Daryl Levan

Daryl Levan

Thursday, September 29th, 1966 Saturday, March 14th, 2020

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Obituary for Daryl H. Levan

In consideration of Health and Safety Precautions, the family of Daryl H. Levan has decided to cancel the public services that were originally planned for this week. A public memorial service will be planned at a later date.

Daryl H. Levan, 53, of Maxatawny Twp., passed away on Saturday, March 14, 2020 in Lehigh Valley Hospital - Cedar Crest.
Born in West Reading, he was the son of Joyce E. (Hummel) Levan, Maxatawny Twp.; and the late Home C. Levan.  Daryl was a 1984 graduate of Kutztown High School.  He worked for Wal-Mart, Wyomissing; and PennDOT - Driver's License Center, Shillington.  Daryl was a member of Frieden's Church, Lenhartsville.  He was a member of Helping Wheels Club.  Daryl enjoyed hunting, country music, going to casinos, car shows, NASCAR, and going to races at Action Track in Kutztown.  He loved his grand-puppies and especially enjoyed going to his nieces and nephews activities.     
Surviving in addition to his mother are his siblings:  Barry L. Levan, husband of Robin, Greenwich Twp.; Barbara J. (Levan), wife of Scott Snyder, Greenwich Twp.; Debra E. (Levan), wife of Michael Turner, Ruscombmanor Twp.; and Michael D. Levan, companion of Kris Krause, Upper Macungie Twp.; and nieces and nephews: Olivia Deysher, Aaron Snyder, Kellsey Turner, Kirkland Turner, Kyren Turner, Tyler Krause and Brandon Krause.  Daryl was predeceased by a nephew: Zachary Snyder.     
UPDATED SERVICE INFORMATION: Services will be held private at the convenience of the family. Burial will follow in Frieden's Cemetery, Lenhartsville. Memorial contributions may be sent to Frieden's Church, P.O. Box 221, Lenhartsville, PA 19534.  For online condolences, please visit,

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So sorry to hear about this great young man and friend. Love was always a Part of ur family. U will be missed by many. God bless.
Comment | Posted at 07:20pm via Condolence

Teri Ehrich

My sincere condolences to Daryl's family. I was hoping to see you this evening and share my memories of him. As a young nurse, I took care of Daryl long ago, immediately after his injury. I want you to know that I never forgot him, and I am so sorry to learn of his passing. As horrible as everything was at that time, he smiled a lot, which is what I will never forget. He did not smile when I put messages on the bottom of his sneakers when he was in bed however, and I would never tell him what they said (Usually just smiley faces). He was such a great kid who really came to mean a lot to me and I was so proud of him. I remember visiting him at the rehab and loved seeing the progress he made. I saw him years later at the DMV, he recognized me right away, but I had a hard time realizing he wasn't a teenager anymore. But I was still so proud of him. If family has pictures of him to share on here I would love to see them, I wish I had taken his picture back then. But even without pictures, i will always remember him.
Comment | Posted at 03:30pm via Condolence

Mike Kramer

Condolences to the Levan family, my thoughts and prayers to you all,
RIP Daryl my friend, I will miss detailing your vehicles and our conversations
with cars, car shows and more. Mike Kramer
Comment | Posted at 12:04pm via Condolence

LuAnn Wanamaker

Sending prayers and love to you and your family at this difficult time .
Roger and LuAnn
Our sincerest condolences. .
Comment | Posted at 07:59am via Condolence

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