Family honours Aunty Amy Levai’s wonderful life with memorial fund
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Auntie Amy Levai (nee O'Donoghue) passed away peacefully in Adelaide on Good Friday, March 29 2013 after an 18 month battle with bowel cancer.
Her legacy will always remain for as long as children everywhere are given the opportunity to learn to read and write and are encouraged to be the best that they can be.
Auntie Amy was a loved and devoted mother and mother-in-law of Deborah, Paul and...
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