• Date Of Birth: September 24, 1949
  • Date Of Death: December 9, 2021
  • City: Trenton
  • State: New Jersey

Anne B. Levy (nee Lieberman), 72, died peacefully, surrounded by family, in the home she shared with her beloved husband, Harold, and their sweet dog, Chloe, in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Anne is survived by Harold and Chloe, her sister-in-law Debbie Lieberman, Debbie’s son Marc and his family, Anne’s step-daughters, Wendy and Jackie, Jackie’s family, and numerous friends and relatives.

Anne was born on September 24, in Trenton, N.J., to the late Harold and Adele Lieberman. A few years after Anne’s arrival, her baby brother, Steve, was born, who pre-deceased her. Throughout their childhood and into their adult years, Anne and Steve maintained a close relationship filled with laughter. When Steve married Debbie, Anne welcomed her into the family, and Anne was a doting aunt to Marc. In Anne’s final year, Debbie left her home in New Jersey and moved in with Harold and Anne to help care for her ailing sister-in-law.

A bright child, Anne excelled in school and graduated from Trenton High School in 1967, and attended Monmouth University. Anne was a great storyteller, who brought vivid detail, comedic timing, and an earthy sense of humor to her tales. One of her favorite stories from her youth includes the time she won a dance contest, at the age of nine, by doing a lively version of “The Bristol Stomp.”

As a young adult, Anne lived at home, taking care of her parents, until she married Harold in 1993. She and Harold briefly made their home in Middletown, N.J., before moving to Howell and Ocean, also in N.J. In 2009, Harold and Anne became year-round residents of Port St. Lucie, Florida. Anne was happy to leave behind the snow and sleet of New Jersey winters.

In 1999, Anne retired from the State of New Jersey after 25 years of employment as an Executive Secretary. She enjoyed retirement, as it gave her ample time for her favorite activities: shopping, playing with the dog, spending time with friends and family, and making a pleasant and comfortable home.

Anne is remembered for her warmth and sense of humor, her love for her husband, the fun she had with their dogs, and her excellent cooking skills—especially in the lost art of making traditional Jewish American specialties like chopped liver and stuffed breast of veal.