Jay Levy

Jay Levy

February 14, 1938 - February 10, 2021
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    Friday, February 12th, 2021 | 2:30pm
    Friday, February 12th, 2021 2:30pm
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Jay Alan Levy, of Atlanta, Georgia, formerly of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 at the age of 82. He is survived by his beloved wife, Jill Levy; children, Monty (Lori) Levy, and Rich (Kim) Levy; grandchildren, Samatha Levy, Allison Levy, Anna Levy, Cara Levy, Evan Levy, John Anthony Gangemi, Vincent Gangemi, Natalie Gangemi, Nicholas Juhasz, and Alysa Juhasz; niece, Joanne Levy; nephew, Mitchell Levy; step-son, John (Kimberly) Gangemi; and step-daughter, Denise (Chris) Juhasz. He was predeceased by his loving brother, Bernard Levy; and parents, Morris and Celia Levy.

Jay Levy led a rich and full life - he was blessed with a loving family and many close friends. He understood above all else that one's life is defined not by money or material things but by relationships, and everyone he touched was better for knowing him and having him in their life. May his memory always be a blessing.

A virtual service will take place on Friday, February 12, at 2:30pm. Please press the 'view webcast' button to view the service live or recorded. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the charity of your choice. Shiva will be private.
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Baltimore City College Alumni Association

Posted at 02:12pm
To all who mourn for
Jay Alan Levy
the Officers and Board of the
Baltimore City College Alumni Association
extend their condolences.

Ellen Kushner Lane

Posted at 02:05pm
So Sorry for your Loss. Ellen Kushner Lane. My Thoughts and Prayers

Shmuel Nelinson

Posted at 02:04pm
Rich, Monty, Jill and everyone. I asked you guys who will bust our chops now? A great guy. I believe the greatest testament to a person’ s life are the smiles that are evoked when we think or speak of them. Through my sadness, I’m smiling! Jay please say hi to Bernie. We miss you both

Heather, Sean, Madeleine and Sydney Smith

Posted at 10:00am
It was impossible not to smile when Jay was in the room. We have so many wonderful memories shared with him and his family. We were blessed to have him in our lives, and will hold him in our hearts forever.

Kim Levy

Posted at 09:26am
Jay loved the “patriarch” role — I loved that he would kickoff Thanksgiving dinner by asking everyone what they were grateful for, and would take a moment for a special “toast” at every special occasion. He was the life of the party at my 50th birthday in Hilton Head, entertaining all of my girlfriends, making them laugh and keeping the drinks flowing. He also supported my sometimes quirky ideas of fun (spontaneous happy hour with vacation neighbors in Hilton Head). Most of all, he was just warm, witty and always welcoming. He was the first person to know that Rich and I were engaged, he always invited me to join for dinner when Rich was traveling and we had such a fun surprise birthday for him at our home in Atlanta (I think it was his 60th). I will miss the late night discussions in Hilton Head, his twinkly eyes, his smile and laugh. I could not get this Russian folk song out of my head yesterday (that he used to sing with the kids)—Stashu Pondowski? And I hope we will sing it today. So blessed to be in his family and love the part of him that remains in each of us.

Martha Weinrauch

Posted at 09:05am
Joanne - I am so very sorry to hear that your uncle passed. May his memory be for a blessing.

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