Milton-Levine-Obituary

Milton Martin Levine

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Levine, Milton MartinNovember 3, 1913 - January 16, 2011Born in Pittsburgh, PA, son of Harry and Mary Levine, beloved husband of 65 years to Mauricette Levine, loving father of Harriet, Steven and Ellen Levine, adoring grandfather of Andrea, Michelle and Brandon Levine, dear brother of Pearl...

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Milton Levine was my employer for a while in the 1980s. I remember him fondly as a kind and wonderful man, and my prayers are with the Levine family.

An inspiration to never give up! In Love and Light!

To the Levine Family,
My condolences on your loss. Milton was a great man, he lived an amazing life and he made the world a better place. It was a privilege to have known Milton and I know you are all very proud of him.

I am sorry for your great loss. There is indescribable pain experienced when losing a loved one in death. God promises, "He will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning, nor outcry, nor pain be anymore, The former things have passed away." Imagine living forever without the fear of getting sick or dying.

(Proverbs 6:6-11) . . .Go to the ant, you lazy one; see its ways and become wise. 7 Although it has no commander, officer or ruler, 8 it prepares its food even in the summer; it has gathered its food supplies even in the harvest. 9 How long, you lazy one, will you keep lying down? When will you rise up from your sleep? 10 A little more sleep, a little more slumbering, a little more folding of the hands in lying down, 11 and your poverty will certainly come just like some rover, and your want...

To the family of Milton Levine. May the God of comfort grant you peace at during this difficult time. 2Co.1:3

Levine Family:
Proverbs tells us, “Go to the ant, you lazy one; see its ways and become wise.”
Milton did that and we all learned many things. Take heart, God knows and cares about your loss.

How many hours did I spend as a child planted in front of my ant farm. Small things big memories.

Many blessings to the family of Milton Levine... Uncle Milton has inspired so many...my grandson, Drew, loves his ant farm! In this technologically driven world, the ant farm remains a lovely testament to our earthly roots and the pleasures of the natural world. A wonderful legacy! Thank you.