By: Berel & Raizel Zucker
In response to Mr. Rosenblatt's poem, I'd like to say v'hachai yiten el libo. If we can make Levi's life continue on by infusing our own life with enthusiasm and warmth as his was, as he made everyone he encountered feel, he will never be no more. His memory will always live on, and will continue influencing many other lives as it did in his life.
Also, Torah teaches us that our guf leaves but our Neshama lives on forever. A yid is forever more.
Thank you Levi for making everyone so happy always.
One Pesach when I was in Springfield I experienced Levi get Bubby and Zaidy Edelman and all us present laugh so hard, we couldn't move!! it was a moment I will cherish always!
May Hashem comfort the family, extended family, and all all of his community and klal yisroel on his loss.
We think of you every day, my wonderful family, and send our condolences from Yerushalayim. We daven for his immediate return with Moshiach.
Berel and Raizel