Epstein Hillel School honored Sheryl Lappin-Levy and Eric Levy ’80 at the 30th Annual Gala in the historic Cabot Theater in Beverly on Nov. 8. Nearly 300 community members came together to honor the Levys and their commitment to Jewish life on the North Shore. Attendees enjoyed a night of hilarity and mind-bending magic by Netflix original star Justin Willman.
Eric is a graduate of Hillel, class of ’80, and the eldest of four brothers: Mark ’81, Michael ’82 and Andrew ’84. Eric has been an active leader in the community and has served both on the boards and in leadership positions at Hillel and The Jewish Journal, as well as on the board of the Jewish Federation of the North Shore, Jewish Community Center of the North Shore and Temple Beth El (now Shirat Hayam). He is the former Chairman of the Board of Aviv Centers for Living (now part of Chelsea Jewish Lifecare).
He credits his Hillel education with creating the foundation for everything he has accomplished.
Sheryl is a lifelong resident of Marblehead. She is a former Women’s Division president of the Jewish Federation of the North Shore, as well as former co-president of CHA’s Parent Organization. Sheryl is a regular volunteer in the kindergarten at Epstein Hillel School, serves as co-chair of the North Shore Advisory Committee of CJP and is a member of the CJP Lion of Judah event committee, as well as the JCC Jewish Book Month Committee.
Their children, Joshua ’06 and Rebecca, both attended Hillel and presented the Dr. Bennett I. Solomon Leadership Award to their parents onstage.
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