Rubin REIN

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Rubin REIN Obituary
REIN, Rubin

The love of our lives, Rubin Rein, passed away peacefully on February 18, at 98 years old. Born in Brooklyn, Rubin and his wife, Florence, raised their two sons in Bayside, New York, followed by many happy years of country lake-side living in Lakeville, Pennsylvania, and more than 25 years in Boynton Beach. Rubin volunteered with the Air Corps in 1940, served in the Pacific and survived the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and was honorably discharged in 1945. Rubin's pride and joy was his family. Married to his devoted wife Florence for 68 years, the couple raised two loving sons, and have been blessed with 4 grandchildren, with one more on the way, and one great grandchild. Rubin was a volunteer member of both the Mounts Botanical Gardens and Loxahatchee Refuge, served as a police security driver in Boynton Beach and always volunteered in his local community whenever and wherever he was needed. Rubin is survived by his adoring wife and life-long best friend, Florence; brother Larry of Forest Hills, NY , son Stewart and wife Lill of Goodyear, AZ, son Norman and wife Karen of Wayne, NJ, grandchildren Gabriel and wife Jennifer, Jenny, Brett, Carrie, and soon to be 5th grandchild, and great-grandson Hudson. His family will miss him very much; everyone who knew him deeply respected his gentle and kind ways and loved him dearly. His wife thought he was G-d's gift to humanity, and is so glad they recently celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary on February 10 and Valentine's Day of this year. Services will be held March 14 at 10:15am at the Lake Worth Military Cemetery (Route 441).

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Published in The Palm Beach Post from Mar. 11 to Mar. 12, 2014
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