Lewis E. Wight, 96, of Main Street died Wednesday (Jan. 31, 1990) in Genesee Memorial Hospital, Batavia.
A native of East Pembroke, Wight was employed for many years as a maintenance worker for the Alexander Central Schools. He was the oldest living member of Alexander United Methodist Church and served as the Alexander town clerk for 38 years.
A World War I veteran and a member of World War I Barracks 1475, he also served as secretary-treasurer of the Alexander Cemetery Association.
His first wife, the former Cordelia Goodman, died in 1970. His second wife, the former Anna Mentzien, died in 1987.
Survivors include five sons, Elmer and Leon, both of Rochester, Carlton of Byron, Loren of Spencerport and Wallace of Brockport; four daughters, Winnie Beats of Caneadea, Gladys Worthington of Hammond, Marion Worthington of Batavia and Shirley Goetz of Bergen; 23 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.
Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Marley Funeral Home, Attica. Burial will be in Mount PLeasant Cemetery, Alexander.