Barbara A. (Forsberg) Rubin of Vero Beach, Florida, passed peacefully February 16, 2023. Barbara was born in Fitchburg, MA to the late John Forsberg and Bertha (Leduc) Forsberg. Barbara was predeceased recently by her beloved husband Monroe S. Rubin of 54 years. She is also predeceased by her sisters Helen LeBlanc, Loretta Balser and Celia Guiliana. Barbara will be deeply missed by her children, Roger Duquette and his wife Marianne of Wilbraham, MA. Janet Balser and her husband Dan of Vero Beach, FL. Sandra Stebbins and her husband Michael of Vero Beach, FL. Linda Houghton and her partner Dianne Lee of Guilford, VT. Barbara Klocker and her husband David of Sebastian, FL. Also survived by seven grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, two nieces, and one nephew. Barbara was a gourmet cook, talented artist, and loved cruising. Honoring Barbara’s wishes, there are no calling hours or public services. A private service will be held at a later date.
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