On Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 2023, Ira was surrounded by his loving family \nas he said goodbye to this world. He lived fully, giving freely of all his many \ntalents, but mostly his love. He treated others always as he himself wished to be \ntreated, and truly lived and embodied the Golden Rule. \nIra was born and raised in Camden, New Jersey. He attended Harvard University \nand Harvard Law School, and for decades he served the South Jersey legal \ncommunity always seeking justice and fairness. His impact has been noted by \nmany and appreciated over all his years of service. \nHe loved travel, the arts, reading, history, Schnickle Pickle and teaching. He lived \neach day fully with a full heart and extended love to all those lucky enough to be \nin his world. \nIra is survived by his loving wife, Maryann, and sons Matthew and Jonathan. As \nimportant to Ira: he was loved by his strong circle of family and friends, including \nhis brothers Mitchell T. Rabkin, M.D., William I. Rabkin and his sisters, Barbara \nEiger (deceased), Susan Schulz and many nieces and nephews. He was also dearly \nloved, cherished and cared for by his in-laws, Deb Doughty, Tina and Tom Decker, \nChuck Doughty (deceased), Pete Doughty and Neil Doughty as well as their large \nextended family. Services are Private.\nDonations in Ira's memory can be made to Angels Community Outreach, 334 \nSouth Broadway, Pitman, NJ 08071 or to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, \n501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.