Estella Rodin-Kamel, who survived World War II and the years of the Holocaust, passed away on April 2, the week before Passover, as a result of complications due to COVID-19.

After the end of the war in 1945, she went on to rebuild her shattered life in Stockholm, Sweden.

Rodin-Kamil studied and worked hard to become a highly respected doctor in the Johanneshov suburb of the country’s capital.

A relative remembered her as someone who overcame the many challenges she faced in her lifetime with sheer willpower. She was also the last living Holocaust survivor of her extended family.

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