Grant H. Levin, age 60, of Dacula, Georgia passed away surrounded by family and friends on Friday, June 22, 2018. He was born in Miami, Florida, and attended Southwest Miami High School, and Miami-Dade College. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Linda Levin; children, Jennifer Roche (Joshua), Heather Bennett (Matthew), Tiffany Levin, and Corey Levin (Anna); grandchildren Addison and Colton Roche; parents Martin and Beverly Levin; sisters, Eileen Allen and Susan Sobolowski (Brian). Grant was a loving and devoted husband, father, and grandfather. He was also a wonderful son and “the best big brother anyone could ask for.” He was a kind and gentle man, and truly made a difference in the lives around him. He was very proud of all his children. One of Grant’s greatest passions was sports. He was a diehard Hurricanes fan. He soon added the Chattanooga Mocs and Titans. Grant played football through high school, and golf through high school and college. He truly found his calling in mentoring others, having coached JV football at Southwest Miami HS, as well as football and basketball in Gwinnett County’s Rec leagues. It was his coaching skills and dedication which led his son, Corey, to play football in college as well as the NFL. Among Grant’s greatest joys was spending time with his loved ones. His trips to football games, to Hilton Head Island and to Cherokee with his wife were all treasured traditions. Grant worked for Publix Supermarkets since 1987, where he started his career in Miami and transferred in 1992 to the Northeast Atlanta area. Family and friends are invited to celebrate the life of Grant Levin on Tuesday, June 26, 2018. Visitation will be from 1-3pm, Service will immediately follow at Wages & Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA. In lieu of flowers, please donate to The National Pancreas Foundation at in memory of Grant Levin for Acute Pancreatitis awareness and research.

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  1. Linda, we are so sorry for your loss. Our love and prayers are with you and your family.

  2. We are so sorry for your loss. Grant was an incredible friend, really like a brother. He will be sorely missed. Our prayers are with the entire family during this most difficult time.

  3. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I worked with Grant in Flowery Branch and had a great admiration for him. He was a very hard worker and a very kind man.

  4. Kyle and I r so sorry for Y’alls loss. It has just broke our heart. We love Yall and if there is anything we can do for y’all, please let us know. Our thoughts and Prayers r with U!

  5. Susan I an so sorry for the loss of your brother, Keeping you and family and friends in my prayers

  6. Susan, Jerry and I extend our sincere sympathy in the loss of your brother. May the Lord bless and comfort you and your family.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  7. I am deeply saddened by this, Grant was a good friend, We had many good times playing golf, eating lunch or just talking at work, he was so proud of his family. The world lost a great man! Thoughts & Prayers to Linda & the family.

  8. Grant was a peaceful soul and a joy to be around. His and Linda’s love of family was very evident. We all will miss him and pray for God’s peace to all his family and friends.

  9. I loved talking Canes football with Grant.
    He always talked about his children.
    He got me following the Titains.
    Heaven just gained a special angel!
    You all are in my prayers

  10. Grant was such a positive part of my management team at Publix 569, Hamilton Mill. He loved the people he worked with and was a fantastic training and role model. He always talked about his family and how important they were to him. I’ll never forget how proud he was to tell me his son Cory had been drafted by the Tennessee Titans. Grant you will be missed… until we meet again, you all are in my thoughts and prayers

  11. Susan, I am so sorry for your loss … praying for you and your precious family during this difficult time.

  12. We will always remember Grant’s smile 😃. We’ll never forget the times with your family at UTC football 🏈 games. Our prayers will continue for your family!🙏🏻

  13. My heart aches for your precious family. I’m so very sorry for your loss. Grant was such a nice man devoted to his family. Much love and hugs to you all.

  14. Linda, I’m so sorry for your loss. I have watch your beautiful family grow and saw how much Grant loved you and his family. You will be in my prayers asking that God will comfort you in this difficult time.

  15. God bless you all during this time of sorrow. No words can express my sadness. Grant will be missed. Hugs to all of you.

