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Enid Ruth Levenson PANSKY

At age 73, Enid passed away quietly on November 28, 2012 at Pine Creek Care Center. Enid was born 12/14/1938 in Troy, NY. Enid was a proud wife mother and grandmother filled with a zest for life and passion for others. She grew up in Columbus, Ohio. She met her husband, Lou, on a blind date, and fell in love at first sight. They were married six months later in 1960. Enid started a career in Tupperware in which she was a pioneer. After several years as a dealer and manager, she and her husband were asked to become distributors and developed a Tupperware Distributorship, Cameo Party Sales in Santa Rosa. Enid trained and mentored thousands of individuals and built one of the most successful Tupperware franchises on the West coast. They retired from Tupperware in 1993 and moved to Lincoln in 2003. Enid was very active in Sun City, a Del Web Community. She hosted card games of "hand and foot," and was an active participant in a book and bridge club and the Shalom Group. She was a gourmet cook who collected cook books. Her friends and family will miss her greatly - her mentorship, willingness to lend an ear and her advice. As her brother stated before her death, "there was no one whoever met her that did not like her." Enid is survived by her husband of 53 years Louis Joseph Pansky of Lincoln, CA; her son Scott (Yovita) Pansky and three granddaughters: Samantha, Rebecca and Jessica-Belle, all from Los Angeles, CA: and her daughter Alicia Tonelli and two grandchildren, Jordanna and David Tonelli all of Santa Rosa, CA. and her brother Donald (Violette) Levenson of Prescott, AZ. Private family funeral service provided by Rabbi Karen Bender from Temple Judea, Tarzana, CA In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to: The Jewish National Fund, at 78 Randall Avenue, Rockville Center, NY, 11570 (800) 254-8733 so a tree can be planted in Israel

Published Online in the Press Democrat from Dec. 23 to Dec. 24, 2012
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