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Sidney Levin

Sidney Levin

October 16, 1924 - March 29, 2021
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Service Details

  • Service

    Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 | 12:00pm
    When
    Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 12:00pm
    Location
    Virtual Funeral
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    Please click the view the webcast link above to watch the funeral service.
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    Location
    Family Residence
    Address
    111 Hamlet Hill Road #708
    Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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    Notes
    Family will be sitting Wednesday from 2-6pm and 7-9pm

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Donations are being accepted for:
Baltimore Concert Opera

11 West Mount Vernon Place, suite 307, Baltimore, MD 21201

Obituary

Sidney Levin, of Baltimore, Maryland, passed away on Monday, March 29th, 2021 at the age of 96. He is survived by his loving daughter, Deborah M. Levin; sister, Mary Garfield; and grandchildren, Max Montague, and Margot Montague. He was predeceased by his devoted wife, Esther Levin (nee Rubenstein); brother-in-law, Lee Garfield; and parents, Max and Sarah Levin.

Sidney Levin was many things to many people; he was a veteran who proudly served in World War 2 in Greenland for 2 years.  Sidney was a hardworking professional, he was a business executive for many years in the textile industry, handling acquisitions and divestitures.  Sidney was a traveler who enjoyed exploring the world over, embracing every opportunity to learn and experience life to the fullest.  He was interested in the arts: opera, symphony, and theater, and enjoyed playing bridge when he could.  Above all else, Sidney loved being who he was to those he cared for most, a husband, to his wife of 64 years, a caring father, an amazing grandfather, and a dependable friend.  Sidney will be missed dearly by all who knew him, may his memory be for a blessing always.  

A Virtual Funeral will be held on Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 at 12pm.  Please press the 'view webcast' button above to attend virtually or view the recorded service. Interment Arlington Chizuk Amuno Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the Baltimore Concert Opera or the charity of your choice. The family will be in mourning at 111 Hamlet Hill Road #708, Baltimore, MD 21210, Wednesday only from 2-6p, and 7-9pm.
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Leslie Zheutlin

Posted at 02:56pm
Debby, I was so sorry to hear this sad news. Your parents were such an important part of my early years on Ripple Road. I had the pleasure of seeing them in later years at concerts at Shriver Hall, where I accompanied my mother when I visited Baltimore. I loved them, and will continue to remember them fondly. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Y

Yvonne & Terrence Campbell

Posted at 11:09pm
I really miss Mr. Levin. The last time I was able to speak to him I reminded him of the resurrection hope. I often talk to him about being able to see his beloved wife again. This is not a false hope. According to Exodus 3:6,15,16, Jehovah is the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob. What is that telling us? Jehovah is a God of the living, not of the dead. Therefore Abraham, Isaac and Jacob were all in his memory, awaiting the resurrection. The same applies to all of his faithful servants. The faithful man Job, in the midst of his suffering, he prayed to be concealed in the grave until God calls and he will answer. (Job 14:13,14,15). Jehovah has a strong desire to preserve the the life of all his faithful servants. Nothing is impossible for the true God who created man from the dust of the earth. Looking forward to see him again in God’s appointed time.
Terrance and Yvonne Campell
JS

JOYCE&ARNOLD SAPPERSTEIN

Posted at 12:58pm
JOYCE AND ARNOLD SAPPERSTEIN,
WE REMEMBER SID ALWAYS WITH A SMILE AND KIND WORD. WHAT A WONDERFUL MAN!!!!
JW

Jeffrey Wolk

Posted at 11:54am
Dear Debbie and family;
This time of year reminds me of when uncle Sidney hosted and led the family Seder when I was young. I still remember him and miss those simpler days, being together on the island and or just enjoying a meal.

Please accept my deepest condolences.
SB

SANDY BRENNER

Posted at 10:44am
DEAR DEB AND FAMILY,
SO VERY SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR DAD'S PASSING. I HOPE THAT YOUR BEAUTIFUL MEMORIES WILL HELP YOU THROUGH THIS VERY DIFFICULT TIME.
JA

Jeanne Adams

Posted at 07:01am
I have fond memories of Sidney from when I was little. I know he was a wonderful brother, father and uncle, and had a fulfilling life. Our thoughts go out to you all.
Jeanne, David, Marjorie Silverman
GB

Gary and Harriet Berman

Posted at 11:27pm
To Debbie and Mary, We are very sorry to hear about Cousin Sidney's passing. When ever we saw him he was always very pleasant and happy. We have great memories of the dinner party that we were invited to at his house. We will miss him.
ES

Emily Stefek

Posted at 07:03pm
I always looked at Sid as another grandfather figure in my life. He was always so warm and inviting when you saw him and he truly cared about what was going on in your life. Sid was the epitome of a fun grandpa. I will never forget traveling around Italy with him and having him sit at the kids table. He will be missed immensely! I love you Deb, Max and Margot!
MG

Melissa Garfield

Posted at 10:39am
My uncle who was a great sounding board and with whom I shared so many of my life’s trials and tribulations, I will miss you. Always a great listener with a gift for patiently dissecting and diagnosing a wide spectrum of situations that life brought my way. Our uncle who became one of my husband’s best friends, he will miss you. We are both so thankful for having you in our lives. We will miss you.
MG

Marjorie Goodman

Posted at 06:13am
Deb, I am so sorry for the loss of your dad. He certainly was a Renaissance man and was an important part of the Cross Keys fabric. I’m glad you had the time together that you did over the past couple of years. May his memory be for a blessing.
GB

Glenn Berger BOD

Posted at 05:56pm
Dear Debbie and Family,
Your parents were both two of the sweetest people. Harper House was lucky to have had them as our neighbors for so long. On behalf of the residents and the Board of Directors we extend our deepest condolences. On a personal note, you will look back at all that you did, the changes to your life that you made in order to give Sid all that he needed in these final years. You have been a remarkable daughter. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
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