May 10, 1934 – March 7, 2020
Allen S Levine, 85, of Wilmington, died on March 7, 2020. Mr. Levine was preceded in death by his father David Levine and mother Rose Baer Levine. Mr. Levine was born in Hartford Connecticut.
Mr. Levine was known most fondly as a loving husband, father, brother, grand-father, great-grandfather, and great-great-grandfather by his family who will all miss him.
Mr. Allen is survived by his loving wife Barbara Levine of 62 years; his daughters Debra Carpenter and husband Jeff of Georgia and Heidi Hunt and husband Randy of Wilmington; brother Richard Levine and Angela Nichols of Connecticut; grandchildren: Ryan Hunt and Corey Hunt both of Wilmington, Holly Blokzy and husband Drew of Asheville; and Jaimee Munoz and husband Rudy of Georgia; great grandchildren Hunter Rooks of Wilmington; Dante Munoz and Damian Munoz of Georgia; great-great-grandchildren Liam Blokzyl and Chloe Blokzyl of Asheville.
A Graveside service will be held at 2 PM Monday, March 9, 2020 at Oleander Memorial Gardens with Rabbi Emily Losben-Ostrov officiating.
March 11, 2020
Al and Barb and family have made me a part of their family for many years. Such a sweet,❤. Loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend. He loved having his girls and family around. He would give Barb a compliment, most everyday.
Memories will be carried on always. Love you all.💞👃
March 9, 2020
Today we honored the legacy of A gentle soul that lived for his family. Pop Pop was more of father to me than a grandfather and he called me his daughter.
Some of my fondest memories of him was as a little girl sitting with him in his desk chair while he worked, back to back with my legs dangling out of the back of his chair. When he proudly took me to school on my 1st day of kindergarten.
Going to the donut shop on Saturday mornings, family picnics at lakes park, and bicycling on the 2 seater bike.
He was loved by his customers on his pool route and 1 year sold over 200 boxes of Girl Scout cookies for me. I laugh at the thought of him trying to figure out who bought what and distributing them.
The most important person in his life was his wife of 62 years He adored my grandmother and there wasn’t a day he didn’t dote on her beauty and profess his love to her.
Our family was a mix of faiths, we respected and celebrated the beliefs and traditions of each. His wishes of laying him to rest in his Jewish tradition were honored today.
Our family was blessed to have him and it’s with great sadness to say goodbye but find comfort in knowing he’s in a better place. Pop Pop will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace knowing you will always be dear to our hearts and never forgotten.
March 8, 2020
God bless you Barbara and your family. I am thinking of you in my prayers and thoughts. Peace be with you, jean
Pat & Barry Wertz p
March 8, 2020
So many funny memories come to mind when we think of Allen. Two of them in particular, involve his dentures. One, when he sneezed out the window of his car and they flew out on the highway. The other was when we were celebrating his birthday at granny’s house and he went to blow out the candles and his teeth flew out and landed on the cake. Of course everyone howled at this sight and Allen was howling too! Whenever Allen was around he would have us all smiling or laughing. Allen would give all he had if he knew you were in need. Kind, considerate, forgiving and a shining light in a sometimes unkind world. I would doubt that you could find even one person that would have a negative thing to say about him. We could all take a lesson from the life that Allen lived. So now, we must say goodbye. It is never easy. It breaks our hearts and saddens our spirits. But a life well lived is never forgotten. We will remember Allen with much love in our hearts. What better legacy can someone leave their family. Our lives are in God’s hands. To our dear family, know that we are with you at this sad time. Love to all, Pat and Barry 💔
March 8, 2020
RIP my sweet Uncle Allen. You had the heart of gold and thank you all for allowing me to be apart of your family for so many years. My love and condolences to all. LeeAnn
March 8, 2020
My dear Uncle Al, you were one of the kindest souls I have known. Thank you for blessing our family with your love and kindness for so many years. You will always be loved, adored and missed by all of us. May you rest in eternity ever so peacefully, just as you lived. ~ Love always, Lisa