Paula Rubin

paula rubin

December 15, 1933 ~ July 20, 2020

Rubin, Paula Nee. Teller, age 86 of Fort Lee passed on July 20, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Lionel Rubin. Devoted mother of Lauren Henry & Edward Rubin. Loving grandmother to Alec, Andrew and Marc Rubin. She will be sorely missed by her family and friends of the Fort Lee Senior community. in lieu of flowers, Donations can be made to the Nest Adult Activity Center at 319 Main Street, Fort Lee, NJ 07024. Checks should be made payable to Fort Lee Seniors. Private services were held. For condolences or further information please call 201-944-0100 or

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  1. Paula was a member of our extended family who will be sorely missed. Paula was a ray of sunshine, had the gift of gab and was always interested in what you'd been up to since she'd seen you last.
    She and my Stepfather Aldo met at a church based bereavement group and formed a long lasting relationship that endured for years. They would talk by phone everyday and would go out to dinner every weekend! All the staff at the Bonefish grill in Paramus got to know this charming couple who came every week.She got to know mine and Aldo's family over the years as if it was her own and took a personal interest in everyone. She loved going to the Fort Lee senior center for socializing and lunch, would then often drive to the Bergen Mall for a little shopping and then on to Aldo's house for a midweek visit. I've included a couple of pictures.

    We love you Paula…..

    Brian Patrick Kevin Shannon Colleen & all our extended family.

  2. Paula was a precious soul. I only “met” Paula through phone conversations, but it’s like I knew her personally. A very smooth voice, so full of joy. I will surly miss those nice little small talks we used to have. RIP Paula❤️
    Always, Grace

  3. Deeply shocked and grieved to learn about the sad demise of my good friend Paula Rubin. She was truly a ray of sunshine and full of positive energy. May God rest her soul in peace.

    Nasreen Hashmi and Aun Hashmi

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