All in the family

After years of encouragement from their children and grandchildren, the time to make aliyah had come.

By ALAN ROSENBAUM
August 2, 2018 15:35
NORMAN AND DORIS LEVITZ

NORMAN AND DORIS LEVITZ. (photo credit: ALAN ROSENBAUM)

 
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"Forty trips to Israel and no bonus points," quips Norman Levitz, 94, as his wife, Doris, 91, looks on approvingly. The couple may not have received any perks for their frequent visits to Israel, but now they are receiving the ultimate bonus – they are making aliyah.

Sitting in their rented Jerusalem apartment, they tell an endearing story of how love, longevity and a bad back can conquer all.

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