Andrea Levy Obituary, Death – After undergoing her second lung transplant on December 10, Andrea Levy Goldman passed away. It is with unfathomable grief and anguish that I have to share the news with everyone that she has passed away. She experienced a series of strokes in the hours that followed the surgery, and she went away calmly and without pain or suffering last night. The surgery was a tremendous success, but for reasons that not even the surgical team can understand, she had a number of strokes in the hours that followed. We are heartbroken beyond belief. There is a lot that I want to say and that I feel the need to say, but there is no way that I can possibly articulate everything right now or here. But here’s the situation as it stands right now:
We have a “village” of friends and family who have been there for us through the years, and we are so thankful for their support.
Andrea was an amazing fighter, and those of you who knew her well are aware of the fact that she was an inspiration to others. To those who did not, my deepest condolences for the loss of the opportunity to do so; nevertheless, I do hope that you will one way or another learn what a superhuman she was. She left an impression and served as an inspiration in the lives of a vast number of people, including the many doctors, nurses, and staff members she met during her life while battling cystic fibrosis, malignancies, and an innumerable number of operations, lung transplants, etc. We take solace in the comments of those individuals who have shared with us how the way they practice medicine has been irrevocably altered as a direct result of Andrea’s influence.
I sincerely hope that will be one of many legacies she leaves behind. She was and always will be a beacon of hope for our family and for everyone else who had the good fortune to know her. I beg you, do not be timid. If you’d like, you can get in touch. Attend the funeral if it is at all possible for you. More information will be provided at a later time, but it will take place on Tuesday morning at Bnai Torah in Boca.
You may honor her in the most crucial way by showing gratitude for every second of every day that you have together. Be present in the here and now with every inhale and exhale, and with every smell. Not taking anything, even our health, for granted. loving all of those that are close to you. bringing about positive change and an impact on all of those that are surrounding you. Find the strength to love and make an influence in whatever your community or neighborhood may be. Put an end to this nonsense. Put an end to this petty behavior.
Put an end to your anxiety over everything that lies ahead. Things are going to happen regardless of whether or not you worry about them, but fretting will only distract you from the here and now. Be in this moment. with whoever is present in the room with you. Love and compassion both. This is the main consideration. Compassion, empathy, and love should guide your daily life. Keep her memory alive and try to live up to what she stood for. And I ask that you instill the same values in your offspring.