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In Memoriam: Norman G. Levine, CLU, ChFC, CSA

Wednesday, December 9, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Jessica Benjamin
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In Memoriam: 

Norman G. Levine, CLU, ChFC, CSA 

"He worked in the life insurance business for the first 7 years of his career and then it became his calling for the next 60 years."

His entire obituary may be read here.

Letter from the Family:

As you know, our father, friend and mentor, Norman Levine, has been fighting a spirited battle with cancer over the last few years, and in particular, the last couple of months.  We are sorry to report that Norman passed away on November 20, 2015 at age 89. 

Most of you know our dad based on his professional life.  As he has said many times, he worked in the life insurance business for the first seven years of his career and then it became his calling for the next 60 years. He served as president of a number of the industry’s most well-known organizations.  He was Past President of NAIFA, GAMA, LUTC, and a national officer for the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT).  He was the recipient of numerous honors, including the prestigious John Newton Russell Memorial Award and GAMA Hall of Fame.  Norman was the author of nine professional books, and he was a renowned international industry speaker that has done business and motivational talks for over half a million people in all 50 states and 32 countries around the world.  He was invited to the Oval Office in the White House by two presidents and made an impact on the lives of thousands of people throughout his career.

Norman was born and raised in New York City and was an Alumni of the University of Wisconsin.

He was also a dedicated and loving family person.  He left behind his wife Sandy, three children – Linda Pfeiffer (Al Mayer), Dan Levine (Nancy) and Don Levine (Katie), five grandchildren – Michael Pfeiffer, Michelle Levine, Bradley Levine, Allison Levine, and Stephanie Levine, a brother George Levine and so many wonderful friends.  We will all miss him very much, and you should know that he sincerely appreciated all of the good wishes he received in these last weeks.

In addition, Norman was a proud American patriot.  He served the U.S. in World War II, receiving several medals, and was an active volunteer for the Republican Party.

Services will be at Forest Lawn in Cathedral City on Tuesday Nov.24, 2015 at 1 P.M.  Condolences can be sent to the family at: 75330 14th Green Drive, Indian Wells, CA 92210.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions can be made in Norman’s honor to: The National MS Society, Northern California Chapter.

Thanks again for all of your support and friendship!

Linda Pfeiffer, Dan Levine, Don Levine, and especially Sandy Levine 

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