Sheila Rabinovitz

August 4, 1935October 9, 2020

Sheila (Silverman) Rabinovitz of West Yarmouth, MA entered into rest on Friday, October 9, 2020 at the age of 85. Beloved wife of the late Solomon Rabinovitz and Sheldon Kramer. Loving mother of, Debbie Kramer, Scott Kramer & his wife Stacy, Sheryl Miniscalco & her husband Tony, and Glenn Kramer & his wife Becky. Devoted sister of the late Irene Sable. Cherished grandmother of Ethan and Nathan. Sheila loved to cook, travel, and spread kindness to everyone. Funeral services will be private. Interment will take place at Sharon Memorial Park. Expressions of sympathy in Sheila’s memory may be made to MSPCA of Cape Cod, 1577 Falmouth Rd., Centerville, MA 02632.

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Diane Aprea (Jean Wilcox Daughter)

October 14, 2020

Debbie and Family, so very sorry to hear about the passing of your Mom, our deepest condolences go out to all of you. How wonderful we became so close as a "Mayflower Family", looking out for and caring so deeply for each others loved ones. Thank you for always including my Mom (Jean Wilcox) in all your fun games and activities, it will never be forgotten.

Paul Monopoli

October 14, 2020

My condolences to the family. I worked with Sheila at the Melrose in Harwich port. We shared many laughs! Sheila was a great and kind person.

Blessings, Paul

Suzanne & Barry Gill

October 12, 2020

Dear Sheila (aka Mamar), Barry & I & mom and Tom loved the trips to your house for those roast beef dinners with all the trimmings. You knew I had a special diet and you would go to great lengths to prepare the food just for me. Such a kind hearted, beautiful person whom we will miss so much. Rest in His peace, Mamar. xo

elise udwin

October 12, 2020

So many lovely memories of My Aunt Sheila..
I remember after my son Ram was born we had very little
in the way of material things.
And in the mail comes a huge box of baby clothes from Aunt sheila.
She was always thinking of others.

Much love,

Sheryl Miniscalco

October 12, 2020


I truly don’t have the words to express how much I loved you and how much you meant to me. But I take comfort in the fact that we said everything we needed to say to each other. You will live in and I will continue to make you proud. Be with me when you can. And enjoy all the lovely people that were there to greet you. You are forever in my heart. This loss is tremendous, huge, but I know you are leaving me lots of love here on earth.
I love you to pieces!!! Xxxxxxxxx

Debra Kramer

October 12, 2020

I can't believe we are saying good bye to you today. You were (are) the best Mom. I was so lucky to be your daughter and friend. You were my navigator, casino buddy ,theater mate and so much more . We shared so many laughs. I will take good care of Maarshmallow. Give Dad a kiss for me.
I love you soooooo much

Jayne Hannah

October 11, 2020

This beautiful lady became my American Mum, as she embraced me into her family. I loved our talks about her family, her love for England, food, tradition, and of course our cups of tea. Her love for her family shines on in them and I send my love and grace to them all.
Love you loads, my dear American Mum.

Jeff Kramer

October 11, 2020

I am so sorry about the loss of my beloved Aunt Sheila. I will always remember her warmth and kindness and her never ending sense of humor. For a kid that never ate, Aunt Sheila always made sure she made something special for me.

The world is duller without her in it.

Rest In Peace.

Love Jeff

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