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Yishmael lived for 137 years (Genesis 25:17).
Amram, father of Moshe, lived for 137 years (Exodus 6:20).
Avraham's age in the time of Akedat Yitzchak (and consequently - when Sarah died)
The Tehilim verse that is said before Birkat Hamazon every day that is not Shabbat or holiday
Levi the son of Yaakov Avinu lived for 137 years. He was the longest living son of Yaakov.
Yitzchak's age when Yaakov left Yeshivas Shem v'Ever
123 when he sent Yaakov away (derived from Megilla 17a)
14 years of Yaaakov learning