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Lloyd Cohen

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Lloyd Cohen Obituary
Cohen, Lloyd
Attorney Lloyd Daniel Cohen, age 64, of Grove City, OH, passed away peacefully at the Wexner Heritage Village, Zusman House, in the loving arms of his wife prior to being surrounded by his friends (at all hours of the day and night) on Saturday, November 25, 2017 after a long courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He was born December 18, 1952 to the late Mitchel and Shirley Cohen. Lloyd is survived by his loving wife of 16 years, Debra; children: Eric (Andria), Jeremy (Rachel), Loren, and Gayle (Brian), four grandchildren, and numerous cousins. He is also survived by his brothers, Matthew and Marshal. Lloyd was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 1979 and devoted his life to the legal community for 36 years. He was a graduate of The Ohio State University and Capital University Law School. He was a member of the American Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, Columbus Bar Association, and was an active member of the Ohio Bar Fellowship. His practice was in the areas of business financial litigation, probate and estate planning, business bankruptcy, and gas & oil litigation/ receivership. He was well-known for his numerous publications and articles on business, probate and estate planning, bankruptcy law reform, and a variety of canine topics. Being Prepared- A Lawyer's Guide for Dealing with Disability or Unexpected Events, by Lloyd D. Cohen and Debra Hart Cohen, was the book that increased awareness in others and opened the door for many speaking engagements. Some of his awards of accomplishment include: Top Lawyer of Ohio, Top Bankruptcy Law Firm, Top Lawyers and Ohio Super Lawyers. For numerous years, he was director and/or board member for: ABA GP Solo, OSBA, CBA, and CEC, and numerous other organizations. In addition to his dedication as an Ohio Attorney, Lloyd was a member of the AKC Schipperke Club of America and The Columbus All-Breed Club, where enjoyed the thrill of showing his champion Schipperkes. He was also a very active member of the Grove City Masonic Lodge #689, The Aladdin Shrine, Grove City Rotary and The Grove City Chamber of Commerce. Lloyd was adored and respected as a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. His life was one of service and dedication to the legal profession along with making a difference in the lives of others through his positive outlook and sense of humor. His family and friends will miss his joy for life itself and his contagious smile. He enjoyed living life to the fullest while spending time with his wife showing their dogs, golfing, playing tennis, skiing, white water rafting, horseback riding, and gourmet cooking. As long as he was with his wife, friends and family, he was right where he wanted to be. He has touched so many lives and will live forever through his impact and the legacy of his character. Visiting Hours: (Open to the public) Monday, November 27th (5:00- 7:00 PM) at Maeder Quint Tiberi Funeral Home, 1068 S. High St., Columbus, OH 43206. Masonic Funeral Service and Shriner Ceremony to follow at 7:00 PM (Open to friends and family). Funeral Service: Tuesday, November 28th (10:00 AM) at Maeder Quint Tiberi Funeral Home. Graveside service will follow at Forest Rose Cemetery, 1238 N. Columbus St., Lancaster, OH 43130. Friends and family are invited for lunch following graveside service. (Location in Grove City TBD). Shiva will be observed Nov. 28th, 29th, and 30th, beginning at 6:00 PM. Friends and family are welcome to join us at the home of Lloyd D. Cohen, 1383 Pinnacle Club Drive, Grove City, OH. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions preferred to Lloyd Cohen Endowment Fund, Columbus Jewish Foundation, 1175 College Avenue, Columbus, OH 43209, The Schipperke Club of America or . To view and sign on-line register, visit www.MaederQuintTiberi.com
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Nov. 26, 2017
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