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LEVY - Beatrice Marilyn ''Beasley.'' Passed away October 25, 2002. Of Boca Raton, FL, formerly of Miami Beach, FL. Loving wife of Richard to whom she was married 51 years. Adored mother of Mark and JoAnn Levy, JoAnn Levy, Daniel and Susan Levy and Allison and Dr. Jack Sacks. Cherished grandmother of Brian, Andrea, Evan, Adam, Alyssa, Sam, Ruth, Hilary and AJ. Beloved sister of Phyllis Pritcher, Herbert Behrens, Arlene Slepoy and Hannah Tolces. Funeral Service Sunday, October 27, 2002. For furthe ...
SINDAC-Levy G. (nee Gonzales), of Clifton, N.J. on January 3, 1999. Funeral services to be held on Saturday, January 9, 1999, 9 A.M., St. Brendan's R.C. Church, corner of Lakeview and Crooks Avenue, Clifton, N.J. Visiting Thursday and Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the Bizub-Quinlan Funeral Home, 1313 Van Houten Avenue, Clifton, N.J.
LEVY--Hester A. Beloved wife of the late Morris. Loving mother of Dr. Jerilyn Kronen and her husband Ken. Adoring grandmother of Ari and Joshua. Graveside service Monday, 10:30 am, at Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Glendale, NY. LEVY--Hester Engel. The Hampton Synagogue mourns the passing of the beloved mother of our cherished benefactor, Dr. Jerilyn Kronen. To Jeri, Ken, Ari and Josh, our heartfelt sympathy. Rabbi Marc Schneier Michael B. Weisbrod, Pres. Seymour G. Siegel, Treas.
Her books were praised for their witty, honest portraits of the immigrant experience, especially of those who moved to Britain from the West Indies after World War II.
Mr. Levy, who was the chancellor of New York City’s vast public school system from 2000 to 2002, attracted thousands of new teachers by insisting on higher starting wages.
Mr. Levy’s career went into a spiral after the failure of “Mourning Becomes Electra,” and he was imprisoned for two years for his role in a drug ring.
The Lincoln Center spring gala raises $9.4 million, a record for the organization.
Mr. Levy, widely credited as the first African-American personal manager in jazz, represented big names like Nancy Wilson, Cannonball Adderley and Herbie Hancock.
Mr. Levy was captain of a hijacked Belgian airliner who enabled Israeli commandos to storm the plane and rescue all 100 passengers and crew members.
JOHANNESBURG — President Levy Mwanawasa of Zambia, whose economic policies won the confidence of international donors and whose robust criticism of President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe made him an anomaly among African heads of state, died Tuesday in France, seven weeks after a stroke. He was 59.
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