A powerful personality with an appreciation for the arts and culture, Philip Rabin passed away on April 10, the second day of Passover.

Born on April 1, 1940, Rabin became a medic in the Israel Defense Forces before graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) outside of Boston.

He went on to have a long career in marketing pharmaceuticals.

He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Antoinette (“Toni”); their three children, Ephraim, Michael and Netta; and six grandchildren. Rabin is also survived by a sister, Sunny.

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