There is so much to say about the main man as i call Al or rockstar as he was always here there and everywhere!
i had the pleasure of spending alot of time with Alex as i never went to uni, so i saw him pretty much most days. Al was always in and out of hospitals, which he didnt really like.
the man was on a mission all of his life and on the go 24/7 and i loved spending every minute with him from sitting infront of the t.v to going on holidays all over with him. Al changed me as a person the first day i saw him in the hospital when i found out he had cancer. if i could see him or make his time easier in hospital i was there and like wise at home. he had so much going through his mind and i dont no how he kept it all together. i wanted to be around him all the time because i never had as much fun or had a bond like that with a friend but we were lucky as our friendship group is amazing and you know who you all are!
i have so many memories and more keep coming back to me like al and me singing to the winky winky bum bum poo poo song! ( find it on youtube, al used to sing it at that high pitch voice) or alex and me saying zinfandel in a strange way and our odd look we didnt to the camera
This site is dedicated to the memory of Alex Lewis.
Alex passed away on the 17th of February after a four year battle with osteosarcoma. We invite all of Alex's friends and family to share their memories of Alex with us all by posting photos, videos or written memories to this website, to help us all remember the times we had with Alex, and the joy that he brought to our lives.
We would all love to hear any special memories you have to go with photos, and we are currently trying to collect as much film footage of Alex as possible, so if you have any footage to post here it would be very much appreciated.
We will also be using this site to highlight the events and activities planned by so many of you in order to raise money for the Bone Cancer Research Trust in Alex's name.