The Death of MANA’s Founder’s Twin Brother

Dr. Rufus Cleveland Lewter, Jr., a pioneering physician and beloved member of the community, passed away on Monday, April 29, 2024, in Moreno Valley, California. He was born on October 6, 1929, in Sebring, Florida, to Rufus Cleveland Lewter, Sr. and Ruth Fuller Lewter.

Dr. Lewter was an identical twin to Dr. Andy C. Lewter, Sr., who was renowned for his founding of the Ministerial Alliance of North Amityville and Vicinity over 40 years ago. Dr. Rufus Lewter shared his brother’s commitment to service and made significant contributions to his community throughout his life.

After attending Morris Brown College, Dr. Lewter pursued his medical education at Howard University in Washington, DC. He served with honor in the United States Army for five years before embarking on a journey that would take him around the world.

Relocating to Cairo, Egypt, Dr. Lewter pursued his medical studies with dedication and perseverance, ultimately graduating from medical school. His passion for healing led him to a distinguished career in medicine, spanning from New York to Ohio and eventually settling in California.

In addition to his traditional medical practice, Dr. Lewter was a pioneer in the field of Hypno-Therapy, using innovative techniques to help patients overcome a variety of ailments and challenges. His compassionate care and unwavering dedication touched the lives of countless individuals, earning him the respect and admiration of his peers and patients alike.

Dr. Rufus Cleveland Lewter, Jr. leaves behind a legacy of kindness, integrity, and service to others. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and the communities he served. A memorial service to celebrate his life and honor his memory will be held at a later date.

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