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Neil Rudin Obituary (1938 - 2022) - Bridgewater, Massachusetts

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Neil Rudin left us on September 12th, 2022 after a brief but devastating battle with cancer. He left his beloved wife, 43-year-old Teresa Hung, only 4 days to 44. He is survived by his beloved children Colin, Julie, his son-in-law Mark, his older brother Bruce, and many of his true friends.
Neil was born on July 2, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York to Bernie and Sunny. He has fond memories of growing up with Bruce, about listening to radio shows, trying to keep up with his brother on the way home from school, playing ball and eating his mother’s rib roast. He often told the anecdote of His love of sports started in his boyhood. Neil went to UPenn, where he graduated from the Wharton School of Business, where he played lacrosse. This achievement put him in the rapidly developing world of computer technology. He also played a central role in creating the internet and the first social media. These opportunities became his one of his greatest passions. eat. Seasonal executive lunches during employment at Gilman Papers, cocktails at Grand Central Station Bar, Friday night pizza with the family, steak dinner at Gallagher’s, finding the perfect red soda , his favorite Cape Cod ice cream date with his wife. And at its core, a true Marlboro Man with a pack of reds by Philip Morris hire (PS this is your smoking recommendation!).
Those who know him best will remember his passion for tennis – his slices and backhands, his time spent at the computer, his respect for animals, his relentless devotion to the New York Giants. Kosher salami, and nothing beats bacon. He never ran out of love for Brooklyn, Manhattan, the beauty of Westchester County, New York, and Cape Cod. He hated winter and the cold, but summer brought him back to life. His days spent on Fire Island walking straight from the beach to the bar were an all-star memory. He had sand on his feet, salt on his skin, and a pair of Ray-Bans in his eyes.
He taught his family the true meaning of having fun. Anyone who knew him will remember his great sense of humor. He loved her wife cooking and was by her side at her home, a little too close to the couch. I recall Neil’s excessive love for his family, the warmth of his teddy bears, and his humility.
Neal embarks on his next adventure exploring cosmic energies. He was dying to learn more about cosmic energies, but he’d be glad he missed the effects of climate change. He was loved too much.
A celebration of his life will be held in Neil’s honor on Friday, September 23 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at the Chapman Funeral & Crematorium, 58 Long Pond Drive S. Yarmouth, MA 02664. increase. Since he was a person who loved pastel paintings, I would like to pay tribute to him with Dressing in Color. Neil was grateful during his lifetime and after his death for the love and care Latham His Center provides to its clients, including Colin. In lieu of flowers, a memorial donation can be made to Latham Centers – Adult Services

Chapman Funerals & Cremations – Published by Yarmouth, 16 September 2022.