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Sally Levy


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Sally Levy Obituary
Levy, Sally
1930 - 2018
Sally Saperston Levy, "Gram", born February 27, 1930 in Buffalo, NY, died unexpectedly at her home Sunday, March 4. Sally was a woman ahead of her time. Her dearest friend of 88 years, Doris said it best, "Sally had her own individualistic traits." Sally has called Columbus home since her marriage in 1950 to Robert K. Levy Jr. Sally found fulfillment in working and taking care of her family. She joined her husband in the family business as a buyer of gifts, wines and housewares at The Union Co, and then went on to own her own boutique in Bexley, "Sally's". She later sold real estate and enjoyed playing bridge, canasta and mahjong with her groups. In 1980, she found everything she needed in German Village, planted her feet and called it home. A fixture around the social scenes Sally was most recognizable by her trademark glasses, which she owned in every color and was known to wear multiple pairs around her neck. She was creative, innovative, forthright and not afraid to tell you what she was really thinking, if you dared to ask. Always five steps ahead of everyone, her timing was as impeccable as her taste. From her leather pants to her cashmere sweaters she radiated elegance and style. Most of all she loved to laugh and spend time with family and friends and her house was always the preferred gathering place. Sally was preceded in death by her parents Irving and Edith Saperston, husband of 52 years Robert K Levy Jr., daughter Christy Levy Peters, son-in-law and bridge partner Steve Price, daughter-in-law Sally Haines Levy and many wonderful friends and relatives. She is survived by her sister, Judy Reich; children, R.K. Levy, Jill Levy, Tom Levy, Betsy W (John) Burke, Katrina (Eric) Zidel; grandchildren, Karenina Spade, Joseph Levy, Sean Levy, Alexis Levy, Andrew West, Caroline West; and great grandchildren, Sydney and Jeffrey Peters, Maya and Camryn Zidel. She will be missed by all who knew her as she touched so many lives. Per her desires there will be no services or calling hours. A celebration of her life will be at her home on Sunday, March 11 beginning at 1pm. Contributions may be made in her honor to "In Christy's Shoes" or The German Village Society. Please visit www.Schoedinger.com to share a memory of Sally.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch from Mar. 6 to Mar. 11, 2018
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