Courtesy of Her Loving Husband, Richard M. Levy, Captain, United States Navy (retired)
Audrey Jeanne Levy, 53, of Chesapeake, Virginia, passed away at home with her family around her on July 18, 2004.
Audrey bravely battled pancreatic cancer for two years before peacefully succumbing during an afternoon nap.
Born in Annapolis, Maryland, she was the daughter of Norma Jeanne Green of Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, and the late Edward Earl Green. She graduated with honors from the Annapolis Senior High School in 1969 where she was a member of the National Honor Society.
Following her high school graduation she worked at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, where she met her soon-to-be-husband. Upon his graduation from the brigade of Midshipman, the two married at the Academy and traveled throughout the world to a variety duty stations.
Audrey was readily employed at each duty station in the Human Relations Departments assisting others with their career aspirations. Audrey finally retired from her civil service position as a Human Resources Specialist for the United States Navy in 2002 to fight her disease and be at home with her family.
Besides her Mother, Audrey is survived by her loving husband of thirty-one years, Captain Richard M. Levy U.S.N., retired and her two sons Eric Wade Levy and Matthew Scott Levy. Her sister Patricia Ann Green of Orange County, California, and her brother Dr. Charles Edward Green and wife Linda of Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania, also survive her.
Services were presided over by Reverend Jack Minnick which were held Wednesday, July 21,2004 at the Oman Funeral Home & Chapel in Chesapeake, Virginia. Her interment in Arlington National Cemetery was on 17 August 2004.
LEVY, AUDREY J
- DATE OF BIRTH: 04/22/1951
- DATE OF DEATH: 07/18/2004
- BURIED AT: SECTION 66 SITE 3820
- ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
- WIFE OF LEVY, RICHARD MARK CAPT US NAVY
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