  16. What a great guy to be around. Enjoyed are times at Dacula High School watching his
    son Corey playing for the Falcons! My prayers are out to the family and we will miss you Grant

  17. Sorry for your loss ,praying for your family .Grant was a friend and coworker, Rest in peace my friend.

  18. So sorry to hear of your family’s loss, my prayers go out to you all. Grant was always friendly to me and I enjoyed spending time with him and Corey on the football field for the rec league Falcons.

  19. Linda, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sending love and healing thoughts to all of you.

  20. It breaks my heart to hear this – Grant was such a great friend to the Croker family. We had so many great times together coaching football and basketball. He was so positive and upbeat the kids loved him and the coaches loved him. The kids played their hearts out for him. He will be missed tremendously. Prayers for you all.

  21. Condolences to Linda, and your Children. May Gods Love and Strength carry you all at this difficult time. Grant was always a Gentleman, as is Linda. I have very fond memories of then from our days at Southwest, along with Coach Levin. Prayers tp,you all.

  22. My prayers are with Linda & the family at this time..May you all find the strength to get through this time…Let the memories of Grant fill your heart with love…🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

  23. So very sorry to hear this news. Grant was one of the nicest people I ever met. Always had a kind word for everyone. He will be so sorely missed. I especially enjoyed his stories about his kids and grandkids. Sending my deepest sympathies to Linda and family. With love … Tami

  24. My deepest sympathies Linda to you and your children. Words cannot ease your pain but know you are being thought of as you go through these difficult days.

  25. Our deepest sympathies go to you and your entire family Linda. We have so many great memories of you and your family in all levels of baseball and football thru Junior High and High school with Brandyn and Cory. You have such a caring, loving and peaceful family that carried over to you children and grand children. We loved every birthday, graduation and wedding that we attended with your family. Grant was Mark’s “brother from another mother like no other” as they would laugh and have such a great time at every family event. May Jesus continue to give you and your family grace and strength with amazing memories of Grant.

  26. My thoughts and prayers are with you all today and in the difficult days ahead. Beautiful memories will keep Grant alive in the hearts of all who knew and loved him forever. May you be granted peace, May the love that surrounds you uplift you and comfort you. ❤️

  27. So sorry to hear this sad news. You guys are in my thoughts and prayers Thinking of you all. What a beautiful family

  28. I knew Grant through work, and I found him and his family to be good people. We were acquaintances, the sort of folks who worked together at one time (in our case over 10 years ago) and would recognize and say hello if we saw each other out somewhere. While I did not know him well, I knew his professional reputation and I knew it was well earned. In addition, the love he had for his family (especially is wife) was clear.

    Grant’s family are in the thoughts and prayers of my family. May the Lord bring you peace.

  29. I am sorry for your loss. Losing someone can bring so much heartache and pain. Turning to the Scriptures can really help us cope during difficult times like this. Acts 24:15 has a beautiful promise of a resurrection for those we have lost in death. May God provide you with peace and comfort now, and in the days ahead.

  30. Sorry to hear about your lost I know it can be difficult to see the brighter side of things when we are faced with these trials but god does promise us that we will have a ressurection and soon we will be reunited with our loved ones again my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family (acts 24:15)

  31. Rest In Peace my will be missed by many. We came to Atlanta area same time as Grant’s family withPublix and have worked together several times over the 25 years.My condolences to the family. ❤️🙏

  32. I love you dad. We are so broken. Going to miss you dearly everyday of the rest of our lives. #PaForever #Hope

  33. I have known Grant since I played football for his father at SW Miami High School 1970-1973. As a representative for the SW Miami HS Class of 1973, we would like to pay our respects to the Levin family for their loss.. Rest In Peace Grant, we will see you soon!

  34. Linda I was so sorry to hear of the unexpected passing of Grant. Will always remember you two in high school. I hope you’re many memories of both good times and bad bring you and your family comfort during this difficult time. Sorry I was not able to make the service. God bless you. He was a lucky man for sure ❤️

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