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pharmacist , stockbroker , investment banker

Max Levine, American Retired stockbroker, investment banker, pharmacist ( fin: inv. service, Retired)stockbroker, investment banker, pharmacist. Served to Lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945, 51-53; Member Mensa, Reserve Officers Association; Club: Knights of Pythias.


Levine, Max was born on July 5, 1920 in New York City. Son of Isidor and Tillie Levine.


Student, City College of New York, 1937—1939. Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Columbia University, 1949.


Pharmaceutical sales representative Ayerst Laboratories, Ampere-hour Robins, New York City, 1953—1958. Executive Dram Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 1959—1972. Stockbroker Edwards & Hanley and Sherman, Fitzpatrick & Company, 1970—1982.

President Berine Enterprises, Ltd., Roslyn, New York, since 1983. Former vice president, director Medi-Waste, Inc., West Babylon, New York. Lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945, lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1951-1953, European Theatre of Operations, PTO, Republic of Korea, lieutenant colonel United States Air Force Reserve, retired.


Served to Lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945, 51-53. Member Mensa, Reserve Officers Association. Club: Knights of Pythias.


Married Maxine Hefler Hubbs, December 28, 1979.

Isidor Levine

Tillie Levine

Maxine Hefler Hubbs