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    Yvonne Levinson

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    Saturday, August 13, 2022 (Before Sunset)


    Yvonne Horwitz Levinson passed away peacefully on August 13, 2022, surrounded by her family. Born to Anne and Cyril Horwitz in Johannesburg, South Africa on November 18, 1928, Yvonne lived her entire life in Johannesburg, until her children relocated to the United States and she followed, first living in Houston and then in Atlanta. Yvonne was preceded in death by her husband, Walter. She is survived by her children Regina (Michael) and Anthony (Debbie) and beloved grandchildren Jared (Melissa) and Leslie. Yvonne was devoted to her family and especially loved her role as Mimi Yvonne to Jared and Leslie. As an accomplished crafter, Yvonne's beautiful handiwork included knitting, crocheting, and sewing. She was also a renowned baker famous for her Greek wedding cookies and cakes. Yvonne enjoyed weekly Mahjong games, California visits with daughter Gina, travel with friends, eating chocolates and shopping although her most favorite times were gathering with family. Yvonne's funeral service will be private. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to The Holocaust Survivor Support Fund by the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta ( Arrangements by Dressler Jewish Funeral Care. 

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  • Miriam Karp

    Anthony, Gina, and Debbie, I just found out that Yvonne died. I moved my mother to another facility in June so hadn’t been at the WBJH for 2 months. I was so fond of Yvonne. Before Covid, she was my dinner companion when I came to the Home every Friday night to sit with my mother. I loved how her eyes lit up when she talked about dancing, traveling, and of course, dogs. My mother hasn’t been able to have a conversation in some years now so I would always go into Yvonne’s room to talk after my visits. She was my friend at the Home and I will miss her.

  • Jerry and Elaine Blumenthal

    Dear Debbie and Anthony - Our deep sympathy on the loss of your beloved mother, Yvonne. We hope, in time, happy memories will be consoling. In friendship, Elaine and Jerry

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