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Mark William Levy

29 novembre , 194720 juin , 2018

It is with great grief that we announce the death of Mark William Levy, who passed away June 20, 2018 at the age of 70. Mark came to Montreal from his native Queens, NY to attend McGill University and began teaching English Literature at the Lafontaine campus of Dawson College in 1973. His talents as a teacher as well as editor, musician and graphic artist were greatly appreciated by students and colleagues alike. After a life of travel, from the footbridges of rural China to the beaches of Thailand, Cambodia and Greece, he is now embarking on his final journey. May this one bring him peace. He is survived by his daughter Anaïs (Simon Boiteau) and grandson Éloan, cousins Martin Lipsitt, Nancy and Katie Lipsitt and many loving friends. Visitation will be held at Collins Clarke MacGillivray White Home, 5610 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, on Sunday June 24th, 2018 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Services

  • Visitation dimanche, le 24 juin, 2018
  • Visitation dimanche, le 24 juin, 2018
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Ellen Greene

23 juin 2018

I knew Mark when he was sixteen and I was nineteen, through his last year of high school, a year at Hobart, and then Mc Gill. We lost contact over the years but reconnected with Facebook. I remember how passionate he was about poetry and how much he enjoyed reading his favorite poets. We wrote about seeing each other again but I am so sorry that we never did. My sympathies go out to his family.

Steven Rosenberg

23 juin 2018

Marc,

I will miss you. We were friends ever since our freshman year at McGill, in 1966 - over 50 years. We would often get together when I returned to Montreal to visit family, and it was as if no time had passed since we were at McGill. Marc was always the same - a warm smile, shared insights, kind, bursting with a delicate kind of energy. The last time we got together a few years ago he talked to me about how happy he was taking his grandson to the country house on weekends and exploring the outdoors with him.

Steven Rosenberg

Zoe Sakellaropoulo

23 juin 2018

Marc,
Your sunny smile and twinkle in your eyes will be missed... my sincere condolences .
Zoe

Elke Estendorfer

23 juin 2018

Dear family, Marc was a constant presence and good pal of mine for the short time I lived in Montréal. I will never forget his dry sence of humor and his eloquence. He loved to tease me by using particularly distinguished expressions which opened me to a new world in English while I was struggeling to learn! I will always rememeber him! Elke

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