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Dr. Stanley D. Levine
February 4, 1929 ~ June 3, 2023 (age 94) 94 Years Old
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Dr. Stanley D. Levine of Sonoma, CA, died peacefully on June 3, 2023, surrounded by family. He was a caring husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather who lived a vibrant dedicated life.
Stan was born on February 4, 1929 in Des Moines, Iowa. He was a much celebrated and beloved obstetrician/gynecologist, delivering more than 2000 babies during his lifetime. After attending medical school at the University of Iowa, he worked at Mills-Peninsula Hospital in San Mateo, California. Always passionate about his work, he continued to practice through his 90th year at Sonoma Valley Community Health Clinic and Sonoma Valley Community Hospital. He was generous with his time- mentoring, consulting, and supporting, always thinking about the needs of the individual patient and beloved by those who worked with him. Most recently, he became the inspiration for his grandson, Jonah, to enter the field of medicine.
Stan lived an active life with many interests. Tennis was his passion and brought him much joy throughout his entire life. He loved to play tennis with his friends and encouraged all generations of his family to love the game. He never missed an opportunity to celebrate Roger Federer! Stan loved his shelty dogs. Happiest with many puppies and dogs around him, he and his wife, Maryann, raised many beautiful champions. He enjoyed traveling around the world with Maryann. Stan lovingly brought his family together twice a year for vacations at Lake Tahoe and Palm Desert creating strong family bonds. Stan possessed a curious mind, a prodigious memory and was a voracious reader. We often heard, “What is the capital of …?” challenging his family to join him in a playful game of learning. Growing grapes for wine and creating a lovely garden nourished and sustained him.
Stan is survived by his wife, Maryann Levine, of 46 years with whom he shared a beautiful life. He is also survived by his three daughters Barbie, Shifra, and Beth Levine and was pre-deceased by his daughter, Laura Marquez Christian, all of whom adore him. He leaves behind beautiful grandchildren and great grandchildren.
A private memorial service is planned. Those who would like to honor Stan may send a donation to Sonoma Volunteer Firefighters Association (630 2nd Street West Sonoma California 95476) for their amazing emergency services.