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Steven Levy

Steven Arthur Levy

October 12, 1952 - March 11, 2021
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Service Details

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    Sunday, March 14th, 2021 | 12:00pm
    When
    Sunday, March 14th, 2021 12:00pm
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    Private
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Obituary

Steven Arthur Levy, of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Thursday, March 11th, 2021 at the age of 68. He is survived by his loving cousins; Carol and Pete Summerfield, and Aileen and Ken Pargament; Carol and Pete's children, Lisa and Scott Landsman, their children, Jacob and Adam, and Michael and Yael Summerfield, and their children, Ava and Jack; Aileen and Ken's children, Jonathan and Laura Pargament, their children, Emmie and Hudson, and Ben and Amanda Pargament, and their children, Oliver and Noah. He leaves many more relatives and friends. He was predeceased by his loving parents, Jack and Mildred Levy.

Steven was a staple to the community he lived in, he always knew everyone who passed by him. His warm kindness and friendly spirit will be missed dearly by all who knew him. May his memory be a blessing always.

Services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to Hadassah, you can donate online by visiting Hadassah.org/donate.
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Mitzi Dublin

Posted at 05:42pm
Carol & Family,
So sorry to hear of Steve's passing. Thoughts & prayers are with you at this difficult time.
RR

Rozi Rice

Posted at 08:05am
To Steve's extended family & friends,
Steve was a true Baltimore character in the best sense of the word. He knew everyone and was everywhere in Northwest Baltimore. He could recite Baltimore history on the spot and talk about all the people he and his parents knew and remembered. He attended many holiday events at the JCC co-sponsored with JCS and he could never do enough by offering to help. He had a heart of gold and he will be greatly missed. I will always have a keychain in my desk as a remembrance of his kindness and gentle soul.
My sympathy for your loss,
Rozi Rice
SS

Sharon Stadd

Posted at 04:30pm
Steve, Always had a smile on his face and in his heart. Such a nice person.
C

Carolyn Cooperman

Posted at 02:15pm
I first met Steve in the old court Giant and hundreds of keychains later , he also accepted a sword that he collected. He was a special guy and always tried to be upbeat. My condolences to the family.
F

Frank Segall

Posted at 01:51pm
I remember Steve as a benign presence at the JCC Park Heights, who always greeted me, and shared what was going on in his life. A very friendly man. May his family take comfort from warm memories of him.
AP

Ashley Pressman

Posted at 07:19pm
Like many others, I knew Steve as the keychain man. He will be missed at the JCC and in the community. May his memory be for a blessing.
SW

Steve Hecht, Grapeview, WA

Posted at 05:58pm
Dear Carol and Pete,
My deepest condolences on your loss, and all best wishes.
JS

Jack and Susan Sugarman

Posted at 03:03pm
To Steve's family,
We have known Steve for many years, running into him around town at the JCC Park Heights or the grocery store. Our sincere condolences to you all.
CB

Cindy Epstein Bergstein

Posted at 02:11pm
To Steven’s Family,
I have fond memories of Steve. When I was working at Pantry Pride I would always see Steve pushing the carts in.
Steve knew everyone as everyone knew him. He was such a friendly guy. I remember his big smile. He was always so cheery and happy! May his memory be a blessing!
JK

Jeffrey Katzen

Posted at 12:45pm
To Steve Family,
Sorry for your loss. I remember Steve when I was a kid when he was hustling shopping carts at the plaza.We got reunited when I had my store in Pikesville. He was always kind ,funny and friendly .
He was the key ring king. May his memory be a blessing . Rest In Peace my friend. you'll be missed.
NR

Nancy Kohn Rabin

Posted at 11:24am
Dear Steve’s family, I am sorry to know of your loss. I first met Steve the summer I worked at LCC. Years later I heard a voice I recognized, and it was Steve’s. He was so excited when I reminded him of our past. He was proud to share that I had known him back then. And of course he asked me to save keychains for him. Steve had some challenges. For all of you who supported and cared for him, thank you. The community has lost a warm friendly guy.
ES

Ellen Stang-Reid

Posted at 09:56am
To Steve's cousins, friends and extended family, my heartfelt condolences at this sad time. Steve was a close friend for many years, and although he could be trying at times, I could always count on him to cheer me up, with his silly sense of humor or his funny stories. It always amazed me how many people he knew. In addition to key chains, he always had me look out for match books and magnets as well. I still have a magnet on the frig today that I was supposed to repair for him.... now it will be a cherished keepsake
GR

Geraldine Rosenbaum

Posted at 09:21am
Stephen was such a nice guy. I gave him so many key chains.
FB

Fran and Steven Baum

Posted at 08:55am
Dear Carol, Pete and family,
We are so sorry to hear about Stevie’s passing. You and your family were always there for him and we know he will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Our thoughts are with you at this time.
HO

Helayne (Laynie) O'Patterson

Posted at 07:40am
Carol....oh my...what memories I have of your cousin from the Towanda Ave. days....my condolences to you and family...Love Laynie
ES

Eva Schwerer

Posted at 08:45pm
to the Summerfield family So sad to see him go. My memories are from all the holyday dinners we spent together, and all the times I saw him in Pikesville, always smiling, and introducing me to all the people he knew. Sorry, that I can't be with you now, but you know I'm with you anyway I can Sending All my love Eva
EB

Erika Agetstein Buchdahl

Posted at 06:53pm
So sad to see this. What a great, kind soul Steve was. Always knew me and my connection to the family. My condolences to all. May his memory be a blessing.
AS

ann skinner

Posted at 02:09pm
Carol, and Family
Steve was like a Legend here at JCS. The mayor of Pikesville. Everyone knew him like Norm on "Cheers". Always smiling and always had a fun tip or story for the day. He will be missed by many and he just was one of the those kind of person that made a mark in your heart. He will me missed by many. My deepest sympathy and condolences to the entire family.
JK

Jody Rosenblatt Kesner

Posted at 12:02pm
Aileen & Family,
I’m so very sorry to hear about your cousin, Steve. He had an unbelievable memory & loved reminiscing about the Plaza whenever I would run into him. He always mentioned you because he remembered we went to school together. May his memory be for a blessing.
W

Wendy

Posted at 11:43am
Rest In Peace Steve
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