In Loving Memory of

Dr. Mirza Adib Rabbani


Mirza Adib Rabbani was born February 1, 1933 in Yazd, Iran to Mirza Mohammad and Sultan Rabbani. As the youngest of 5 children, he grew up in a Baha’i family and pursued his education in medicine in Tehran. He married Iran Tabassi Rabbani in 1965. They then moved to and lived in the city of Abadan, Iran, and nearby Minoo Island, where he practiced family medicine for 25 years. He was beloved by many people and patients in this rural community. Prior to the Iranian revolution of 1979, he and his family sacrificed everything to immigrate to the United States of America as he underwent persecution due to his religious belief in the Baha’i Faith. After moving to Orlando, FL he retired from practicing medicine and devoted his time and efforts to his family and children. He inspired his 3 children to follow in his footsteps and become physicians. He was a faithful and active  believer in the Baha’i Faith religion, promoting unity amongst all mankind and working towards universal fellowship and peace. In 1994, they moved to Gainesville, FL where he lived until his passing on July 6, 2022. He is survived by his wife Iran Tabassi Rabbani, his eldest daughter Dr. Mojdeh Rabbani, his son Dr. Omid Rabbani, his youngest daughter Dr. Marjan Rabbani, and his three grandsons, Nabil, Aiden, and Eman Rabbani.

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  1. Farhang Darabi at · Reply

    He as a wonderful Friend, beloved Soul. Our prayers are for Progress of his soul. Best to family and Friends..

  2. Barbara and John Herbert at · Reply

    Our condolences on the passing of Dr. Rabbani. He was a gracious, kind gentleman and will be missed. He leaves a tremendous legacy in you his family.

  3. Jane Phipps at · Reply

    Dear Rabbani Family,
    I am so sorry for your great loss. Prayers and peaceful thoughts are coming your way.
    Love, Jane Phipps

  4. Jean Softcheck de Diaz at · Reply

    The Díaz Family offers its loving condolences to dear Dr. Rabbani’s family. He was lovingly remembered at the feast and Mr. Bahji kindly offered to chant a prayer for the departed, especially remembering Adib and his beautiful soul. How often we would run into one another in the Publix parking lot and this gentleman would greet me with the good news that he had just shared about the Faith with someone in the store! I also loved very much that he liked my jokes and silliness. I am one of his greatest fans and feel very grateful that I was able to know him in this life. His lemons will always be a special reminder of spiritual growth when we enjoy them. May his spirit continue to shed loving bounties on his beautiful family. Hugs to all, especially to Iran.

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