OBITUARY

Brian Claude Levi

May 31, 1943December 1, 2018
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Brian Claude Levi, 75, passed away on Saturday December 1, 2018.

A well-traveled, and learned man - Brian Claude Levi was compassionate, charismatic, adventurous, and full of love. Brian had a vigorous pursuit of history, science, math, and many other forms of knowledge. He was equal parts a celebratory nature lover, and an engineer with a valuable respect for academia. His heart always had room for the people he met. Brian has a way of not only hearing what you have to say; but offering reverent auspices towards what you might do next.

At Eastern Airlines, Brian was able to see the world with healthy appreciation, and joy. In disaster recovery, he aided in the recuperation of lives for many who were in the path of nature’s most temerarious whimsy. As a civilian contractor for the government, he managed projects that aided our modern military. As a husband and father, he supported all of our brave… And even ridiculous aspirations for ourselves. An avid skier, traveler, husband, father, friend – Brian lives on in those of us who had the privilege of this time, and attention.

There will be a gathering of friends and family to Celebrate Brian’s Life: Held from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday December 5, 2018 at the Hanes-Lineberry Funeral Home Sedgefield Chapel.

Services

  • A gathering of family and friends will be held. Wednesday, December 5, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Kevin Jackson

December 5, 2018

He was a amazing man and will be missed sincerely and I loved him very much and had a amazing family and gave me a awesome buddy matt, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family and aliesa I love you all and so deeply sorry he will be forever missed and I will always be here for you and the family...

Tom Wilhite

December 4, 2018

To Peggy and family..... as a fellow '65 Greyhound you and your loved ones are in my thoughts and prayers. I am sure Brian's memory will live on forever; May he rest in peace. God be with you
Tom

Diane L Cernovich

December 3, 2018

Condolences from Mike and Diane L cernovich and family love him to pieces he helped my mom a lot when he was younger I really miss him. Instead of flowers we are sending a check to Peggy's address for his memorial.God Bless!

Denise Mocny

December 2, 2018

Aunt Peggy, Matt and Alesia,

My deepest love and sympathy to you at this time. I have such fond memories of Uncle Brian. I could talk to Uncle Brian for hours, he had a way of listening and carrying on a conversation with me that I will truly miss. Uncle Brian was a great man that will remain in my heart forever. The conversations that we had and the things he said to me I will treasure forever. I can not thank him enough for organizing the wonderful week we all spent together in North Carolina at the beach house. Uncle Brian I will always LOVE YOU, Thank You for everything you brought into my life. May you rest in peace and remain in our hearts forever. I will cry as I miss you but I promise I will celebrate you and your life.

JUDY UTOFT

December 2, 2018

Dear Peggy and Family,
My heart cries for you. I met Brian on an airplane flying to Switzerland and a ski trip. So many laughs and good times. He will truly be missed. Peggy, you are a dear friend and I will always love you. Huge Hugs to you,
Judy (alias Zelda)

Fred Howard

December 2, 2018

We will miss Brian forever. We will remember him always

Our condolences to the family

Rita and Fred Howard.

Pam and Bill McGregor

December 2, 2018

We shared so many wonderful times in the last 40+ years. You will be missed.

Love from Pam and Bill to Peggy,Matt, and Alicia.

Kate Julich

December 2, 2018

Peggy, Matt, and Alicia,
Sending you our deepest and sincerest condolences. Brian was lucky to have you and you him, even though we wish it had been for longer.
Much love from,
Kate, Arthur, and Will

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Brian Claude Levi, 75, passed away on Saturday December 1, 2018.

A well-traveled, and learned man - Brian Claude Levi was compassionate, charismatic, adventurous, and full of love. Brian had a vigorous pursuit of history, science, math, and many other forms of knowledge. He was equal parts a celebratory nature lover, and an engineer with a valuable respect for academia. His heart always had room for the people he met. Brian has a way of not only hearing what you have to say; but offering reverent auspices towards what you might do next.

At Eastern Airlines, Brian was able to see the world with healthy appreciation, and joy. In disaster recovery, he aided in the recuperation of lives for many who were in the path of nature’s most temerarious whimsy. As a civilian contractor for the government, he managed projects that aided our modern military. As a husband and father, he supported all of our brave… And even ridiculous aspirations for ourselves. An avid skier, traveler, husband, father, friend – Brian lives on in those of us who had the privilege of this time, and attention.

There will be a gathering of friends and family to Celebrate Brian’s Life: Held from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday December 5, 2018 at the Hanes-Lineberry Funeral Home Sedgefield Chapel.