In memory of
Elizabeth Ann (Stonehill) Levy
In memory of
Elizabeth Ann (Stonehill) Levy
Elizabeth Ann (Stonehill) Levy Elizabeth Ann (Stonehill) Levy, 67, passed away without any pain January 26, 2020 due to cancer and ultimately a bout of pneumonia in Chandler, Arizona. A guiding light in the lives of so many, she is survived by her three children, Jennifer Barmach (Jamie), Adam Levy (Erin), Matthew Levy (Natalia) and grandchildren Ethan Barmach (13), Sadie Barmach (11), Shane Levy (8), Harrison Levy (6) and Lena Levy (3). She also leaves behind her beloved sisters and brothers, Susan Stonehill, Harry Steven Stonehill and Michael Stonehill (Anita) in Virginia and Kathy Carp (Ernesto) in Switzerland as well as many nieces, nephews, aunts and cousins whom she loved dearly. She is preceded in death by her mother Lourdes B. Stonehill (2005) and her father Harry Solomon Stonehill (2002). Elizabeth (Liz) was born April 27, 1952 in Manila, Philippines and lived there until she was 10 years old when her family moved to Mexico City, Mexico and then Vancouver, Canada followed by Beverly Hills, CA where she graduated from Beverly Hills High School. She attended Pine Manor, a small liberal arts college only a few miles outside of Boston where she starred in various theatrical performances. Soon after, she met Leon Levy in Los Angeles and married him in Bangkok, Thailand while they were working abroad in the jewelry business. They raised a family together in beautiful Palm Springs for many years and remained close after their 17-year marriage. Liz earned a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in Education and was a Special Education Teacher for 22 years. During this time, she had the opportunity to touch the lives and hearts of so many wonderful students. Liz lived in Palm Springs, CA since 1981 and loved the profound beauty of the mountains, palm trees, sunshine, clear blue skies and dark starry nights. She had traveled the entire world to understand what glorious views Palm Springs held and considered it majestic. Liz's contagious laughter, infectious smile, zest for life, open-mindedness, fun and loving nature will be missed tremendously. She was an amazing, one of a kind mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, niece, teacher and dear friend to so many. She will remain in our hearts always and forevermore. For those of you who knew her and the joy she shared, please join us for a celebration of her life on Thursday, January 30th, 2020 at 10:00am at Wiefels Palm Springs, 690 S. Vella Road, Palm Springs, CA 92264. Following the memorial service is the funeral procession for burial at Desert Memorial Park, 31-705 Da Vall Drive, Cathedral City, CA 92234. Reception following at Liz's home of nearly 40 years.
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Wiefels Cremation and Funeral Services
690 South Vella Road
Palm Springs, CA 92264
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In memory of
Elizabeth Ann (Stonehill) Levy
Elizabeth Ann (Stonehill) Levy Elizabeth Ann (Stonehill) Levy, 67, passed away without any pain January 26, 2020 due to cancer and ultimately a bout of pneumonia in Chandler, Arizona. A guiding light in the lives of so many, she is survived by her three children, Jennifer Barmach (Jamie), Adam Levy (Erin), Matthew Levy (Natalia) and grandchildren Ethan Barmach (13), Sadie Barmach (11), Shane Levy (8), Harrison Levy (6) and Lena Levy (3). She also leaves behind her beloved sisters and brothers, Susan Stonehill, Harry Steven Stonehill and Michael Stonehill (Anita) in Virginia and Kathy Carp (Ernesto) in Switzerland as well as many nieces, nephews, aunts and cousins whom she loved dearly. She is preceded in death by her mother Lourdes B. Stonehill (2005) and her father Harry Solomon Stonehill (2002). Elizabeth (Liz) was born April 27, 1952 in Manila, Philippines and lived there until she was 10 years old when her family moved to Mexico City, Mexico and then Vancouver, Canada followed by Beverly Hills, CA where she graduated from Beverly Hills High School. She attended Pine Manor, a small liberal arts college only a few miles outside of Boston where she starred in various theatrical performances. Soon after, she met Leon Levy in Los Angeles and married him in Bangkok, Thailand while they were working abroad in the jewelry business. They raised a family together in beautiful Palm Springs for many years and remained close after their 17-year marriage. Liz earned a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in Education and was a Special Education Teacher for 22 years. During this time, she had the opportunity to touch the lives and hearts of so many wonderful students. Liz lived in Palm Springs, CA since 1981 and loved the profound beauty of the mountains, palm trees, sunshine, clear blue skies and dark starry nights. She had traveled the entire world to understand what glorious views Palm Springs held and considered it majestic. Liz's contagious laughter, infectious smile, zest for life, open-mindedness, fun and loving nature will be missed tremendously. She was an amazing, one of a kind mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, niece, teacher and dear friend to so many. She will remain in our hearts always and forevermore. For those of you who knew her and the joy she shared, please join us for a celebration of her life on Thursday, January 30th, 2020 at 10:00am at Wiefels Palm Springs, 690 S. Vella Road, Palm Springs, CA 92264. Following the memorial service is the funeral procession for burial at Desert Memorial Park, 31-705 Da Vall Drive, Cathedral City, CA 92234. Reception following at Liz's home of nearly 40 years.
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Wiefels Cremation and Funeral Services
690 South Vella Road
Palm Springs, CA 92264
Past Services ╲╱
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