Uncle Harold was a great guy. He was both funny at times and witty. I will never forget his laugh and all the fun times we had with him and the family. My mother Bernice adored her brothers and now she has them in her company again. g-d Bless you Uncle Harold and all your siblings. Your niece, Linda Marx keeble
I want to express my deep appreciation to Mr. Cohen's family for his life and gifts to me and my family. He gave many years of friendship and professional advice to us. He was an enormous help to me at the time of my mother's death, giving me emotional encouragement as well as much-needed financial wisdom.He was the first person I saw at her funeral. I will always be grateful to him for being there for me during very difficult times.
He was also very much present for my mother at the time of my father's death, as I believe his father was present for my grandmother when her husband passed away. He used to tell me that he had known our family for generations. I remember whenever my mother struggled with a financial decision, she would say, "I'll call Harold Cohen; he'll know what to do." And she was right! He was a great comfort and a wise friend.
Although I didn't see him once he retired, I certainly thought about him. What a good man. I was proud to know him. Mary Herbert Weaver Kelly, 3811 Richland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37205, firstname.lastname@example.org