Linda-Cohen-Obituary

Linda Cohen

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Linda and I have been friends since we were 11 together in elementary school. She was always trying, in the words of Tennyson, "to strive, to seek, to find - and not to yield." Her going leaves a large hole in my universe.

Linda spun sounds to emotions. She will missed by the many whose lives she touched. My late husband and I were lucky to have had a private performance by Linda and her long-time musical partner, Michael Kac, for my 50th birthday in Minneapolis. I send deepest hopes for peace for Beth and the family. Susan

I met Linda almost 40 years ago. It is difficult to describe her influence on me. She was a teacher in many ways. She obviously had a gift for the guitar but also a wonderful talent for people. My condolences to her family.

Linda was a wonderful friend, superb musician, and great teacher. I offer my heartfelt condolences to her parents, her sister, and her many friends and students.
Gary Goldschneider

I will miss you.

She was one of our kindest friend for over 30 years and a great teacher to one of my son's Josh Wertheimer

Look at the stars,
How they shine and glow.
Some of the stars died
A long time ago.

Still they shine
In the evening skies,
For you see, like love,
Starlight never dies.

Obituary

Linda's Obituary

COHENLINDA, Jan. 24, 2009 of Phila. Daughter of Harry and Selma Cohen. Sister of Beth Rose; aunt of Aliyah (Stephen); great aunt of Jordan and Bayleigh; also survived by many devoted friends. Relatives and friends are invited to Memorial Services Sun. 3 P.M. The family will begin receiving at...

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