Members of the Joseph Levine family and Elliot Rosen were recognized for their community service and leadership at a recent ceremony.
The Joseph Levine family, collectively and as individuals, have contributed time, talent and resources to enrich the Greater Philadelphia Jewish community now and in the future. For their philanthropy and volunteer leadership of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, Golden Slipper Club & Charities and the Klein JCC, Joseph Levine and his sons, Adam, Brian and Jonathan, were honored recently with the Martins Run Award for Community Service.
Each member of the family, the fourth and fifth generations of Levines to operate the Joseph Levine & Sons Funeral Home, has also taken a leadership role in their respective synagogues — Har Zion Temple, Congregation Beth Or, Temple Sinai and Lower Merion Synagogue.
At the May 15 ceremony, Elliot Rosen received Martins Run 12th annual Leadership Award for his exemplary service to both the professional and Jewish community. Rosen is a worthy recipient in both realms, bringing comfort to numerous families in his role as funeral director for Joseph Levine & Sons, and serving in key leadership positions in Federation and several of its partner agencies.
Rosen is an active member of Har Zion Temple and has served on its executive board and has been an officer and trustee of Martins Run.