Will Lewis was born and raised in Greenville County and attended East Side High School before serving in the United States Air Force. He graduated with a degree in Aviation, Theology and Criminal Justice from Liberty University and currently lives in Greenville with his wife Amy and their three children.
Will has a proven record in law enforcement and public service. He began his law enforcement career in 1998 in Greenwood City before transferring in 2001 to Greenville. He has served as Master Deputy and worked in law enforcement on numerous teams such as: Uniform Patrol, Homicide, Narcotics, DEA Task Force, SWAT, Traffic Reconstructionist, and the Governor’s Traffic Safety Team. He has been awarded two Distinguished Service Awards and a Medal of Valor for his excellent service in Law Enforcement.
When Will isn’t serving the community in Law Enforcement, he’s volunteering his free time as an interim Sunday School teacher at Simpsonville First Baptist, a counselor for troubled youth at the Marcus Whitfield Youth Camp and serving as the Vice-Chair for the Board of Directors at Langston Charter Middle School.