Funeral Details

Sharon J. Levin

July 23, 1941 - May 18, 2023


Date and Time

Friday, May 19, 2023 at 12:30 PM


Chicago Jewish Funerals
Skokie Chapel
8851 Skokie Boulevard
Skokie, Illinois 60077
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Rabbi Neil Kirshner


Shalom Memorial Park
1700 W Rand Road
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004
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Levin Residence
2906 Hawthorn Lane
Wilmette, Illinois 60091
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Sunday 1PM-6PM
Monday 4PM-8PM
Tuesday 4PM-8PM

Memorial Contributions

Chicago Chesed Fund
7045 Ridgeway Avenue
Lincolnwood, Illinois 60712


Sharon J. Levin. Loving wife of Ellis Levin. Devoted mother of Eve Levin and Becky Levi. Proud grandmother of Ella, Ruth, Noa and Sarah. Dear sister of the late Evelyn (the late Larry) Styne. chapel service Friday 12:30PM, at Chicago Jewish Funerals,8851 Skokie Blvd. (at Niles Center Road) Skokie. Interment Shalom. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Chicago Chesed Fund, 7045 Ridgeway Avenue, Lincolnwood, Illinois 60712 To attend the funeral live stream, please visit our website. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals - Skokie Chapel, 847.229.8822,


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So sad to hear about Sharon’s passing. She was a dear friend and cousin when we were kids and used to meet every Sunday in Jackson Park. The most exciting thing that Sharon ever did in terms of my life was when she and Ellis came to visit me and my husband JERRY while we were stationed in France; it was a total surprise and one of the highlights of our time in France. My condolences to you Ellis and your beautiful family.
Sharon Seaman Hoffman

Sharon Seaman Hoffman
May 19, 2023
Dear Levin Family,

I am so saddened to hear of Sharon’s passing. I will always think of her fondly, we shared so many wonderful conversations and laughs at the office parties. May the memories of good times shared bring you comfort at this difficult time.

Audrey Taxer

Audrey Taxer
May 19, 2023
we have such fond memories when we met, mostly at simchas. Love and condolences from the Schwartz family, Baltimore Maryland. Hamokom yenachem eschem bsich aveilei tzion vyeryshalayim.

Daniel Schwartz
May 19, 2023
We are truly saddened to hear this news. Sharon was part of my life from when I was in kindergarten through our daughter Elisheva's marriage.
She didn't let her handicap dim her smile, she decided to light. a candle rather than curse the darkness. She made. the darkness light.
I will always remember her.
Lynne and Murray

Murray Rosman
May 20, 2023
We are very, very saddened by the passing of our dear cousin Sharon Levin. Sharon was an integral part of our formative years. When we were very young she was our babysitter, a loving but strict one at that; she then became a role model for us by her belief in and love of education; by how she thought; and by how she taught us to think through her example. Later when we became young adults we witnessed and admired her unstoppable courage and unlimited determination to face adversity literally in the face, and then to move on to make her life and the lives of all her loved ones happen. It was a fight renewed daily. We will hold Sharon with us for the rest of our lives and we will never forget her humor and good humor.
With love,
Angela and Lenny

Leonard Rosman
May 21, 2023
So very saddened to learn of Sharon's passing. My heartfelt condolences to you Ellis, Eve, Becky, Ella, Ruth, Noa and Sarah.
Sharon and Ellis hold a special place in my childhood memories. As my father's first cousin, Sharon was older than me, but younger than my parents and I looked up to both her and Ellis as trailblazers, my window on a wider world waiting to be discovered. Hearing details of their trip to France enchanted me. I first learned of the Cambridge Folk Festival through them, listening to the Midnight Special. Sharon tutored me in English one summer when I was in elementary school. Today, I live in France and tutor French children, and have been to the Cambridge Folk Festival several times. No surprise then that I often think of her. Sharon's attitude towards adversity so completely represents who she was and is a fine example for all of us when times are hard. I will carry her in my memory to the end.
Sending each of you strength and comfort as you mourn her loss. Be well and take care.

David Rosman
May 21, 2023
Sharon was a delight to be with and she and Ellis formed a couple who had wit, intellect and humour. I remember wondering if she had passed by Haight-Ashbury during its heyday ??? She and Ellis came to dinner chez-nous in Paris she was a valiant tourist always interested and interesting.
As the years advance I admire her more and more for her
dignity, courage and spirit I wish I could have a long chat with her. She was a real trooper…….and I salute her
Angie Rosman


Angie Rosman
May 22, 2023