Morton Max Levine

December 21, 1933March 10, 2018

LEVINE, Morton Max passed away March 10 peacefully with his wife and family by his side. Beloved husband of Cynthia for 60 years. Cherished son of the late Samuel and the late Mollie Levine. Devoted father of Anita, Robin and Gary. Dear brother of Henry Levine. Loving grandfather of Ashley, Michael, Zachary, Kimberly, Alexis, Alex, Zoe, Caroline, Marty, Grant, and great grandfather of Sage. Morton graduated from the Bronx High School of Science in 1952 then went on to graduate from Columbia University in 1956. He attended Officers Candidate School and graduated from the US Coast Guard Academy in 1957 and retired as Captain after 21 years of service. Donations in Morton’s memory can be made out to the Alzheimer’s Association 1 (800) 272-3900. Services held under the supervision of Gutterman & Musicant Jewish Funeral Directors, 402 Park St, Hackensack NJ.


  • Funeral Service Monday, March 12, 2018

Morton Max Levine

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Ralph Capell

March 12, 2018

I attended Wade JHS as a student and teacher for almost 40 years Morty was my teacher, mentor and friend He was one of the finest gentleman that I have ever know A great teacher, administrator but most important a great friend There was no one more respected at Wade He was the go to guy whenever you needed help Watching him teach a lesson was like watching Mickey Mantle hit a homerun As I write this the memories come rushing back The graduations we planned,the Senior trips we went on and the thousands of students,over the years, who had the privilege of knowing Mr Levine My sympathies to the family and I really loved Morty Ralph Capell

Renee Capell

March 12, 2018

I was a student at Wade Junior High School from 1963-1966. Mr. Levine was my math and social studies teacher for all three years. He was kind and caring and an amazing teacher. He had a wonderful impact on me and many others of us that were blessed to have him as a teacher. My deepest sympathy to all his family. He will always be remembered warmly