I send my sincere condolences to the family of Ernest Levingston. He was a wonderful man. I got my career start with an internship at Levingston Engineers, due to Ernest's confidence in me. I have such happy memories of your family.
dear jeanne and kathleen, once again i offer my most sincere sympathy. i remember ernest levingston as the daddy of my friend. we had some good times in lake charles, levinwood, and houston 1966. jeanne, i lost my daddy last month so i know what you are going through. email@example.com
most sincerely, shelia ellzey lemoine
My Condolences to the Levingston family. I went to work for Ernest in 1967 in the old single story building on Kirby street. I maid many great friends and memories with a very long career with Ernest that I will forever remember. Ernest kept me under his wings and taught me many values in my life. Under his leadership and encouragement I went far in my career.
Ernest was a great teacher as well as Engineer. Many people benefited from his persistent encouragement. Yes, I think he was a great man who contributed much to his community and nation.
Walter Melton Jr.
I'm so sorry, Jeanne, for your loss.
I met Ernest in April of 1966 when I went to work for Levingston Engineers in Lake Charles. Over the years I came to regard him as one of the finest men I have known and especially to have work for. Everything about Ernest was first class. He was a fine Christian man. My deepest condolences to all the family and especially Mrs. Levingston.
Mr. Levingston donated a signed copy of his autobiography "As I Saw It" to the Johnson Bayou Library in April. Although, I would have enjoyed meeting him, I did have the opportunity to visit with him by phone. I had called to thank him personally for the donation to our Louisiana History collection. He recalled so many of his fond memories of his boyhood years in Johnson Bayou. Included in his book are entries from his diary of life in Johnson Bayou in 1936.
I so enjoyed our conversation and could tell he did too.
Sherry Seat, Johnson Bayou Library, Johnson Bayou, La
Mr.Ernest befriended us at Dr.Goolsby's Clinic and touched our hearts by sharing his experiences finding time to tell us about the greatest love of his life Mrs.Kathleen. He carried my husband and I on a journey through his life. When I told him he should write a book to share his love with others he replied "I already have would you like to read it?". Mr.Ernest saved every love letter he and Mrs.Kathleen wrote to each other in bound volumes. We will deeply miss our friend and wish to send our condolences to his family.
Please accept my sympathy. It was a great opportunity to work for such a fine man who did so much for all of those around him. He will be missed.
Mr. Levingston was a great man. My heart and thoughts are with Mrs. Levingston and Jim and Jeanne and the rest of the family. Mr. Levingston touched so many lives in Southwest Louisiana; he will be missed.