Rachel Victoria Pearline MD-MPH
Pearline, Rachel Victoria, MD-MPH Diplomate of Medical Oncology. Thursday, November 5, 2015. Beloved daughter of Donald (Sharongay) Pearline and the late Carol (Klarsfeld) Pearline; cherished sister of Sarah (fiancé, Brian Dambacher) Pearline; our dear friend, caregiver and joyful source of light and inspiration to many. An alumna of Brown University, Tulane Medical School, and NYU Hospitals, Rachel was a hematology and oncology medical fellow at the University of California, San Francisco. She has cared for patients in hospitals and clinics in the US, China and South Africa and during or after 9/11; Hurricane Katrina; Hurricane Sandy; the earthquake in Haiti, and everywhere else that she could lend a caring hand, heart or mind. She has traveled and made friends around the world, completed marathons, and had the most amazing adventures in her short 38 years. Services: Funeral service Monday, November 9, 1:00 PM at Kol Rinah, 829 N. Hanley Road with interment to follow at B'nai Amoona Cemetery, 930 North and South Road. Visitation for Rachel 12:30 PM Monday at Kol Rinah. In lieu of flowers, Rachel specifically requested donations in her name be made to San Francisco General Hospital hematology-oncology clinics (http://sfghf.org/RachelPearline/), where funds will be used to help patients and their families navigate through the challenges of illness and treatment. A RINDSKOPF-ROTH SERVICE
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Published by St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Nov. 8, 2015.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Nov
9
Visitation
12:30p.m. - 1:00p.m.
Kol Rinah
829 N. Hanley Road
Nov
9
Funeral service
1:00p.m.
Kol Rinah
829 N. Hanley Road
Nov
9
Interment
B'nai Amoona Cemetery
930 North and South Road
Funeral services provided by:
Rindskopf-Roth Funeral Chapel
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Rachel will be remembered by the members of my entire family for her friendship and support during a heartbreaking time. Her kindness was so appreciated and will never be forgotten.
Susan Bloj
November 9, 2015
Rachel's strength and compassion was a benefit to many. I pray the Pearline family gathers strength from her life and finds a way to heal from this loss. Rachel showed the merit of deeds for others in reflection of her namesake for the Jewish people.
Steven Puro
November 8, 2015