Carlos Roger Lewis

Mr. Carlos Roger Lewis, age 53, of Baltimore, died Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, MD. Mr. Lewis was born April 6, 1964 in Trinidad & Tobago.

He married Thelma Lewis.

He was employed by the Hospitality Industry as a Valet.

Calling hours will be Thursday, December 7, 2017 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services, 8728 Liberty Road, Randallstown, MD (21133).

Funeral services for Mr. Lewis will be held on Friday, December 8, 2017 in the Chapel of Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services, 8728 Liberty Road, Randallstown, MD (21133). The family will receive friends from 10:00 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. with services to follow.

The burial will be at Arbutus Memorial Park on Friday, December 8, 2017 immediately following services.


Carlos Roger "Nick" Lewis went home on Wednesday, November 29, 2017. Nick was born April 6, 1964 in Trinidad and Tobago as the tenth child to Adolphus and Elsie Lewis. The family moved to St. Thomas in 1975 and his teenage years were spent taking part in all sorts of shenanigans with his brothers Curtis and Howard "Clint". Stories of these hilarious escapades would later be told at family functions to the shock of his parents and the amusement of his nieces and nephews. In 1979 Nick went to Job Corp in Texas and upon completion settled in Maryland. His greatest accomplishments in life were the birth of his children; Dujuan in 1985, Britney in 1989 and Stephanie in 1993. In 1994 the song "Tootsie Roll" was released and the dance that accompanied the song became his ultimate dance move and no matter the song Nick was doing the Tootsie Roll dance.

Growing up he was surrounded by parents and siblings that knew how to make great meals and he developed a love for cooking. This would come in handy when the life of the party finally found the woman he would make his wife, Thelma, whom he married in 2009. He often made Sunday family dinners for his new extended family. In 2009 he became Big "G" when his first grandchild, Caylen, was born. He was so excited that he not only had a grandchild but she looked just like him (or so he would try to convince everyone that met his new granddaughter who actually looked just like her father). This legacy/claim of grandchildren being his twins would continue with the birth of little Dujuan, Clayton, Jr. and Cydney. Fortunately, he got 2 out of 4! 2012 began as a year of planning his daughter's wedding but tragedy struck with the death of his youngest daughter Stephanie and her passing left a permanent tear in his heart. Later that year with open arms he welcomed his son-in-law Clayton. In his free time he enjoyed cooking, making people smile, fishing and spending time with his grandkids.

He leaves many behind to celebrate his life: parents, Adolphus and Elsie; his wife, Thelma and her son Kevin; children, Britney (Clayton) and Dujuan; grandchildren, Caylen, little Dujuan, Clayton, Jr. and Cydney; his siblings, Jennifer (Victor), Glen, Gloria (Richard), Hazel, Dolorees, Gerard, Judy, Curtis, Howard (Yolanda) and Karen; nieces and nephews, Maxine, Danielle, Candice, Shelly, Stacy, Adrian, Gabriel, Matthew, Dominic, Akeriam, Erica, Elizabeth, Lateisha, Raquel, Raphael, Maury, Ariel and Nathan; as well as great nieces and nephews, his great-great nieces and nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and many in-laws. Nick was predeceased by his daughter Stephanie