Rudy Jacob Taub

Rudy Jacob Taub

July 29, 1941 - August 12, 2021
San Clemente CA

Rudy Jacob Taub

July 29, 1941 - August 12, 2021
San Clemente CA


On Thursday, August 12, 2021, Rudy Taub, beloved husband, father, and grandfather passed away at the age of 80.

Rudy was born on July 29, 1941 in Glogon, Yugoslavia to Nicolaus and Katharina Taub.  He immigrated to the United States with his mother and grandfather in 1951 and they settled in Southern California.  In high school he was able to attend a special program in electronics which is where his passion for electronics and circuitry began. He married Delores Millay on November 10, 1962 and had three children. Rudy built a career with Sears as an electronic technician and later became a sales representative.

Rudy was a fun-loving family man and especially loved spending time with his family and friends and really enjoyed traveling.  He will be missed greatly and is survived by his wife Delores, his three children, Theresa, Katharine, and Rudy, and his six grandchildren, Nicholas, Vanessa, Blake, Alisa, Jacob, and Justin.

There will be a vigil at O’Connor Mortuary in Laguna Hills on Thursday, September 2nd at 10:00am. After the vigil, there will be a burial at Ascension Cemetery immediately followed by a reception.

Vigil Service

  • Date & Time: September 02, 2021 (10:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
  • Venue: O'Connor Mortuary
  • Location: 25301 Alicia Parkway Laguna Hills, CA 92653 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (949) 581-4300

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2 responses to Rudy Jacob Taub

  1. Honoring Rudy’s life with those who are missing him. I am the grandchild of his friends, Frank & Silvana Eichhorn. I witness that his presence is deeply missed. I am grateful to know he served as a devoted family member and contributed his talents and gifts to this world. Thank you, Rudy, for all the wonderful memories you gifted family and friends with. We will remember you, always.

  2. He was known as Rudy to most, but he was and will always be Grandpa to me. Above all else, he was devoted to his family. Growing up, I always looked forward to visiting Grandpa’s house because he was always so excited to play with us kids, even picking up video game controllers to try and engage us in our chosen games. He had a kind spirit” any argument you might have had was forgotten and forgiven by the next time you spoke. He was thoughtful and sweet, giving out little gifts to show he was thinking of you. I will always cherish the memory of him whenever I gaze at the stained glass kaleidoscope he made me from scratch. He was a good man, and he will be missed. I love you, Grandpa.

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