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L.A. Superior Court Judge Gerald J. Levie, 66

November 27, 1986

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Gerald J. Levie, appointed to the court in 1980 after spending years in private practice as a successful criminal attorney, died Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He was 66 and died after a heart attack and subsequent bypass surgery.

Levie was named on March 11, 1980, by then-Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. to one of 20 new Los Angeles County Superior Court judgeships created by the Legislature.

A memorial service is scheduled for Levie on Dec. 5 in Department 1 of the Superior Court. Levie is survived by his wife, Peggy; six children, and four grandchildren. The family suggests contributions in his name to a scholarship fund at Loyola Law School, where Levie graduated after World War II.

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