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Roberta Suberi

December 24, 1935July 27, 2020

Jackie R Suberi, 84, of Riviera Beach, Florida passed away July 27, 2020. Jackie was a devoted and loving wife to Leo, mother to Marc, Dawn, Denise and Robyn, and to her grandchildren Arielle, Jennifer, Rachel, Ethan, Briana, Jordan and Naomi...she was their JJ. Daughter to Ruth (deceased) and sister to Alice (deceased). She was aunt Cookie to Karen, Barbara, Scott, Regina and Linda, a great aunt to Jessica, Tiffany, Jordan and Troy and cousin to Vicki and Brian.

Jackie had an unmatched sense of style and grace and was always dressed to the nines. She worked side by side with her husband as a jewelry manufacturer in New York and relocated to Florida in the late 90’s.

Jackie and Leo were inseparable in their 63 years of marriage and were a true testament to the sanctity of marriage. They shared a love of travel, playing cards and family.

There will be a private service for immediate family Thursday, July 30, 2020 at Star of David in Palm Beach Gardens. Jackie had an incredible strength and survived lung cancer twice. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made the American Cancer Society in her memory.


  • Leo Suberi, Husband
  • Marc Suberi (Judi), Son
  • Dawn Cogen (Mitch), Daughter
  • Denise Kaslow (Alisa), Daughter
  • Robyn Suberi, Daughter
  • Arielle Suberi, Granddaughter
  • Jennifer Auerbach, Granddaughter
  • Jordan Auerbach, Grandson
  • Briana Auerbach, Granddaughter
  • Rachael Kaslow, Granddaughter
  • Ethan Kaslow, Grandson
  • Naomi Kaslow, Granddaughter

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    Thursday, July 30, 2020


Roberta Suberi

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Kaye/Linda Friedman/Durham

August 5, 2020

My mom and I send our deepest condolences to your dad and to all of the family. I have so many memories of your gorgeous mom and the fabulous times our parents spent together. The cards, the laughs, the cruises, your pool, the lilac and yellow bedroom, the dogs, your mom’s love of emerald green and purple and who could forget Pippos. Kaye and Jackie always stole the show with their beauty and Arthur and Leo were the perfect handsome partners. Sending much love to all of you.

Leah Jones

July 31, 2020

My heart aches for the family, especially Leo. I never saw one of you without the other and always always enjoyed your company at the 3 Card table. Jackie was sweet and sassy and a little smart-assy—so endearing. I hope in time your memories will comfort and sustain you. I will miss her too.

Elliott Salow

July 30, 2020

Truly a beautiful woman and beautiful family. Spent a lot of time at the Lawrence home and the family always made me feel right at home. Deepest condolences to the entire Suberi family. May her memory be a blessing. My catch phrase when I would visit, A Day in the Life. Love you all.

Gail Goldman

July 30, 2020

I want to express my deepest heartfelt sympathy to The Entire Suberi family. Jackie was a very beautiful woman who made a statement wherever she went-all eyes were upon her as her class and style were above and beyond- I remember feeling honored when I was fortunate enough to share in a family Passover dinner and when i was invited to the jewelry show at the Ny Hilton that was a gift. She was admired by all and her memories will live on forever- my heart goes out to Leo as they were like one - I send the warmest hugs and my entire heart to my very special forever friend Dawn and I wish her brother and sisters no more sorrow - it’s been an honor and a blessing to have shared memories with my favorite house at 22 Auerbach Lane - I love you all
Sincerest Condolences and Forever Love

Joyce Guterman

July 28, 2020

Dear Marc, Lori and I were so fortunate meeting you at the time of our loss. You are always kind to Lori when she comes to me from Colorado. I appreciate being able to count on you. I`m sure your mother knew what a nice son she had. I hope the lovely lady rests in peace.

Lacey Dyer-King

July 27, 2020

I was 7 years old when I met Jackie and Leo for the first time and for months I was convinced that my parents new friends were movie stars. I had never seen a woman so perfectly put together in full glam at any given time and I was in awe. She was striking and elegant. Dressed to the nines, long black eyelashes ( to which I could not wait to show her the first time I successfully applied false lashes on myself, I knew she would be proud), long red perfect nails, not a hair out of place. Jackie’s beauty did not stop on the outside, as she was such an incredibly kind and loving person inwardly too. When my Dad was in the hospital for almost 3 weeks in 2010, I would get calls every single day asking how he was, and also how my Mom and I were. Jackie and Leo forced us to leave the hospital to go for dinner to have a break and my Mom nor I realized how badly we needed it. That meant so much to us. Jackie became a good friend of mine as I became an adult and when my Mom got sick, Jackie was such a strong and incredible support for me. When my Mom passed, Jackie called me every week for months to check on me and her and Leo drove across the state to see us. I can not tell you what that meant to my Dad and I. I have so many wonderful memories of Jackie and of Leo growing up and into adulthood that I will cherish forever. My heart is shattered to learn of her passing and our love is sent to Leo, and their kids and grandkids. I hope everyone in the family can take some peace knowing how much others loved her and what an impact she had on so many lives. I loved her so so much. She was the definition of class. She was a force. ❤️ With my greatest sympathy,
Lacey Dyer-King


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