In Memory

Robbie Cohen

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12/07/21 06:39 AM #1    

Carole Fishler (Slonin)

May his memory forever be a blessing. As I remember Robbie from high school, he was always so kind, dashing, and helpful. A great Landon lion!


12/07/21 10:06 AM #2    

Lee Sinoff


You are part of the fabric of our lives and, even though we may not have shared much time or space with you since we graduated from Landon in 1963, you will always be a very important part of our past, our present and our future !  You hold a place of high esteem, genuine regard and warm affection in our hearts — and, a seat on the front row in Ms. Perkins' class for eterninty.  (Please take my desk... she scares me !)

May your journey ahead be as full and rich as your past 76 years have been.  We will see you soon, in the days, months and years still to come.

With sincere thoughts and prayers,

12/07/21 12:41 PM #3    

Michael Gable

Shocking news.  Robbie was a very good classmate, team mate and just a decent, worthwhile person.  I remember him as being kind to all and he will surely be missed.  Condolences to Robbie's family and many friends.

12/07/21 08:27 PM #4    

Gail Grossman (Rice)

I am so sad to hear this. Robbie was a great friend who always told you exactly what he was thinking. He was reliably, undeniably smart and funny. His bio reflects an outstanding and caring career, and I wish I'd had the opportunity to know him beyond high school. But we did have a great time at the 25th reunion! Such a big loss.

12/11/21 07:11 AM #5    

Richard Oberdorfer

Robbie was one of the good guys.  He will be missed by everyone fortunate enough to know him.

12/13/21 09:51 AM #6    

Bob Marsh (Marsh)

I'm pretty sure I remember Robbie from Hendricks; seems like he lived on Birmingham Rd near St Mark's Lutheran Church back then. I remember him as being a guy who was purposeful in what he did whether sports or academics. Good memories. Condolences to family and friends. 

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