Angeles R. Lewis, aka "LA 505" (37), passed from this life in the early morning of April 7th, 2023. Angeles was born July 5th, 1985, in Farmington, NM, to his parents Randy and Erma Lewis. Angeles was born to the Tower people Clan (Kyaa áanii), born for the Salt People Clan (`Ashllhíí). Angeles completed school up to the 11th grade, and then received his GED. He had several jobs: 1st - his own - LA's Remodeling and Handyman service, 2nd - Navajo Agricultural Product Industry (NAPI), 3rd - Contracting Specialties, Inc., 4th - San Juan College, 5th - TRC Construction, 6th - Pat Phillip Construction. He was an Operator, Concert Supervisor, Painter, Construction worker. Angeles loved to draw - which he was AMAZING at. He loved to dance; he loved music. He loved to play billiards. He was a loving grizzly bear. He loved to make new friends and was a jokester. He participated in YAFL (Oilers - Packers team). He was a TRUE, to the heart Dallas Cowboys fan; that was his NFL Team. He liked the Phoenix Suns NBA team as well. Angeles loved to cook, camping, and fishing. His favorite color was red. He truly loved his family: Brandi, Ayianna, and Cameron.
Angeles is preceded in death by his brother, Gerald Lewis; his grandparents, Alice Begay Hammitt, Clifford & Sheila Cheesman, Robert Lewis, and Helen Harvey.
Angeles is survived by his wife, Brandi Ashley; his son, Cameron Lewis; his daughter, Ayianna R. Lewis; his parents, Randy & Erma Lewis; his brother, Dakota R. Lewis; his sister, Cheyenne R. Lewis; and his grandparents, Ernest Hammitt, Lois and David George.
On April 15th, 2023, at the Crossroads Church in Farmington, a viewing will be held from 10am to 11am, a funeral service will immediately follow from 11am to 12pm.
Angeles' pallbearers are Dakota Lewis, Cameron Lewis, Gabriel Nelson Jr., Zylis Nelson, Jason Ortega, Gabriel Nelson Sr., Leroy Valdez, Joshua Barela, Ross Montoya, and Emilio Hammitt as an Honorary bearer. Any memorials and donation can be made to Erma Lewis through Venmo (@Erma-Lewis), Chime ($Erma-Lewis-1966) or dropped off directly to Farmington Funeral Home.