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. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.