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Pearl H. Levy

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Pearl H. Levy, age 94, formerly of Leonia, NJ, passed away peacefully in her home in Loveland, Colorado on March 29, 2019.
She was a cherished mother to Lisa Marks Smith and her husband Gary P. Smith II of Berthoud, Colorado and a dear step-mother to Joan Burke and Ethel Prohaska. She is survived by her brother, Ira Seldin of Chatham, Mass. and preceded in death by her brother, Arthur Seldin of Teaneck, NJ and her parents, Joseph and Bertha Seldin. She was married to Irving Marks and later married Joseph Levy.
She was a loving Aunt to Abbe, David, and Judi and Arthur, Gene, David, and Irene and Dede, Rona, Iris and Joyce. She was a loving Granny to Scott, Tom, Juli, Jennifer, and Jeffrey and to Gary, Phillip, and Jennifer, and Great Granny to Samantha and Sarah and Jacob, Jackson, Carson, Raylan, and Julie Anna. She was also a great Aunt to many and loved and considered family by many people in her life.
Pearl worked in New York’s fashion district, for PNC Bank, and at All Saints Child Care Center in Leonia, NJ. She lived in Leonia for over 40 years and relocated to Georgia and then to Colorado to be closer to family. She often remarked about the beautiful sky in Colorado.
Donations may be made in her name to All Saints Child Care Center @ 150 Park Ave., Leonia, NJ 07605 or to the American Heart Association.

Chapel Service

11:00 am – 11:45 am Sunday, March 31, 2019

Eden Memorial Chapels, Inc.
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, New Jersey, United States
07024

Graveside Service

12:15 pm – 12:45 pm Sunday, March 31, 2019

Riverside Cemetery
12 Market Street
Saddle Brook, New Jersey, United States
07663

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  1. I remember Pearl well from her years at PNC Bank in Leonia. Always an unflappable, pleasant woman. May she rest in peace.

  2. I will always remember Pearl, as her daughter Lisa was one of my best friends. I have very fond memories of Pearl, and had planned to visit with in May, and am sorry that I had not visited her earlier. My condolences to all her family.

  3. Dear Lisa and family, I’ve known Pearl for forty years, as she worked with my husband Jeff at Midlantic Bank in Englewood. In fact Pearl and Jeff would always tell this hysterical story about Jeff’s first day at Midlantic and how he had split the seat of his suit pants, and he told Pearl I may have to go home and change. Pearl, being herself, told him go into the men’s room, take off his pants and hand them out to her, and she’d sew them up and hand them back in to him, which is exactly what he did! She was a women who could always save them day. Pearl was truly a member of our family. We were so fortunate to have her spend many a Christmas day with us, celebrate many a birthday and other special occasions as well. Jeff passed away in 2016, but I know that where he and Pearl are they’ve already told everyone the torn pants story and are laughing their heads off together. My deepest sympathy to you on the loss of this wonderful woman, Elaine Harm Himmelberg

  4. My heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Pearl. I am so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort through the loving and happy memories that you share and those that you keep close to your hearts. May you also look to our loving Heavenly Father, the GOD of all comfort, to provide what you need at this very sad time. (2 Corinthians 13,4, Psalms 8318). He promises us that very soon, He will wipe every tear from our eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away. Revelation 213,4, Isaiah 3324. He also promises us that there will be a resurrection of our loved ones that we have lost in death, and they will have the opportunity to live forever in perfect health in Paradise right here on earth. (John 528,29, Psalms 3710,11). What wonderful promises! Can you imagine a time on earth when there will be no more sickness, pain or death At that time, Pearl will have the opportunity to live life to the full with the prospect of everlasting life. May all of God’s promises give you a measure of comfort, peace, hope and strength. I personally found very comforting information on jw.org. when I experienced the loss of my parents and siblings.


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