Hannah Levy Obituary Washington, Remembering Hannah Levy

Hannah Levy Obituary, Death – Hannah Rae Levy, who was just 33 years old when she passed away on July 3, 2023, was taken from us unexpectedly. It is with the deepest regret that we share the news of her loss. Hannah spent her whole life in the greater Washington, District of Columbia area, a location that she cherished and in which she left an indelible mark on a variety of fronts, including the personal as well as the professional.

Hannah was a devoted wife to Andy Gruhin, and she had only lately realized her lifelong ambition of being a mother to their son, Bobby Indigo Gruhin. Hannah is survived by her husband and son, as well as her parents, Stephen Levy and Lois Zuckerman, sister Nora Gorenstein (née Levy), brother-in-law Eric Gorenstein, and nieces Sofia and Jackie. In addition to her husband and son, Hannah is also survived by her parents. In addition to this, she is survived by her grandmother, also known as Hannah’s best friend, Estelle Zuckerman, who is referred to as her “GG.”

Hannah is survived by her mother-in-law Susan Bierman, her father-in-law Mark Gruhin, her sister-in-law Sami Gruhin, and her brother-in-law Alex Gruhin, along with his wife Ariel and their daughter Daphne, on the side of her husband’s family. Hannah is also survived by her husband.

Hannah was a highly successful professional who played a crucial role in Beekeeper Group, a public affairs firm located in Washington, DC. Hannah was the first employee to join the company in 2010 and took on the role of intern. Through her commitment, hard work, and forward-thinking approach, she eventually rose through the ranks to become a Partner. Her contributions have had an unforgettable impression on the company as a whole, since she was a driving force behind the development of both the company’s operations and its overall strategy.

In addition to this, Hannah was a significant figure in the public affairs world as a whole. She was the leader of the influential industry program Advocacy Leaders Network, she was the leader of the Beekeeper Group’s annual Buzz Advocacy Summit, she was recently appointed to the Board of The Advocacy Association, and she was engaged with both the Public Affairs Council and Women in Government Relations.

Hannah’s steadfast dedication to her family, friends, work, and community will be the thing that people remember most about her. In place of sending flowers, Hannah’s family respectfully requests that anyone who wish to show their condolences think about making a contribution in Hannah’s memory to a fund for baby Bobby. On Friday, July 7, at eleven in the morning, there will be funeral services held at the Garden of Remembrance.