LARRY-RUBIN-Obituary

LARRY RUBIN

Silver Spring, Maryland

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 LARRY RUBIN  On Tuesday, June 4, 2013, LARRY RUBIN of Silver Spring, MD. Beloved son of Alberta Rubin; devoted brother of Nan Rubin and Steven Rubin (Melba); cherished uncle of Michael and Rebecca Rubin. Graveside services will be held on Friday, June 7, 2013, 12:30 p.m. at King David...

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Larry Rubin is fondly remembered every day. His contributions to the Avid editing community have proven to last. #WWLD

I am so sorry to hear of Larry's passing. I was the foster Mom of one of the cats he adopted (Doug). Larry sent me such wonderful pictures of his kitties and it made me so happy that he gave them all such a loving home. He had a loving heart and will be missed.

As a fellow moderator on Avid.com, I have immense respect and admiration for Larry. In a forum that can tend to be a disrespectful and condescending place, Larry always was humble, thoughtful, encouraging and supportive to the thousands of video editors around the world that he helped. He will be dearly missed. His loved ones are in my thoughts and prayers.

Thanks for all your generous help over the years, Larry. You will be sorely missed.

I will miss so many things about Larry, but at the top of the list was his love for animals. He emailed funny, touching and sad stories and he was passionate about his cats who were his children. He once brought me in an article from the Washington Post about a butterfly who followed a man home from work> The butterfly took a cab ride home with him and then greeted him at the front door every afternoon when he came home from work for several weeks. Larry was amazed and loved that story...

I rarely came across a thread on Avid Community Larry didn't contribute to. He unselfishly gave his time and patience to those of us that were in need of help. It is truly a sad day, and he will defiantly be missed.

A person who sets up and help others, sometimes strangers, without wanting anything in return. That is one of the best qualities a person can have. Larry was such a person.

Although I never met Larry, the warmth that we feel when someone like him is always there to help is a wonderful feeling. The joy and sadness of this age of electronic friendship. Fade to black!

I never expected such a way making me will hit the death of a man whom I had known only from the virtual space.
RIP Larry.