Steven Levine Obituary, Death – Steven Alan Levine 23rd of March, 1946 – 16th of January, 2023 His wicked style of humor brought a smile to everyone’s face and he was the life of the party. He was born and reared in Los Angeles, and is the son of boxer George Levine and Vivian Levine, who operate the Blacklite Bar. He is survived by his dedicated daughter Jennifer, his cherished grandson Maximus, his ex-wives Teri and Jamie, as well as his stepdaughter Lauren. His stepdaughter Lauren is also his stepdaughter. Steve was a member of the ViCounts basketball team at Hamilton High School, where he also played football. He then continued his athletic career at the University of Arizona, where he played football.
After graduating from college, he worked as a sports DJ in Reno in addition to tending bar at his parent’s establishment and the Sports Page. After that, he was able to launch a fruitful career in real estate that stretched more than four decades. But he was so much more than simply an agent since he became a close friend of each and every one of his customers. After spending the previous 17 years at Hilton + Hyland, where he was employed with his daughter Jennifer, he just joined Carolwood Partners. Steve wed his first wife, Teri Mandell, in 1970; the couple were married for a total of 22 years and co-parented their daughter Jennifer during that time. Jennifer was named after Teri.
He coached the Beverly Hills Little League for many years, was an ardent golfer, and an amazing tennis player, all while establishing himself as a top agent with Asher Dann & Associates. He was a true athlete and loved competing in a wide variety of games. They went their own ways once their daughter moved away to attend college in San Francisco. After thereafter, he wed his second wife, Jamie Nugent; nevertheless, despite the fact that they were divorced after 10 years of marriage, Steve maintained a strong relationship with both Teri and Jamie. Steve was the most hilarious, astute, champion, and friend there ever was. Because of his quick wit and unbreakable charisma, he could put anybody at ease anyplace. He never stopped cheering for the underdog and was the one whose friends, coworkers, and family members felt the greatest support from him.