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Patricia Lewis laments loss of her mother  

Patricia Lewis and her recently deceased mother Linda Lewis


Veteran singer Patricia Lewis has penned an emotional post three weeks on from the passing of her beloved mother following a 12 year battle with Alzheimer’s.

Linda Lewis's death at the age of 73 on April 11th was described as ‘devastating’ by Patricia  - three weeks on in an emotional social media post, Patricia has put into words how she is feeling, likening it to "coming up for air out of this drowning, drowsy, dizzy, disbelieving world.... trying to gasp my breath to make sense of a world, where you physical are no longer... I realize that it's been 3 weeks... today! Sometimes it feels like 3 minutes, 3 hours, 3 years... there is no real perception of time when it comes to something like this... I believe we were created and born to live for all eternity... and I know that we will... Somewhere, somehow... we will all meet and BE.... again!"

She went on to thank everyone for their kind outpouring of love over the death of her mother writing, "There are no words to explain our utmost GRATITUDE and GRATEFULNESS to each and EVERY ONE of you that phoned, messaged, brought flowers and food, consoled us, shared our broken hearts...... remembered our precious Mother Linda, so fondly, wrote touching media articles, played beautiful songs on radio stations, posted on your social media and group pages in remembrances of her, we laughed, we cried simultaneously, celebrated her incredibly touching life".

Below is the full post :

Since moving to the luxurious Zimbali Estate near Ballito on the Kwazulu- Natal South Coast, Patricia has run a property development company with her husband, Mark Whitfield. In May of 2020, she said in a rare interview with You Magazine that she was keen to make a comeback - we all know what happened to the year 2020. There is no doubt that she will now need time to mourn the loss of her mother.

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