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Gregory Randall Lewis

06/06/1977 - 10/06/2022
Service Date: 10/29/2022
Service Time: 1:00 PM
Service Location: Bunker's Garden Chapel
Visitation Date: 10/29/2022
Visitation Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Visitation Location: Bunker's Garden Chapel - 33 N. Centennial Way, Mesa, Arizona 85201

Gregory Randall Lewis, born June 6, 1977, passed away October 6, 2022 in Gilbert, Arizona.

Greg passed peacefully surrounded by family and close friends. He was 45 years old.

Greg was born in Phoenix to Denis and Diane Lewis. Greg was the middle child of three sisters, Meredith, Carrie and Lindsey, his younger sister. He was preceded in death by his father Denis R. Lewis. He is survived by his wife Mirna, his son Raymond, step-children Voenicia, Carlos, Celicia, and Arianna, and his mother Diane Larkey.

Greg went to Highland Elementary school in Mesa, then Mountain View and Westwood High Schools where he made many lifelong friends. He loved his family, friends and cooking, and enjoyed throwing big dinner parties where he would combine these loves.

Greg was always proud of the fact that he was a 5th generation Arizonan. He enjoyed telling stories about his great- grandfather Joe T. Mc Kinney who was one of the original Arizona Rangers. He liked Arizona history and the accounts and adventures about the Graham-Tewksbury Feud in which his great-grandfather was very involved. He enjoyed spending time at the family cabin up in Pine, Arizona where he delighted in large family gatherings with plenty of storytelling.

Greg was a loyal friend and was loved dearly by his family. Greg was a beloved son, brother, husband, and father. He leaves a void in all of our lives that will be impossible to fill.

Services will be held October 29, 2022 at 1:00 PM at Bunker’s Garden Chapel, 33 N. Centennial Way in Mesa, with a visitation and gathering starting at 12:00pm on that same day. Please join us for a celebration of Greg’s life.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Arizona Humane Society https://www.azhumane.org/.

Arrangements by Bunker’s Garden Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.


  • Blaise Jorgensen

    Greg was absolutely 1 in a million! He will be so missed!

  • I’m so sorry. He was such a character and always made me laugh. Love to all of you❤️

  • Absolute pleasure to know and be around! He would help anyone in anyway he could! You will be missed but not forgotten!

  • Peter Valenzuela

    Greg, you are so loved and appreciated my dear friend. Thank you for the love, friendship and awesome memories, brother of mine.
    -Peter Valenzuela


    Our Deepest Condolences to you from Ed, Tita Carl Triphahn and my sister Edie Navarro.

  • I can still remember when I met Greg when he came to Westwood. He had long hair dark sunglasses drove convertible Mustang and I was like check this dude out he thinks he’s Beverly Hills 90210. Also my friends thought he was a undercover cop. But I knew he wasn’t and when he knew guys I knew they just laughed when I told them we thought he was a cop. So we gave him the nickname Undercover.
    But Greg was always a stand dude we didn’t keep in touch that often only threw facebook but the last time I saw him we picked up right where we left off.
    Rest easy Greg (Undercover)

  • Joe Rodriguez III

    Met Greg back in 1999 and became family over the years. Everytime we hung out we had lots of laughs and would always talk about how we met and we enjoyed the same type of gangster movies. You will be missed and never forgotten. Till we meet again rest easy my brother. 🤟

  • I met Greg through mutual friends 8 years ago. He was definitely the center of attention where ever we would be. He has one of the best laughs around and would always be making jokes. Rest easy Big Greg Lewis.

  • Danny Ostrander

    We had a lot of laughs over the years. It’s sad that you’re gone, but your in a better place. Have one with your pops up there. Rest in Paradise G.

  • Thank you for everything Greg we met back in 98 Going out in the black SS You always were cool good times but most of all you’re a great friend never a doll moment with you we hung out again in June it was a good time laughing talking shhh lmao You will be missed a lot of us thank you for always saying hi no matter what you always had a big heart RIP go to Miss You Buddy

  • Greg and I spoke three weeks ago into middle of night we shared songs.He was going to take me on motorcycle ride when i planned to see him in Dec2022from Colorado to AZ.I told him he is my first crush in elementary.He said he would come off alcohol as I asked him to to please his Mom,he said ok yes he would 3wks ago.We talked about his Dad&Kale being in a better place in Heaven and we will be there someday when God calls us home he gave a thumbs up to me and I gave it back.Thats the last time we spoke.I love you Greg and miss you already.You will be in my heart eternally forever,thx my friend.Kris Heap&Jaren Foster will miss you also.

  • He played me these songs three weeks ago..songs he loved..Lord Huron,the stranger.Gregory Alan Isakov,San Luis.Lord Huron,meet me in the woods.Of Monsters&Men,yellow light.

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