Levi Heintz always brought joy and laughter around him. He surrounded himself with friends and reflected good back into the world with a smile, a kind word or a helping hand.
His first yahrtzeit is approaching on Shabbos, 6 Elul, and his family has decided to write a Torah in his memory.
“Although we miss him, we are sure Levi would have wanted us to be happy – to celebrate life, friendships and togetherness. To best honor him and his legacy we are writing a Sefer Torah. As friends, family, and neighbors we can unite in the spirit of achdus, with much joy and celebration. Together we can complete this Sefer Torah which will serve as a living memory of Levi’s kindness and the special soul that he was, and is, forever,” they said.
Please join in writing and celebrating Levi’s Torah. Every time this Torah is read, you will have an extra zechus and elevate Levi’s neshama again and again! Thank you from our family to yours and to klal Yisroel.
The Torah will be completed on Sunday, 7 Elul – August 15, in front of the Kosher Pizza Shop on Kingston Avenue, where Levi worked and made many friends, whom he was always there for with a listening ear and a helping hand.