Bob & Sue Levy
The last time that we saw Chandra Levy she was in a baby swing at the Levy’s where we were having dinner. Our daughter was born a year earlier.
We knew the Levy’s through the Ohio State University and Harding Hospital. We became close friends with Susan as she was an artist like my wife. Susan was energetic and creative and a joy to be with. When she met Bob, he had returned from Military duty in the Army in Korea. He was a medical student who was committed to helping find effective treatment of cancer.
In those days, we had fun going to the movies and I remember seeing Close Encounters with the Levy’s.
When they were engaged, they asked my wife and me to be a part of the wedding party and we enthusiastically accepted. A year or so later we went our separate ways in life, though in our hearts we remember Bob & Sue for their energy and joy. They should not be the one’s struck by such a horrible tragedy as losing their daughter to a brutal death.
These are very good people who remain committed to doing good deeds for humanity.
“For Levy family, trial won't bring an end to grief
Robert and Susan Levy's daughter disappeared on May 1, 2001. Her skeletal remains were found a year later. The investigation of her murder is ongoing.Video by Pierre Kattar/washingtonpost.com
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, October 18, 2010; 1:12 AM
MODESTO, CALIF. - The Levys had just finished a family vacation to Hershey, Pa. Robert Levy drove the rental car to Metro Center in the District, kissed his daughter, Chandra, on the head, said goodbye and headed to the airport with his wife.”