David S. Levine (1918-2013), age 94, died on Tuesday in his home in Marblehead. Born in Chelsea, he had resided in Marblehead since 1954. He graduated from Chelsea High School and was a member of their first Track and Field Team participating in the hurdles and pole vault. He was a World War II Army/Air Force veteran serving with the military police as a Sergeant. He was an avid sports fan, bowling in the Edison League and as a golfer belonging to the Thompson and Hillview Country Clubs in Reading. He was a former member of Temple Israel in Swampscott. He is survived by his loving wife Helen L. Levine. Dear son of the late Morris and Ida Levine. Devoted father of Mitchell and his wife Mary Levine of Marblehead, and Andrew and his wife Christina Levine of Beverly. Cherished grandfather of Maggie Slavet and her husband James, Robert Levine and his wife Emily (Hess), Brian Levine and Trevor Levine, great-grandfather of Stephen and Eden Slavet and Violet and Zoe Belle Levine. Loving brother of Charles and his wife Faylyn Levine of Swampscott, Evelyn Harmon of Danvers, and the late Edward Levine. Expressions of sympathy in his honor may be donated to the Marblehead Senior Center, 10 Humphrey Street, Marblehead, MA, 01945, or the Lupus Foundation of New England, 40 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701.
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Published in The Marblehead Reporter from Aug. 27 to Sept. 3, 2013