Muriel Litt passed away March 2, 2022, at the age of 91. Born in Flatbush, Brooklyn in 1930, Muriel was the eldest child of Ben and Ida Levine. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Sol; her parents; brother, Bernard; and is survived by her sister, Rosalie Wolinetz.
She married her husband Sol Litt in 1950. They relocated to Dayton, Ohio, where Sol opened a private Optometric practice, in which Muriel worked as an administrator and contact lens specialist. While living in Dayton, Muriel was involved with many organizations, including leadership positions at the Beth Abraham Synagogue, her favorite as a chaperone for the synagogues traveling youth chorale.
Family brought her and Sol to retire to Ponte Vedra Beach in 1982, where eventually her children would join them. An avid reader, ceramicist, home decorator, and shopper. Muriel also regularly weight trained and enjoyed Pilates. Muriel’s outgoing personality was always on display, and she made a vast network of friendships.
Throughout her life, she was a supportive mother to Karen Litt Lippes, Marc Litt (Sheri), and Rori Litt Stevens. Exuberant and doting grandmother to Lauren Senecal (Thomas), Alex Litt (Sarah), Michael Litt (Christy), Emily Lippes, Joshua Stevens, and Carly Stevens; great grandmother to Jack and Jay, sister to Rosalie (Mike), and aunt to her nieces and nephews.
In her honor, please feel free to donate to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).