Oakland Cemetery

Tour Stop 7 - Simon Levy, Jr.

Simon Levy, Jr. was a banker and business man, best known as a vice-president of the Kansas City Railroad, which he helped to bring to Shreveport. Levy was a co-founder of the Charity Hospital which is now Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. He was Captain of Company D, 1st Louisiana Infantry Regiment (CSA). Levy was born in Niedersbach, Alsace on March 15, 1839, and died in Shreveport on March 27, 1898.

Simon Levy