In Memory

Steven Cohen

Steven Cohen

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09/18/10 02:03 PM #1    

Nancy Hiudt (Enneking)

Dear Steve: I think about you so very often. All the memories, not only of growing up together but the times we spent going to California, riding motorcycles, having our businesses across from each other and raising our children together. The honor of being your son's Godmother and you being Peter's Godfather meant a great deal to both of us. I'll never forget when you and Judi baby sat for Jeff when Barb and Steve got married....what an experience for you two!  So many were taken from us way too soon my dear, dear friend. Whenever I fly with Dennis you are always in my mind and heart and now I know why you loved to fly so much.  I really miss you!  Love,  Nancy

09/21/10 08:05 AM #2    

Mark Silverstein

 Esteban, wow, didn't think I would write something but with the 45th Reunion coming I started to wax nostalgic. You'll like this, I'm taking delivery of a 2010 Triumph Bonneville T100. How well I remember your Triumph, with Bahama Yellow tank, sitting in our dining area, dripping oil on West Clifton Ave..

The notion that a Jewish guy rode a motorcycle and actually worked on it as well was beyond my comprehension. As I remember your mother didn't know you actually owned it! I could just imagine me telling my mother that I just bought a bike! Tons of quilt!

So I thought of you when I bought the bike, I smiled, felt aglow thinking of some crazy times we spent in college. Your face, still young came to me, and I'll be thinking of you every time I ride. Peace to you.



01/10/11 07:00 PM #3    

Ken Ellison

Steve, dude , why? why am i wrting to all the really nice guys! 7th grade thru University College at U.C, THE pROF ASKED? why can;t you grow a beard like Steve C. i DON'T KNOW ' LET;S SEE i'AM NOT JEWISH! Great beard Steve; Ell

07/05/15 04:37 PM #4    

Jeff Robinson

My first friend from Stillwell Rd. Roselawn School knowing your mom, dad and your sister. Then on to Woodward. We semed to grow apart and then I hear your married and  fond of flying. Never did I imagine my folks would call one day and tell me of a plane crash...jeff

07/05/15 07:25 PM #5    

Paul Hendrick

Where are all these bad news coming from?  So many losses - did I really never know at the time.  Like with parents, teachers are supposed to go before their students.  What losses over the years. RIP, Steve.  Paul

08/13/15 06:02 PM #6    

Larry Knapp

With the big 50 reunion coming up I can remember my good friend and cousin-in-law Stephen who died tragically in a single engine airplane crash on his way to motorcycle races in Daytona in March 1989.  He died so young at age 41. 

08/14/15 03:12 PM #7    

Eddie Lewis

Steve and I were buddies since we were like6 or 7 yrs old on Burton Ave. in N Avondale.  A great guy. always fun. His private plane crashed a year after I moved to Florida, 1988. Miss You Steve.........

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