Michael Levin, 73, passed away peacefully on Oct. 28 surrounded by his family. He lived with lung cancer for almost 12 years and his courage and strength was an inspiration to all. He was an advocate for the Lung Cancer Alliance and lobbied Congress in Washington for greater lung cancer funding and research. He spread awareness for CT scans to ensure early detection. He was the well-respected owner of Levin Industries, a family-owned company specializing in sign manufacturing and outdoor advertising. He was an avid golfer and enjoyed world travel with his wife, family and friends. His proudest achievements were his children and grandchildren. A native Atlantan, he was predeceased by his parents: Sally and Sol Levin; his sister, Flora Levin; and his sister-in-law, Jane Lefco, all of blessed memory.
He is survived by his loving wife of 51 years, Ann; son, David (Ilene) Levin; daughter, Leigh (Mathew) Nathan; grandchildren: Aaron and Lily Levin, Rachel, Rebecca and Jordan Nathan; niece, Leah (Evan) Seidenberg; nephew, Michael Lefco, and brother-in-law, Stan Lefco. The family would like to thank Dr. Colleen Austin, Dr. John E. Moore, Dr. Peter Possert and all of their staff for their years of remarkable care.
Please make donations to the William Breman Jewish Home (www.wbjh.org), Lung Cancer Alliance (lungcanceralliance.org) or the charity of your choice. A graveside service was held Oct. 30, 2018 at Arlington Memorial Park with Rabbi Neil Sandler officiating. Arrangements by Dressler’s Jewish Funeral Care, Atlanta.