Lewis Wayne Pratt grew up humbly in the small town of Miami, Oklahoma. He was the only child of Dudley and Georgia. Lewis joined the Navy as soon as he was old enough because he knew it was a way out of Miami. While in the Navy, he was stationed in Norfolk, Virginia and Sidi Yahia Morocco. After the Navy, he worked for FRISCO Railroad in the historic Union Station Depot in downtown Oklahoma City (he always loved trains and old depots). He then started his own business as a property tax consultant. He worked for over 40 years as a tax consultant and represented clients in all 77 counties of Oklahoma and represented pipeline and oil and gas companies in New Orleans, Kansas, Texas, New York, Minnesota, and Oklahoma. His work meant a lot of traveling and long hours away from home during certain times of the year, but he always provided for his family.He is survived by his wife Connie and his ex-wife Jeanne. He was a loving father to four boys (Dan, Chris, Andrae, and Adrian) and grandfather to five boys (Sebastian, Amauri, Zane, Zion, and Alakai).He was a member of The American Legion, The Fleet Reserve Association, The Vietnam Memorial Fund, The United States Navy Memorial, The Disabled American Veterans Commanders Club, The Wounded Warrior Project, and the OU Quarter Century Club.Lewis traveled extensively, but his favorite places to be were The French Quarter in New Orleans, the beaches of Jamaica, old ghost towns in Colorado, and sitting in his recliner with a dog on his lap. He loved his family, Cajun cooking, OU football, and the Old West. He made a lasting impact and will be deeply missed by those who knew him.The family would like to express a special thank you to Mercy Home Health and especially his nurses Suzie and Paula.