Robert Levine of West Babylon, N.Y.
I wonder if his voice sounded like my Dad’s – and realize that it doesn’t matter, because somebody misses his voice every single day.
- Jonathon, age 13
Quilt Square by Kim Monins (Jersey, United Kingdom)
In a solemn ceremony in Central Park on Monday October 1, 2001, thousands paid tribute to the more than 700 employees of Cantor Fitzgerald who were lost in the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center. Cantor occupied floors 101 and 103-105 of the 110 story North Tower. They lost every New York employee who was in the building — more than 700 of the roughly 1,000 who worked there.
One of those employees was Robert Levine.
Robert Levine, age 56, of West Babylon N.Y. Robert was a husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, cousin, friend, and neighbor.
We know that words cannot fill the hole left behind when Robert left this earth. Yet today we offer our words in rememberance, as words are all we have. We are thankful for Robert and sorry that he was taken too soon.
"Bobby Levine loved his family very much and was completely devoted to his wife, his daughter, and his grandchildren. He loved people, he loved his friends. He was a very hardworking, friendly, honorable, religious man. He was very very sociable, always talking to people. I never heard him say anything bad about anybody. He was a great guy, and it was a terrible tragedy what happened to him and the other 3,000 people that died that day."
Raymond, cousin of Robert, Garden City, N.Y.
“You will be missed and prayed for with love. God Bless You and Keep You!”
Cathy and Paul, former neighbors, Sandy, Utah
“Dear God, Shine your light on this wonderful man, Robert Levine of West Babylon, N.Y.
May his soul rest in peace with God and his angels, and may God bless his family and friends.”
Anonymous message left at legacy.com
May you know no more sorrow.