Monday, September 13, 2021
12:00 PM EDT
Ahavas Israel Cemetery
1801 Garfield Ave NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Please follow the livestream link above to view Steven's service. If the livestream fails, a recording of the service will be available about 1hour following the service at a link to be provided.
At the family's request memorial contributions are to be made to those listed below. Please forward payment directly to the memorial of your choice.
Congregation Ahavas Israel
2727 Michigan Street NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
A form is available on the website to properly route your donation. Alternatively, enter Steven Levenburg on the memo line of a check.
Michael J Fox Foundation
P.O. Box 5014
Hagerstown, MD 21741-5014
If donating by mail, please address envelope to:
The Michael J. Fox Foundation
Life Story / Obituary
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Steven O Levenburg (76) of Grand Rapids, MI passed away on September 12th, surrounded by his loving family and close friends.
Steven was born to Victor and Anita Levenburg on January 1, 1945.
Steven is survived by his sister, Carole (Max) Harris of Minnetonka, MN, daughter, Kimberly (Ken Nelson) Levenburg of Algonquin, Ill, daughter Lesley Guynes of Atlanta, GA, son, Adam Levenburg of Oregon, and daughter, Sarah (Scott Jones) Levenburg of Grand Rapids, MI. Grandchildren, Elliott (Sandra) McGillivray, Cooper and Oliver Guynes, and Liam Jones. Great-grandchildren Ariana and Dominic McGillivray.
Niece and nephews, Jennifer (Chad) Pearson, Jonathan (Noelle) Harris and Michael (Amy) Harris. Also his special friend, Phyllis Keith.
Steve was born and raised in West Michigan. He graduated from Creston High school. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Ferris State University and later returned to Western Michigan University and earned his MBA.
One of Steven’s favorite past times was spending his Saturday afternoons at the BIG House for Wolverine Football.
(He was alumni and held season tickets for 30+ years) GO BLUE!
He also loved to travel and some of his favorite destinations were Switzerland, France and Hawaii. Steve was also a lifetime member of Congregation Ahavas Israel.
His graveside service will be held on Monday, September 13, 2021 at 12 Noon at Ahavas Israel Cemetery, 1801 Garfield Avenue NW.
Steven will be remembered for his sense of humor and genuine love for life. Steven was a loyal donor to the Michael J. Fox Foundation with hopes to help find a cure for Parkinson’s Disease. Steven lived with Parkinson’s disease for several years, but always chose to look at his glass half full.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that you please make a donation to the Michael J. Fox Foundation or to Congregation Ahavas Israel.
To share a memory, sign his guestbook, or find the link to the service livestream, visit www.heritagelifestory.com