Richard Steven Levine, 76, of Randolph, NJ, suddenly passed away on May 15, 2023, after a heart attack.
Born January 1947, in Pittsburgh, PA, Richard was the son of the late Ishmael and Rosalind Levine. Richard received a BS in Chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University.
He went onto the University of Illinois where he received his Master’s degree in chemistry. He and his wife, Susan (daughter of the late Harry and Elsie Abramson), moved to NJ. Together they became successful entrepreneurs. They founded Industrial Corrosion Management / ICM Laboratories. Richard and his wife sold the business after 25 years and retired in Randolph, NJ.
Richard and Susan recently celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary. He is also survived by his daughter, Alisa Levine Seelig (Eric Seelig) of Antioch, IL; his two granddaughters, Samantha and Lauren Seelig; and his sister, Susan (Levine) Abrams (wife of the late Bruce Abrams) of Pittsburgh, PA.
Richard was world renowned for being an expert in corrosion in very large air conditioning systems. He was an avid gardener and computer programmer. He loved vacationing in Hawaii. He will be greatly missed by his 2 miniature schnauzers Charlie & Teddy.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Interfaith Food Pantry Network (mcifp.org) or Tunnel to Towers (t2t.org). All arrangements are private by Tuttle Funeral Home, Randolph (Tuttlefh.com).