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Jennifer A. Rubin

February 1, 1974 - November 28, 2010
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Jennifer A. Rubin February 1, 1974 November 28, 2010 Jennifer A. Rubin of Rock Tavern, NY entered into rest November 28, 2010 at Danbury Hospital in Danbury, CT. She was 36 years old. Jennifer was born in Patterson, NJ on February 1, 1974 to Mark L. and Barbara (Ebert) Rubin. Jennifer was an amazingly beautiful person in every aspect of her being. Until the age of 17 she enjoyed life as a vibrant personality who lit up any room she walked into. In 1991, the summer before her senior year in Washingtonville High School, Jennifer was in a tragic automobile accident in which she sustained a traumatic brain injury. Her life was forever...
Jennifer A. Rubin
February 1, 1974
November 28, 2010

Jennifer A. Rubin of Rock Tavern, NY entered into rest November 28, 2010 at Danbury Hospital in Danbury, CT. She was 36 years old.
Jennifer was born in Patterson, NJ on February 1, 1974 to Mark L. and Barbara (Ebert) Rubin.
Jennifer was an amazingly beautiful person in every aspect of her being. Until the age of 17 she enjoyed life as a vibrant personality who lit up any room she walked into. In 1991, the summer before her senior year in Washingtonville High School, Jennifer was in a tragic automobile accident in which she sustained a traumatic brain injury. Her life was forever changed and she remained severely disabled as a result of her injury. But with all Jenn's limitations, she continued to light up a room with her laughter and big smile. She carried herself with great pride and dignity and had unbelievable courage to move forward with her life and live every day to its fullest. Because of all the special people who cared for and loved her, Jenn woke each morning with a smile on her face, excited to start her day. She touched all who knew her and her ability to capture everyone's heart was beyond compare. Jenn was truly a Blessing and the world around her was made better because she was there.
Jennifer is survived by her loving parents, Mark L. and Barbara Rubin of Rock Tavern, NY; sister, Amy and her husband Jeff O'Connor ; nephews, Ryan and Tommy O'Connor all of Moorestown, NJ.
She is also survived by her best friends, Christine and her husband Patrick Boisvert and their children Ian, Aaron and Lily of New Milford, CT and Suzanne and her husband Scott Benz and their children Mary, Dianna and Jackson of Danbury, CT.
Visitation will be held Thursday, December 2 from 5-8pm at David T. Ferguson Funeral Home, Washingtonville, NY.
Funeral Services will be held Friday, December 3, 10am at David T. Ferguson Funeral Home, Washingtonville, NY.
Burial will immediately follow in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newburgh, NY.
Donations can be made in memory of Jennifer A. Rubin to Ability Beyond Disability, 5 Berkshire Blvd, Bethel, CT 06801
Arrangements under the direction of Thomas A. Murray of David T. Ferguson Funeral Home, 20 North Street, Washingtonville, NY 10992, 845-496-9106. For further information or to leave condolences for the family please visit www.davidtfergusonfh.com.

"In Remembrance of Jennifer Millions of years and countless generations of loving fathers and mothers came before us. Each was blessed with a child to whom..." Mark Rubin (Rock Tavern, NY)

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