Memory Book

JamieOn January 17, 2004, we lost a very good friend in Jamie Levine. She will be forever missed and we set up this page as a tribute to the times we remember spending with her. If you knew Jamie, please feel free to leave a comment below. If you have any pictures you’d like to share, please feel free to post links to view them or CONTACT US for info on the gallery.

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51 entries.
Rich from Los Angeles wrote on March 25, 2021 at 5:23 pm
I couldn’t make Jamie’s birthday, but I went by the cemetery today to visit. We all miss you Jamie. I hope that many critters come to visit you on the mountain.
Rich wrote on December 26, 2020 at 5:57 am
Merry Christmas to all of Jamie’s family & friends.
David from portola wrote on October 20, 2020 at 10:39 pm
Dear jamie,
the world turns in whirly bits, sometimes i see you in the light,
i hear your smile voice.
i want my bubby.
then it is silent and i wait. i dont know what i am waiting for, until i see you in the night sky and i laugh at myself. the whole world says jamie. i am forever your bubby.
David from chico wrote on July 14, 2020 at 10:48 pm
somewhere over the rainbow, blue birds fly, birds fly over the rainbow, why then oh why can't I?
David from chico wrote on May 22, 2020 at 7:55 pm
I keep trying to write jamies story, or really our story. It is nearly impossible to capture jamie in a book. she is a genius. If only I could talk to her again.
it is hard to speak Levine speak without her.


Rich wrote on March 25, 2020 at 11:23 pm
I’m a few days late, but I’m sitting at your gravesite now, & someone put lovely pinwheels with Gerber daisies at the site, which was brilliant. It’s always so peaceful here. I hope that lots of critters still come to visit you here. I also hope that Curtis, Dori, David, & all your friends are hanging in there during this crazy time in the world. Your laugh always brought us comfort. Belated happy birthday.
Dorijune from Portola wrote on March 21, 2020 at 2:52 am
I miss my sweet Jamie so much. Her birthday is in a few days and I remember the laughter. She was born in Colorado March 23 1975 on a snowy night. Her heart is in my heart . I remember the warm hugs.
Dorijune from Portola wrote on February 8, 2020 at 9:03 pm
I dreamed Jamie this early morning. Such a gift. My heart is thanking her for the gift. I miss David and Jamie all the time. They both have big loving hearts and enjoy helping people. Kindness. That is David and Jamie. I have always told my children and husband about my first flowers of spring. I planted 75 tulip bulbs, purple and pink and yellow. I use to buy Jamie so many things in Purple. Then when she lived in Redondo Beach she decorated her home in green I said to her, I thought purple was you favorite color. She gave me that smile, and said mom purple is your favorite. one year on Mothers Day she took me to have my colors done, for make-up.... she bought me the most beautiful green eyeshadow. Her and I loved looking at make-up and nail polish colors. One more memory , Wayne had a nickname for Jamie, it was Jade.
David from Chico wrote on January 30, 2020 at 6:04 pm
if happy little blue birds fly over the rainbow why oh why cant i?
David levine from chico wrote on January 28, 2020 at 7:53 pm
There is a heart at the center of the world. there is a stream that flows from it. there is a bird that flies over the valley. then there is you a gerber daisy guarding it all with love. how i remember.
David from portola wrote on January 27, 2020 at 6:30 pm
Sometimes I feel like a piece of the dark night has taken me away, and then I have a memory of you. if your a little light then then i am a little light. there is light here. yes i rest in your light.

forever with me,

David Levine from Chico wrote on January 23, 2020 at 12:06 am
I love you Jamie. My heart has been really aching for your laughter, your creative life leasons and your tremendous love for the neatest things in the world.

Best David
Christy Baciocco from Klamath Falls wrote on January 19, 2020 at 1:29 am
I miss your beautiful smile, your kindness and your sweet, determined spirit every day. You will always be in my heart, and I am so very grateful for the time spent with you. Love you sweet lady.
MOM from Portola wrote on December 20, 2019 at 7:26 pm
I have found in the years past that I am most vulnerable at time of remembrance . The word anniversary no longer hols a promise of celebration. Instead, holidays contain an undertow of sorrow. If I get caught in it, I quickly get an undertow of sorrow. It is ironic that the presence of an absence can be so emotionally devastating . We still talk about our last precious Christmas together . The precious memories are always near. We will be together again in heaven. We miss Jamie and Wayne more each year. I am very thankful for all the friends that stay in touch. Robin always sends gifts that feel like Jamie picked them out. My hair shirt grows bigger and my love grows stronger. Merry Christmas and keep warm.
David from portola wrote on November 24, 2019 at 10:15 pm
where is the funnies? I guess it is a mad mad world. I look at your smiling face and I hear your laughter. you made me laugh everyday you were with us. you are a amazing person. I laughthrough my tears. you are always near.
Curtis Levine from Portola wrote on October 10, 2019 at 2:44 pm
Another day of missing you, my dearest Jamie. You are never far from my heart and thoughts.
David from portola wrote on August 3, 2019 at 11:10 pm
I have been away for some time now. So much life has happened right beneath my feet. I look at the clouds and the sky. I look at the stars and the moon. Then I wonder, maybe we are in a neighborhood right next door to heaven. maybe Jamie and Wayne are right there. maybe life is just that magical? It took 15 years to think this, but I still wonder, just maybe?
Curtis Levine from Portola wrote on April 28, 2019 at 5:14 pm
A sunny Sunday morning and celebration of beautiful spring weather. I saw a bluebird fly and wondered if it was Jamie checking up on me again. Shortly after Jamie passed, I was sitting in my vehicle looking out at Lake Davis with my arm resting on the window ledge thinking only of her. Out of the air a beautiful bluebird landed on the side mirror and looked at me with her sparkling eyes. She settled with a fluff and stayed while I spoke softly to her. Ever since that first profound encounter, I cherish being near bluebirds because I believe Jamie is connected and saying, "Hi dad" in her unique voice. Everyone who knew Jamie can remember her sweet voice and laugh to this very day. Jamie, I miss you so very much. Love always ... so much love.
Dori Levine from Portola , Ca. wrote on March 24, 2019 at 2:38 am
Here it is Jamie's birthday, it was snowing today just as it was on this day in 1975. Well, first we cried and held each other, feeling devastated that you are gone so long. It is lonely without your smile, your smell, your hugs, your understanding. We still have those things in our hearts. We wear our silver bracelets that Christy gave us, it says I am Always with you. And it is always a comfort to wear them. I went and had my nails painted with dragonflies on the ring finger. The pink nail color is called baby girl. I am so very grateful to of had her for 28 years. I was looking at make-up and remembering how Jamie and I use to look at nail polish and lipstick colors for hours and laugh. I pretended that she is with me, just like in Redondo Beach. Oh how I wish I would of visited Jamie more often. I have such regret that I never visited in L. A. when she lived with Robin. So many things I do and see, have me thinking, oh Jamie would like that or Jamie would really laugh at that. Alexa is funny and would make Jamie laugh. I like how I can ask her to play any song and she knows them all. Your funny MOM. love and giggles and hugs Dori
Dori Levine from Portola wrote on February 5, 2019 at 6:47 pm
Thinking of Jamie today. I need one of her special hugs. David is not doing well, I worry so about him. We have tons of snow here. I wish they were both here to help Dad shovel and chop wood. Alice Price thank you for the Christmas message. I hope you are well. Love always, dori