On Friday, May 20, 2005, JEFFREY LEVIN of Melbourne Beach, Florida, died at home at the age of 55. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Mr. Levin has been a resident of Brevard County since 1998, enjoying golf, and boating on the Indian River Lagoon. Previously, he was a resident of Finksburg, MD for 25 years. Mr. Levin was Executive Vice President of Visual Aids Electronics, Corp. (VAE) and Conference Systems, Inc (CSI) of Gaithersburg, MD where he had recently been recognized for his ten years of service to the company. Mr. Levin was instrumental in developing VAE and CSI. Under his direction the companies became a leaders in the audio/visual industry and simultaneous interpretation business. CSI has provided all of the simultaneous interpretation equipment and services to all of the USPresidents from the 1980's to this very date. Mr. Levin took great pride and satisfaction in mentoring the managerial staff to achieve their greatest potential. Several years ago, as a tribute to his leadership, the annual "manager of the year award" at VAE and CSI was renamed the Jeff Levin Manager of the Year Award in his honor. Jeff served his country for four years as a radarman on the US Navy destroyer, USS Furse. He has also worked in the optical and transportation industries. Jeff is survived by: wife Annette Levin of Melbourne Beach, FL; son David Levin of Baltimore, MD; daughter Kimberly Parsons and husband Shawn of Fallston, MD; mother Hilda Levin of Rockville, MD (father Gilbert Levin, deceased); sister Sharon Phillips and husband PG of Seattle, WA; and brother Don Levin, wife Laurie and daughter Sarah of Columbia, MD. He also leaves behind many loving friends. In lieu of flowers, anyone so wishing may make a contribution to The V Foundation for Cancer Research, 106 Towerview Court, Carey, NC 27513 or Wuesthoff Hospice and Palliative Care, PO Box 560965, Rockledge, FL 32956. A memorial service celebrating Jeff's life will be held at Eline Funeral Home, 11824 Reisterstown Road, Reisterstown, MD on Wednesday, June 8 at 11:30 am. Visitation will begin at 10:30 am. Interment will follow at the Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery.