Dorothy Ray Lewis, 63, active in volunteer hospital service and church work, died of cancer Tuesday at Walter Reed Hospital.

She was the wife of retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Millard Lewis.

Born in Pettus, Tex., Mrs. Lewis attended the old Martha Washington Seminary here. She was married to Gen. Lewis in 1931, and they traveled extensively abroad. They lived in Panama and Germany while he was on duty there.

They lived in Washington during 1945-49, then during 1953-59, and came back permanently when Gen. Lewis retired in 1962.

Mrs. Lewis was a member of the Women's Board of Columbia Hospital and was with the Volunteer Service Corps of Sibley Memorial Hospital. She had been a Red Cross Grey Lady for 25 years.

She was an active member of the Altar Guilds at Washington Cathedral and St. David's Episcopal Church. She was on the executive board of the Washington chapter of Ikebana International and was a member of the Washington Club and the Daughters of the American Revolution.

In addition to her husband, of the home in Washington, she is survived by three children, Millard Jr., of Cuttingsville, Vt., and George Ray and Dorothy Bennett, both of Dallas, Tex.; a sister, Mary Ray Harrington, of Dallas, and five grandchildren.

The family suggests that expressions of sympathy may be in the form of contributions to the Dorothy Ray Lewis Memorial Fund at St. David's [TEXT OMITTED FROM SOURCE]