Arlene Rabinowitz 1935 - 2021

Arlene (Wahl) Rabinowitz, 85, passed away in her home on January 15, 2021.

Her family was with her at her passing.  She was born in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, on October 23, 1935.
Arlene was dedicated to her family. She unconditionally loved and supported her husband Jack for 63+ years.
She gave unwavering love and support to daughters Gail and Julia, and their spouses, Joe & Wendy.
She helped raise her grandson Jason with much love and tenderness.Her extended family, whom she loved, includes Lisa, Ryan, Jackie and Josh.  She took pride in her great grandchildren, Sophia, Isaiah, Aiden, Lennon, Caroline and Aaron.
She is reunited with her parents, brother Herbie, sister-in-law Sally and brother-in-law Bernie.  Her passing is an enormous loss to all her family and friends. She will be missed.

We invite your memories of Arlene.

Graveside Service

Sunday, January 17th 2021 at 11:11 AM
Wellwood Cemetery
1400 Wellwood Ave
Farmingdale, NY 11735
631-249-2300

Condolences(5)

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    Margaret says

    Rest In Peace Arlene, to my sister in law Gail and Wendy and there dad. I’m so sorry for your loss, your in my prayers 🙏🏻❤️

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    Joseph Macchirella says

    She will be missed by all of us that knew and loved her,I have allway’s told her that she gave mother in law’s a good name I never thought I would call anyone else mom but to me that is who she will allway’s be rest in peace mom.

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    Joseph Macchirella says

    She will be missed by all of us that knew and loved her. I have always told her that she gave mother-in-laws a good name. I never thought I would call anyone else mom but to me that is who she will always be. Rest in peace mom.

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    Angela Zottar says

    Arlene was an amazing woman and she will be missed by many. To Jack, Gail, Julia, Wendy and my Uncle Joe – I am thinking of you all and sending love and prayers. May she Rest in Peace.

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    Jackie Howell says

    I’m so very sorry for the loss of Arlene. She was always smiling and happy. She was a gentle soul who was hysterically funny and will greatly be missed ❤️

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