Little & Sons Funeral Home

4901 East Stop Eleven Road, Indianapolis, IN


David Levi

January 17, 1958June 30, 2020
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David Levi, age 62, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away on Tuesday June 30, 2020. David was born January 17, 1958 in Beech Grove, Indiana to Wanda (Pruitt) Levi and Bobby Levi. He worked for several years at National Wines & Spirits and Ford Motor Company before retiring from the Ford Motor Company’s Lima, OH plant. He enjoyed racing, especially the Indy 500 and taking trips to the beach in Florida for races. David was an avid Indianapolis Colts fan.

David is survived by his wife, Cynthia "Cindy" Poehler-Levi; daughter, Katie Poehler-Levi; son, Mark Gibson (Karin); brother, Darrell Levi; granddaughter, Alissa Gibson, and many nieces and nephews and too many close friends to mention.

David was preceded in death by his parents, Bobby Levi and Wanda (Pruitt) Levi.

David was a proud graduate of Franklin Central High School, class of 1976, where he played football and wrestled for the Flashes. David was a volunteer youth football coach for many years. He was a member of the Pleasant View Masonic Lodge #134, the Scottish Rite, and the Murat Temple.

Visitation for David will be held Monday, July 6, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Little & Sons Funeral Home, 4901 E Stop Eleven Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46237 with a Masonic Service at 7:00 PM. Social distancing will be practiced and face masks required. The capacity is 50 guests, please be mindful if additional guests are waiting turn to visit. His funeral service will be Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 11:00 AM, at the funeral home, with burial to follow at Acton Cemetery. The funeral will be live streamed and viewable on the Facebook Live page, Little & Sons Funeral, or his obituary services page at www.littleandsonsindianapolis.com.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in David's memory checks should be made to Cindy Levi C/O Katie Levi’s 529 College Choice Plan and mailed to 1720 North Arlington Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46218.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.littleandsonsindianapolis.com for the Levi family.


  • Bobby Levi, Father (deceased)
  • Wanda (Pruitt) Levi, Mother (deceased)
  • Cynthia "Cindy" Poehler-Levi, Wife
  • Katie Poehler-Levi, Daughter
  • Mark Gibson (Karin), Son
  • Darrell Levi, Brother
  • Alissa Gibson, Granddaughter
  • Dave Hunter, Best Friend

  • Darrell Levi, Active Pallbearer
  • Mark Gibson, Active Pallbearer
  • Dave Hunter, Active Bearer
  • Rick Hunter, Active Bearer
  • Jim Twigg, Active Pallbearer
  • Mike Green, Active Bearer
  • Shawn Levi, Active Pallbearer
  • Bart Austin, Active Pallbearer
  • Mark Smetzler, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Chris Bonar, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Greg Dunn, Honorary Pallbearer
  • David Wilkes, Honorary Pallbearer

  • Cindy Levi C/O Katie Levi’s 529 College Choice Plan


  • Visitation

    Monday, July 6, 2020

  • Masonic Service

    Monday, July 6, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, July 7, 2020



David Levi

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Spencer Cox

July 7, 2020

Dave loved life, and he lived it ! He always seemed up beat, and willing to help out. He was a huge Colts fan, and a tailgater -supreme ! A wonderful husband and dad ...you will be missed, as we remember all the good times. ...God speed Dave !

John Cavallaro

July 7, 2020

Dave and I Knew each other since high school but strongly became best friends in the last several years. We shared so many great times. And when I went through the lowest points in my life, losing my son, Dave called to check on me daily. I wish I could have been there to be a pall bearer for you Dave. You truly are “my dude”. I love you man, you will not be forgotten.

michael moss

July 6, 2020

sorry for your familys loss,dave sure will be missed

Ladeana Ashley

July 6, 2020

At one time David was my brother-in-law. I always liked David. Although the marriage between my sister and David didn’t work out, I still considered him my friend. We reconnected a couple years ago through a mutual friend and I was so happy to see he was happily married with a beautiful wife and daughter. David was a good man and a good friend. He will be sorely missed by many, including myself. The last thing I would ever want to do is to make Cindy or Katie uncomfortable because of the past, so I will not be coming by to say goodbye to my friend tonight. But I will be there tomorrow to witness his funeral online. I do care. My heart is broken for David, for Cindy and his friend precious daughter Katie. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Cindy Levi

July 6, 2020

I miss you my darling you will always be in my heart and I know that you will be watching over us. I will alway remember the fun we had a races NASCAR and the Indy 500. The beach trips we took The tailgating g for the Colts games. We had so much fun and so much love between us. Until I see you again. Fly high my David. I love you so so much

Dave Hunter

July 4, 2020

David moved into the neighborhood before second grade and we quickly became best friends. We even roomed to together our freshman year in College. My life will not be same without him. I feel lost. We could always count on one another regardless of the situation. I miss him dearly already. My only comfort is knowing that we will meet again. I love you lurch!

Katie Levi

July 3, 2020

Im going to miss all your corny dad jokes. Every time you'd tell them I’d chuckle and then shake my head. Asher wants me to tell you that he’s going to miss your belly rubs, because you did it best. :) Hope your having a great reunion with grandma and pop! Im sure you've already reunited with Lady girl too, give her a hug for me.

Cathy Land ( Levi)

July 3, 2020

Cindy, my heart goes out to you and Katie...he loved you both so much, it was obvious!!!...he was one of the nicest guys ever!!!
Still in shock...still can't believe it.

Love & prayers

Pamela Wampner

July 3, 2020

God Bless the Family. And so Sorry For Your Loss He was the Best Ex Brother Inlaw Very Loving Caring......Rest In Peace David Fly High With The Angels......

Tim Webster

July 2, 2020

I could share so many good memories.
Love you buddy.
I will miss our conversations and humor.
Colts fan’s for life.