Papers relating to the funeral of Habibollah Mohebati, 1991

Habibollah Mohebati on his 60th birthday shortly before he died | Contributed to the Letter in the Attic by Farangiz Khavari Mohebati
Habibollah Mohebati on his 60th birthday shortly before he died
Contributed to the Letter in the Attic by Farangiz Khavari Mohebati
Telegram from the Baha'i World Centre, Haifa, Israel, conveying sympathies on the death of Habibollah Mohebati | Contributed to the Letter in the Attic by Farangiz Khavari Mohebati
Telegram from the Baha'i World Centre, Haifa, Israel, conveying sympathies on the death of Habibollah Mohebati
Contributed to the Letter in the Attic by Farangiz Khavari Mohebati

Habibollah Mohebati was born into a Baha’i family in the town of Yazd, Iran, in 1931.  Having completed his studies, he became a successful and prominent businessman in Iran.  He married Farangiz Khavari in 1960 and they had one daughter and two sons.

After the revolution in Iran in 1980, he left the country with his family and settled in Brighton.  He became ill with leukaemia in 1990 and died at the age of 60 on 28th March 1991.

A collection of papers and photos relating to the funeral of Habibollah Mohebati at Hove cemetery has been shared with the Letter in the Attic project by his wife, Farangiz Khavari Mohebati.

Baha’i World Centre sends condolences

“Saddened news passing dearly loved Habib Mohebati. His services [to the] Cause greatly valued. Praying Holy Shrines progress his soul. Convey members family loving sympathy. Universal House of Justice.”

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