Death – Obituary News : Chris Lewis, a member of the Patterdale Mountain Rescue team, has passed away. The team and those close to him have expressed their deepest condolences. Rest in peace, Chris.
It is with heavy hearts that we receive the news of Chris Lewis’ passing.
Our deepest condolences go out to our colleagues in the Patterdale Mountain Rescue team and all those who held Chris dear. pic.twitter.com/mnfvxIYrEF
— BSAR (@Bucks_SAR) September 10, 2023
Chris Lewis, a member of the Patterdale Mountain Rescue team, has tragically passed away. The news of his untimely death has left a deep sadness within the team and all those who held him dear.
Chris was a dedicated rescuer who selflessly put his life on the line to save others. He was known for his unwavering commitment to his work, always ready to respond to any call for help, regardless of the conditions. His bravery and willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty made him a respected and admired member of the team.
Born and raised in the picturesque Lake District, Chris had an inherent love for nature and the mountains. He spent most of his life exploring the rugged terrain, honing his skills and knowledge of the area. His passion for mountaineering and his deep understanding of the local landscape made him an invaluable asset to the rescue team.
Chris will be remembered for his unwavering spirit, his infectious enthusiasm, and his kind heart. He touched the lives of many, both within the rescue community and beyond, leaving a lasting impact on all who had the privilege of knowing him.
The loss of Chris is a devastating blow to the Patterdale Mountain Rescue team, who have lost not just a colleague, but a dear friend. Our deepest condolences go out to his family, friends, and colleagues during this incredibly difficult time.
In memory of Chris Lewis, a true hero, flags at the Patterdale Mountain Rescue headquarters will be flown at half-mast. His legacy will live on through the lives he saved and the inspiration he provided to future generations of rescuers. May he rest in peace knowing he made a difference in the lives of so many..