Saying Goodbye To An Old Friend

The world got a little less interesting now that this big, bold, brash guy has left it.

Jeff Levine

I have not posted in Compliance Building while I’ve been trying to deal with this loss.

My best friend, Jeff Levine, was diagnosed with cancer just before Thanksgiving. He lost his battle against the disease last week.

Jeff and I had been friends since high school. We grew up on the same street. Went to high school together. Went to college together. Snowboarded together. Biked together. Laughed together. Cried together.

I’ve been in Los Angeles this week saying goodbye to him, surrounded by his family and friends. There are many stories to tell and remember. His legacy will live on.

I had registered for this summer’s Pan-Mass Challenge to raise money for cancer research last week. I got the call from Jeff’s sister two days later that Jeff had taken a turn for the worse and was not going make it through the day.

One of Jeff’s legacy’s will be me riding my bike in his memory. If you are interested in supporting me you can make a donation using the links below. 100% of the donation goes to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Click here to make $25 donation

Click here to make a $50 donation

Click here to make a $100 donation

Click here to make a $250 donation

Click here to make a $500 donation

Click here to make a $1,000 donation

Click here to make a donation of any other amount

Subscribe

Subscribe to have new articles from Compliance Building sent to your inbox.

Comments are closed.