Farideh Abboud, a beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away on December 1, 2023. Born on September 28, 1946, in Ajloun, Jordan, to Hanna and Mariam Rabadi, Farideh's life was a testament to love, family, and unwavering strength.
Farideh's family was her sole focus, and she valued loyalty, honesty, and authenticity above all. She is survived by her devoted husband, Mushref Abboud, and leaves behind a legacy of love through her children: sons Latham and Jaad, and daughters Nareen and Dema. Farideh was a beacon of warmth and wisdom, shaping the lives of those she held dear. Her cherished memory lives on in the hearts of her grandchildren: Isabella, Adrianna, and Julian Jabbour, Mia, Gianna, and Roman Abboud, and Niko Abboud. Farideh's love and guidance will forever be a source of inspiration for the generations she leaves behind. Farideh was predeceased by her parents and brothers Atif, Jamal, twin brother Kamal, and her sister, Nawal. Her surviving siblings, Nafl, Enam, and Firyal, share in the bonds of love and kinship that defined her life.
Passionate about her Greek Orthodox faith, Farideh was a loyal member of the St. George Orthodox Church in Yonkers. Her Sundays were dedicated to attending Mass and volunteering, embodying her deep connection to her spiritual community.
A beautiful person inside and out, Farideh's stunning smile could light up the whole room. She cared deeply for those around her, leaving a lasting impact on many lives through her kindness and passion.
Farideh was remarkably witty and fun, showcasing her fearless and independent spirit. Her strength, both in character and as a strong fighter, became evident in facing health challenges.
In addition to her roles as a devoted family woman and a woman of faith, Farideh enjoyed cooking, baking, knitting, gardening, and exploring new places. Time spent with her grandchildren brought her immense joy, further illustrating her multifaceted and vibrant personality.
Farideh's journey, marked by dedication to family values and unwavering faith, touched many lives. May her soul rest in peace, and may her memory forever inspire love and compassion in the hearts of those privileged to have known her.