August 7, 1923 – February 10, 2021
Shirley Levis was born on August 7, 1923 and passed away on February 10, 2021 and is under the care of Weinstein & Piser Funeral Home.
Funeral Service will be held on February 16, 2021 at 1:00 pm.
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Tuesday, February 16, 2021
February 16, 2021
Shirley Levis, indescribable personality. Simply GREAT. I met her at the wedding of her grandson Bailey to our daughter Rajani. I met her a few times at Kensington,but most memorable was her presence at Bailey's place. She was an inspiring personality. She always had a kind word for everyone. We will miss her. She is sure to join her husband in heaven. With respects and prayers, Bhanu and venky
Gina Davis Lacava
February 15, 2021
I have such affectionate memories of Shirley, who I have known since I was only a child. I recall what an extraordinary listener she was. I remember when she became Dr. Shirley Levis later in her life and I knew immediately what an extraordinary therapist she would be. I even met her once at her office during an especially troublesome situation of mine. She was so insightful and helpful.
But that is only one part of the Shirley that I will miss so much. Shirley was family. I loved coming to that big house filled with youth, energy, and all those boys! I was too shy to talk to anyone except Shirley. She was kind, interested and always welcoming.
We shared the passion of music and she was one of the few who could motivate me to grab my violin and haul up to Winnetka to play piano trios with Shirley, my Mom Anita and sister, Judy.
Shirley has always been an important presence in our family and can never be replaced, but will always be a part of me.
February 13, 2021
Dear Andy and Family,
Thank you for contacting me regarding Dr. Levis. Your mother is the epitome of a good person. She provided excellent wisdom and care to all those she helped.
Blessings to all of you during this time.
February 13, 2021
Greetings Wally Levis & Family,
Sorry for your loss. While sympathy cards fall short of consolation I remember the importance of people reaching out when my parents died. I hope time will assuage the anguish of your bereavement. Hold close the cherished memory of Shirley. Yours sincerely and respectfully, Sean Dwyer