OBITUARY

Raquel (Stern) Rub

October 15, 1937February 18, 2021

Raquel (Stern) Rub was born on October 15, 1937 in Lima, Lima and passed away on February 18, 2021 in Aventura, Florida and is under the care of Riverside Gordon Memorial Chapels.

Graveside Service will be held on February 19, 2021 at 11:00 am at Shalom Gardens Cemetery, 15800 NE 18 Avenue, North Miami Beach, FL.

They are survived by Jose Mark Rub (Eva) (Son), Anabel Rub Peicher (Daughter), Beny Rub, MD (Marta) (Son), Mario Rub, MD (Son), Vivian Rub Perez (Michael) (Daughter), 16 (Grandchildren), 3 (Great Grandchildren), Samuel Stern, MD (Helena) (Brother), Moises Rub, MD ((Deceased) Husband), Leibe Stern ((Deceased) Infant Sister).

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  • FAMILY

  • Jose Mark Rub (Eva), Son
  • Anabel Rub Peicher, Daughter
  • Beny Rub, MD (Marta), Son
  • Mario Rub, MD, Son
  • Vivian Rub Perez (Michael), Daughter
  • 16, Grandchildren
  • 3, Great Grandchildren
  • Samuel Stern, MD (Helena), Brother
  • Moises Rub, MD, (Deceased) Husband
  • Leibe Stern, (Deceased) Infant Sister

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, February 19, 2021

Memories

Raquel (Stern) Rub

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Rita Sherman

February 22, 2021

To Raquel's Family,
My thoughts go out to you as you suffer the loss of Raquel. It was my pleasure to spend some time with her in years past, at NA'AMAT USA National Board meetings and Conventions. She was a dynamic force.
May your loving memories bring you a measure of solace.
Rita Sherman

Sandra Gewirtz

February 19, 2021

Dear Vivienne and family,
I was sorry to see that your beloved mother passed away. May your good memories of her help you through this difficult time. Hamakon yenachem eschem besoch shaarei aveiley Zion b’Yerushalayim. May and your loved ones not have any more sorrow.
Sandra Gewirtz

Trina Duluc

February 19, 2021

Dear Family of Raquel,
You should be very proud of Raquel and her charitable works.
She always had a welcoming smile when ever we met at Ocean One as neighbors.
May G_D receive her in His gentle arms .
My deepest sympathy,
Trina Duluc