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Jared D. Cohen

Laguna Beach, Ca, Connecticut

1976 - 2018

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Cohen, Jared D.Jared D. Cohen, 42, of Laguna Beach, CA and formerly of Woodbridge, CT, devoted husband of Amy (Campion) Cohen, died on May 11, 2018. Born in New Haven, February 19, 1976, he was a son of Lewis and Renee' (Sender) Cohen of Woodbridge. Beloved Father of Salenta Cohen of Laguna...

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I had the pleasure of working with Jared at AZ. He would come down to MD we would chat about boats and cars. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing today from a colleague. Amy , my family will think of Jared often and keep you and the baby in our prayers.

Amy and Cohen Family:

I had the honor of becoming friends with Jared Cohen while he worked at AstraZeneca. I have great memories of time at work and of time on a sail boat where Jared gave Rich and I some sailing lessons and even a few fishing trips. My favorite memory is when I had a Sailor with 3 fishermen on my boat. Jared being the sailor, with James Thornton, Rich Herbst and I as the fishermen. On that day it was Jared the sailor who caught the biggest fish. I don't want to...

Amy So very very sorry to hear the news . I lost my brother Clem last June in a similar manner. best wishes mike and nicole neesham

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Jared and I bonded a few years ago when we met at a Jaguar Concourse and discovered that we owned the same model, year, and configuration cars; 1969 Jaguar XKE series II roadsters and that our houses are within a mile of each other.
We attended many car events with our wives and came to truly enjoy each other's company. We cherish the memory of sharing the Passover Seder this year at their home.
My wife Tenko and I feel the profound loss of Jared and our sorrow extends to Amy and...

Dear Renee & Lew,
we are so sorry for your loss. I remember Jared very well. He and Matthew were wonderful boys. I can recall how proud they both were at your retirement dinner.
Please accept our deepest sympathy. "There is no greater loss." Love, Sandy Witkowski and Rich Evans

My mother Edna Stonick always spoke so highly of Jared. So sorry for your loss.

Dear Renee and family,
I have such sweet memories of Jared in my art class. I always appreciated our lunch room conversations when they centered around our children. You always kept me up to date in your family life as you shared your love of family. Because of my hearing you use 1-4-3 (I love you) with Jared my family and I do this---and always will.
My very deepest sympathy to all of you.
May your strength and peace come from the LORD.