Eugene Kahn

February 11, 1924April 19, 2013

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  • Funeral Service Monday, April 22, 2013

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Kyle Cohen

June 16, 2013

Dear Michael,

I don't know if you will see this as it is almost two months since Gene died. I am so sorry for your loss. Your dad was a good friend to our family, especially my father. I will never forget that your parents made the effort to visit me at college during my freshman year.

I hope that warm memories of great times with your dad will quickly replace the grief in your heart right now.


Kyle Cohen

May 11, 2013

Dear Michael
So sorry to hear about your Dad. All the best, Nadine "Debbie" Epstein

May 10, 2013

Michael, I just saw this. . . I would have come to the funeral had I seen it before. Your Father was a very special man who was important to me and my family. Much love, Jill LaZare

Lisa Cohen Scott

April 30, 2013

Dear Michael,
Your dad was a class act. Handsome, charming, bright, funny and kind is how I will always remember him. I wish I had known as he was a great comfort to me when my dad passed in 1985. I still remember him joking with me as I left the service. Please call me. My number is the same.

April 29, 2013

Dear Michael and family
We were so sorry to hear about Uncle Genie. He was such a kind man and Sandy and I have fond memories of him. Our sincere condolences are sent to you and your family at this difficult time.


April 26, 2013

I am so sorry for your loss. I pray you find comfort for your memories & know that God, the hearer of prayers will comfort his mourning ones. Isaiah 61:2

Maggie Kneip

April 24, 2013

My grandfather Albert Kneip was killed in an accident in the Kneip Bakery Truck in 1924, the year Gene was born, leaving my father, Arthur, age 4 and his sister, Lillian Age 2, to be raised by Albert's widow, our grandmother Pearl L. Kneip. Afterward, though Pearl returned to her own family's turf in Virginia to raise her children, Gene was the "Kneip cousin" who gracefully, charmingly, sincerely kept the Kneip Family, Kneip Bakery and Jersey Shore connection to my own father and our family alive. (As did his lovely mother, Della, and wonderful wife, Joan.) Today we feel lucky that legacy is ably sustained by Gene's son, Michael. We will miss Gene terribly. He was a uniquely wonderful man.

Rosalyn Israel Knepell

April 23, 2013

We're so sorry we couldn't be with the rest of our family to mourn the loss of our mother's wonderful cousin. Our thoughts and love are with you. Roz(Israel)&Pete Knepell

April 23, 2013

Our deepest sympathies- Maria Payan & Family-and Mitch Lilien

Donald Vineburg

April 23, 2013

Gene his brothers and parents were friends of our family for years. Their bakery was the best and they delivered cinnamon buns and rolls, directly to the door of our house, and if we were lucky, we would get them before the squirrels each morning. Asbury Park was a great place to grow up and live back then. My sympathies. Donald Vineburg,