, NE and then her family settled in Elmira, N.Y., where she grew up.  Anne Marie made her way to the Adirondacks after receiving her undergraduate degree from Elmira College and her masters degree from Ithaca College.
She was a Speech Language Pathologist at the L.P. Quinn Elementary School.  Anne Marie had a true passion for her work and she made a huge impact on the lives of so many children and those who worked with her.  She led the LPQ’ers – PTO for many years and worked tirelessly to ensure every event was a huge success. She never disappointed.  She was a representative for the teacher’s retirement system, NYSTRS, and the treasurer of the teacher’s union, TLUT.
Anne Marie was also an active community member, holding a seat on the Piercefield Board of Assessment Review and in years past serving as an AEMT with the Tupper Lake Rescue Squad.
She is survived by her loving family, her husband, Jack, her son, Alexander and her beloved, Lila.  She also leaves behind her parents, Dr. Lawrence and Theresa Stephens; her brother, Dr. Mark (Astrid) Stephens; her sister, Susan (Mark) Taylor; her mother-in-law, Marie Lewis; her in-laws Bob (Cindy) Lewis, Natalie (Ed) McMahon, Monica (Steve) Gagnon, Heather Naegele, Tracy (Jerry) Fletcher, Alison (Clint) Hollingsworth; and many nieces and nephews.
Those of you that knew Anne Marie, knew she loved her family without measure.  She had life-long friends she cherished and above all, she loved a good glass of wine, good food, good company and her nights under the stars with Jack.
To honor her wishes there will be no calling hours or services.  The family respectfully request privacy during this difficult time and ask that you celebrate the life of Anne Marie in a way that holds a special meaning for you.  
As is no surprise to anyone, Anne Marie was an advocate for Organ Donation and even in death she is impacting lives.  Because of Anne Marie, five people’s lives have been changed forever.  Please consider a donation in her memory to the Center for Donation & Transplant, 218 Great Oaks Blvd, Albany, NY 12203 or to a scholarship fund being set up in her honor.