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Marian Rubbo

Friday, January 25th, 1929 Friday, April 24th, 2020

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Marian L., (nee Scarlata), age 91, April 24, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Sebastian C. "John" Rubbo. Devoted mother of Eleanor (John) Donaldson, Anthony John (Sharon Lee) Rubbo and Lu Anne (Jeffrey) Goldfarb. Loving grandmother of Christopher (Michelle) and John (Nicole Thuestad) Donaldson, Philip John and Chloe Mariana Goldfarb and Alexander Rubbo; great grandmother of Marion Donaldson. Dear sister of the late Eleanora and Angelo Scarlata. Her Funeral Mass and burial will be private.
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Lu Anne

Mom's Eulogy
“You never do the wrong thing by doing the right thing.”
It’s a lesson I will always remember from Mom. When I was young, I was a difficult child, which mom generously described as a “spirited” child. I thought she was a weak person because she never, never said no and always put other people first. As I matured, I realized she was an incredibly strong person, whose major weakness was being selfless and overly self-critical.
When I became a mom, I realized even more how incredibly strong and how incredibly blessed we were to have a mom like her. She always supported her children. She was so devoted to her family, that we in turn grew up to be fiercely devoted to her too. She gave us everything, but also instilled in us an appreciation for how blessed we were. We did not take for granted how lucky we were to have such an incredible Mom. I feel I fall short every day in being as good a person as she was, but it gives me a goal to try for.
She was incredibly generous in every way and with everyone. She was a faithful and patient wife for 65 years; a devoted daughter to her parents; a generous and kind sister; treasured by her sons-in-law and daughter-in-law; and a loving, generous and thoughtful grandmom and great grandmom. She has so many qualities that we want to carry on that every one of our female descendants has been given some variation of her name to carry forward. That’s a testament to the role model she was.
People who didn’t know her well could not appreciate how reserved she was. I remember going to the Alps with my parents, and Dad wanting to take us all up to the top of Mont Blanc in a cable car, and mom asking if we minded I she stayed behind to finish a short story she was enjoying. She really was happy with the simplest things.
But the one thing we appreciated most about Mom was how kind, sweet, and generous she was. And the one thing we wished most she could do for herself was to be kind to herself, be generous to herself, and appreciate her the way we did. We could sometimes get her to laugh at herself when we pointed out how absurdly hard she was on herself.
If there is one thing we can do most to honor Mommie, it would be to continue to value family the way she did. I literally can’t remember one time any of us were ever angry with her. And that says a lot about a person, and the way they lived their life. Remember always what is important. Value the people you love in your life --- they should always be more important than anything else. We are living through incredibly stressful times right now, And let’s be kind to ourselves and each other and support each other. So, the next time one of us is impatient, or angry, lets take a moment to think about Mommie and be kind to each other in the way she always was. That is the best legacy we can give her.
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Sharon Lee Rubbo

To the most amazing mother in law in the world. You and Dad were the best in-laws I could ever have. I will miss you both more than you'll ever know. I'm so glad that Anthony's and my son, your grandson, Alexander, got to experience your love. Your entire family have loving memories to cherish for the rest of their lives. I send all of our love out towards you both until we all meet again.💙
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