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Judith Rubenstein

Judith Esta Rubenstein

July 17, 1933 - April 19, 2021
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Service Details

  • Service

    Wednesday, April 21st, 2021 | 12:00pm
    When
    Wednesday, April 21st, 2021 12:00pm
    Location
    Virtual Funeral in Levinson's Chapel
    Address
    Please click the view the webcast link above to watch the funeral service.

Donations

Donations are being accepted for:
House of Ruth

2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218

Alzheimer's Association of Maryland

1850 York Road
Suite D, Timonium, MD 21093

Obituary

Judith Esta Rubenstein, born July 17 1933, passed away quietly on Apr 19, 2021. Born in Scranton, PA, daughter of the late Tillie and Alan Cohen, and sister of the late Ruth Wolff (Irwin), she moved to Baltimore as a young girl with her family and attended Forest Park HS. She was a member of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation for many years, and was a former long term resident at the Pomona Apartments. She is survived by her daughter, Nancy Friedman and her husband, Jerry Friedman and their children, Andrew and Benjamin, and her son, Lee Rubenstein and his wife, Maggie Tyler Rubenstein, and their children, Sam, Chloe, and Emma. She is also survived by her nephews, David Wolff and family of Churchville, Maryland and Rick Wolff and family of Arizona.

Judy was beloved by her family and friends, and will be deeply missed.

Virtual Funeral will be held Wednesday, April 21, at 12pm. Interment Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions in her memory to The House Of Ruth, 2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218 or The Alzheimer’s Association of Maryland, 1850 York Road, Suite D, Timonium, MD 21093
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MARISA, BRIAN, ANNELISE & LAELLE

Posted at 05:23pm
So many memories! The world has lost a beautiful sole. "Aunt Judy" will always carry a special place in my heart. The service was a beautiful tribute for such a brave, strong woman. Talking about food- one can't forget her amazingly delicious chocolate cream pie!! I can still smell and taste her pie. I'll miss you Aunt Judy, you'll be in heart forever!
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Kathy and Mark Seidel

Posted at 05:08pm
We are so very sorry for your loss.
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Tamsin Wolff

Posted at 01:41pm
The service was a beautiful and fitting tribute to our beloved "Aunt Judy" and captured the love and care she showed others - friends and family alike. We are so proud of Andrew and Ben especially, their strength, support, and colorful loving memories of sleepovers and outings in Baltimore. Judy was a family role model who will live on in our hearts.
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Linda and Gary Spivack

Posted at 12:32pm
We're sending our condolences and remembering Judy and our visits in Baltimore. I still always make her chocolate pie for special occasions. We miss you all. Love, Linda and Gary
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Chloe Rubenstein

Posted at 12:28pm
Love you so much Grandma Judy
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Betsy Kramer

Posted at 12:25pm
Nancy and Lee,

I am sorry to learn about your mom. I have many happy memories of her from Chokeberry Road. May her memory be for a blessing.
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Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Posted at 07:35pm

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation clergy, lay leaders and members offer their condolences to the family of Judith Rubenstein .  We hope that you are comforted by warm memories and support of family, friends and community.  
May her memory be forever a blessing.
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Bunny Glassman Naiditch

Posted at 11:57am
So sorry to hear of your Mom,s passing. Judy and I go way way back. She was my “maid of honor” in my wedding in 1954. We also had a teenage trip to Florida by train. Wonderful times together! Lately we had nice telephone conversations which I will truly miss. May your memories be as fond as mine.
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Marcia Epstein

Posted at 09:29am
Judy and I were neighbors who quickly became friends. It was my pleasure to have known her. May she rest in peace.
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Rosanne (Fellerman) Horowitz

Posted at 09:26am
Nancy, Lee and Family, so very sorry for your loss. I have fond childhood memories of your mom..
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Nancy Golub

Posted at 08:37am
Nancy and Family,
My deepest condolences on the passing of your mom. When I think of your mom, I can still see her smile and remember her kindness as she welcomed me to your home. May the memories sustain you in your time of sorrow.
PB

Patricia and Elliott Berlin

Posted at 08:06am
Nancy, Jerry, Andrew, Ben and family,
Sending sincere condolences on the passing of you beloved mother and grandmother. Elliott and I pray that the memories you have of better times bring you some peace and help get you through this difficult time. We are here for you if you need anything.
GB

Gayle (Perlman) Becker

Posted at 07:42am
Dear Nancy, Jerry and family, I am so sorry for your loss. May her light continue to shine and brighten your days.
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Terry Weiner

Posted at 06:50am
Nancy, Jerry and the entire family,

I was saddened to hear of your mom’s passing. She was so fortunate to have all of you in her life and the memories that you have will sustain you in the days to come.
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Lester Wolff

Posted at 07:24pm
Fond memories over many decades...............Rest in Peace dear soul.......
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Tamsin Wolff

Posted at 05:08pm
Ruth, Tillie & Judy, 1942. Three loving, intelligent, incredible women. Their memory and the stories we share over several decades will live in our hearts.
JM

Jodi (Kramer) Mailman

Posted at 03:26pm
Lee, Nancy and family.
I was so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom. In my Chokeberry Road memories I think fondly of her. I am sure that your memories will give you and your families comfort and will cause you to laugh and cry together.
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Lee Rubenstein

Posted at 03:10pm
Rest in peace Mom, you earned it. You were so very brave right to the end. Miss you more than words can say, already. You will live on in our hearts forever.
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Lisa Scherr

Posted at 01:28pm
Thinking of you Nancy and sending my condolences. XOXO
LP

Lauren Plotkin

Posted at 01:24pm
Nancy and Jerry,
I'm so very sorry for the loss of your mom. May her name always be for a blessing.
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sabrina friedman

Posted at 12:59pm
Nancy, I am saddened to hear about your mother I have have very fond memories of her and your family as we were growing up together. Sending you my love and hugs. I know your wonderful memories will ALWAYS bring you comfort.
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Nancy Danenberg Rosenberg

Posted at 12:40pm
Lee,
Please accept my condolences on the loss of your beloved mother. I have many fond memories all of the wonderful mothers who showed so much love and attention during our elementary school years. Even without a photo, I remember her face and presence. May her memory be a blessing for you.
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