Levy-Zobel, Lucy (born Zobel)

לוסי (לוצי) לוי צובל
Lucy Levy-Zobel (née Zobel) was born on 27.9.1898 in Berlin and died on 20.9.1960 in Jerusalem. In her youth, Lucy was a member of the Zionist youth movement and the ‘Seesen circle’. After attending the Soziale Frauenschule in Berlin-Schöneberg between 1920 and 1922, she worked as a social worker with juveniles at the Jewish welfare office in Berlin and between 1935 and 1937 at the Palestine Office, where she was in charge of approving the certificates. She was highly active as an author in the field of Jewish social work (especially in the journals ‘Jüdische Wohlfahrtspflege und Sozialpolitik’ and ‘Blätter des jüdischen Frauenbundes’). In 1938, she immigrated to Palestine with her husband Carl-Menachem Levy (1880–1958). Between 1939 and 1942 she worked at the department for youth aliyah of the Va'ad Leumi (Jewish National Council), and between 1942 and 1949 at the social welfare office in Givatayim. In around 1952 she headed the department for certificates at the Palestine Office, which was a facility of the Jewish Agency and organized the departure and entry of Jewish migrants to Palestine (Israel). In 1959, Lucy worked at the Israeli ministry of welfare.
Bianca Levy
Nathan Levy
Was married to Carl-Menachem Levy (07.08.1880 in Kaiserslautern - 22.11.1958 in Jerusalem), a literature editor. They had one daughter
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