Robert Eugene Cohen
March 18, 1939 – December 28, 2018
Robert Eugene Cohen passed away peacefully at Jersey Shore Medical University Medical Center on December 28, 2018.
Born in Neptune and raised in Belmar, Bob was a veteran of the United States Air Force from 1957 to 1961, and graduated from Monmouth College in 1965.
Bob is predeceased by his parents, Nathan and Bess Cohen and his first wife, Sherry Kaplan Cohen.
He is survived by his wife of 45 years Susan (Catalano) Cohen, his daughters Beth Cohen Jamerson (Larry), Hilary Cohen Rinaldi (Richard), his sons, Michael Cohen (Helen) and Robert Wosnitzer (Sonja), and his sister, Gwen Cohen Bushman (Larry).
He is also survived by his 5 grandchildren Sarah Jamerson, Richard Rinaldi, Jake Rinaldi, Albert Clark, and Stella Wosnitzer and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, cousins, and friends.
Bob will be remembered by his laughing and joke telling and love of cooking and food. He enjoyed golf, tennis, fishing and watching all sports and old movies but mostly his children and grandchildren.
- Susan Cohen, Wife
- Beth (Larry) Jamerson, Daughter
- Michael (Helen) Cohen, Son
- Hilary (Richard) Rinaldi, Daughter
- Robert (Sonja) Wosnitzer, Son
- Gwen (Larry) Bushman, Sister
- Albert Clark, Grandson
- Sarah Jamerson, Granddaughter
- Richard Rinaldi, Grandson
- Jake Rinaldi, Grandson
- Stella Wosnitzer, Granddaughter
- Funeral Service Monday, December 31, 2018
- Committal Service Monday, December 31, 2018
- Shiva Monday, December 31, 2018
- Shiva Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Robert Eugene Cohen
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December 30, 2018
Bobby and my sister Sandy were more than cousins; they were good friends. Growing up, I often saw him at our house and down the street at Uncle Nat and Aunt Bess’s. (They had a boxer named Gretchen who was bigger than I was.)
Bobby was always so easy to be with, always looking for a laugh. He was also the first Jewish guy I ever met who had a tattoo! I really liked him, admired him, and will miss him more than he would have thought.