Berger Memorial Chapel

9430 Olive Blvd, St Louis, MO


Patricia P. Levy

May 4, 1932May 4, 2020

Beloved wife of 69 years to Mayer Levy; dear mother and mother-in-law of Kenneth Levy (Becky), Daniel Levy (Jo Ellen ) and the late Michael Jay Levy; dear grandmother of Karla Chiarelli (Chris), Jacob Levy, Lauren Dickson (Brandon), Brandon Levy (Kristine), Amelia Levy, Stephanie Levy (Ray Diaz) and Danielle Levy MD (Kevin Murphy); dear great-grandmother of Calvin Chiarelli, Nara, Kenzie and Archer Dickson; dear sister and sister-in-law of Andrew Pincus (late Kate) and the late Michael Pincus (Jacqueline); dear sister-in- law of Jacqueline Berk; our dear aunt to Robert and Julie Berk, cousin and friend.

Besides her family, other passions in life included her time spent with patients and organizations in support of HIV, both locally and nationally. She made many friends in the St. Louis Area playing competitive bridge on a regular basis for decades.

Pat met her sweetheart Mayer at the age of 13 in New Orleans, LA. They traveled the world together, often with good friends. After retirement, they spent many winters together on their sailboat “Les Bon Temps” in Key West, the Bahamas, and island hopping in the Caribbean.

In typical Pat style, she left us on her birthday.

The family will schedule a Celebration of Life of her full 88 years at a future date when it is safe to gather.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Patricia P. Levy

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Phyllis Siegel

June 19, 2020

I only knew Pat from bridge, but she loved to play and compete - always with a smile. She will be missed by her bridge family. May the good memories last a lifetime


June 4, 2020

Mayer Levy and family. Glenda and I, George send our deepest condolences. Mayer has been a friend to us for 45 years. Or prayers are with you Mayer and family. GOD BLESS.
George and Glenda Heist

Judith Leonard

May 31, 2020

Mayer, Please accept my sympathy and condolences . I remember that many times that Norman Crasilneck and I spent with the Sparks and you both. Patsy was so lovely and fun and the two of you had great stories of your sailing trips and vacations. I always loved her wit and her accent. I am so sad to hear of her passing.

Fred Rubin

May 7, 2020

So sorry to hear of Patsy’s death. I have some great memories of her from my childhood in New Orleans when she and her kids would visit.
Her memory will surely be a blessing.

Gloria Shaikun

May 7, 2020

I am so sorry to find out about Pat.
I will miss bumping into her at Dierberg’s also it was always a pleasure when you all were in TravelMasters making plans for another trip. You always brought smiles when you came in. You and your family made great memories
Gloria Shaikun

Carol Gusdorf

May 7, 2020

Dear Mayer,
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Remembering your friendship and hospitality and the many good times we shared at your home in Westbury. Pat had a special way of making people feel welcome and included.
May her memory be for a blessing.
Carol & Paul Gusdorf

Godofredo Herzog

May 7, 2020

My deepest condolences to you and your family. I remember well the bon temps at LSU. Although we have lost contact over the years,good memories never fade. All the best, Godofredo