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Joseph Cohen

Joseph Charles "Joe" Cohen

Friday, November 29th, 1935 - Wednesday, March 17th, 2021
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Obituary

Joseph “Joe” Charles Cohen, age 85, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 17th, surrounded by his loving family.

Joe was born in the Bronx, New York to the late Charles and Estelle Cohen, but primarily resided in Mays Landing, New Jersey. After graduating from Vineland High School in 1954, he completed three years with the United States Army and then received an associate degree in technology from Temple University. He later retired from Lockheed Martin (formerly RCA) in 1999 after many years of dedicated work.

Joe was known for his kind heart, welcoming spirit, and loyalty to his family and friends. Among those who knew him best, he could always be counted on to lend a helping hand, take family photos, and make his legendary waffles. He was a true outdoorsman and enjoyed biking, kayaking, golfing and playing pickle ball. He was especially proud of his beautiful gardens, his handiwork at home, and his three hikes to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.

Joe is survived and will be greatly missed by his loving wife of 59 years, Diane (Kurtz) Cohen; children, Lisa Goldner (husband Jonathan Goldner) and Mark Cohen (Jan Burgos and her daughter Isabel Burgos); and granddaughters, Breanna, Hayley, and Skylar. He is also survived by his brothers, Robert and Noel Cohen, and preceded in death by his younger brother, Jason Cohen.

Services will be private.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent in Joe’s honor to The Hospice Promise Foundation, benefitting AtlantiCare Hospice in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey (6550 Delilah Road, Suite 210, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234).
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Wanda Wiswall

Posted at 06:41am
My thought and prayers are with you all. My your wonderful memories with Joe comfort you. So sorry for your loss.
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Lisa Goldner Posted at 07:32pm

Thank you so much for this thoughtful gesture Wanda.
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The Nickels Family

Posted at 01:08pm
Mark & Family, Our family extends our deepest sympathies for your loss. Your Dad remains in your heart and now memorialized with a tree planting. XO
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Lisa Goldner Posted at 07:31pm

Thank you so much for this very special gesture. Sincerely, Diane, Lisa, Mark and family
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Jen Connell

Posted at 10:37am
Mark and Skylar, So sorry for your loss. Sending you thoughts of peace and comfort. Love, Jen, Damon and Tyler.
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Bill Giambatista

Posted at 12:53pm
We remember Joe from our days back in the 50s when we commuted to Temple University. He was a terrific student and a great guy. We'll miss him.
Best from Hen Wimberg, Don "Decker" Pitale, and Bill "Skeet" Giambatista
 
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Lisa Goldner Posted at 07:33pm

Thank you for the nice memory. Diane

Julie Schoenberg Fields

Posted at 11:03am
Diane and family....We are so sorry for your loss! We have fond memories of our bowling league....such fun times! You are in our thoughts and prayers!!🙏🏻❤️
Julie & Serge Fields
 
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Lisa Goldner Posted at 07:35pm

Thank you so much for reaching out. I have great memories of all the fun we had. ❤️ Diane
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