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In Loving Memory of

Mimi Cohen

June 3rd, 2024


Mimi Cohen, nee Hazan, age 95, of Riverwoods, beloved wife of the late Elie R. Cohen; loving mother of Denise (late Jay) Fetman, Ralph (Amy) Cohen, Shirley (late Gregg) Katz, and Dr. Jack (Bonnie) Cohen; adored Nonny of Elliot, Jayme (Jake), Brian (Maggie), Marissa (Larry), Alec (Cassidy), Landon (Amanda), Emily, Sammy (Sarah), Jocelyn, Ethan, and Jordyn; proud great grandmother of Jaymeson, Austin, Aiden, Brooklyn, Cooper, and Brynn; devoted daughter of the late Jacob and the late Latifeh Hazan; cherished sister of Isaac (Rachel) Hazan, Raymond (Betty) Hazan and the late Edgard (Brenda Hidary) Hazan and the late Albert Hazan: treasured aunt and friend to many. Mimi was a successful and respected buyer of children’s clothing. She traveled the globe to celebrate family simchas, never missing a special occasion. Mimi’s family was the center of her universe. She will be so dearly missed. Service Thursday, 11:00 a.m. CT at The Chapel, 195 N. Buffalo Grove Rd., Buffalo Grove (1 Block N. of Lake Cook Rd.). The service will be livestreamed on Mimi’s webpage at Interment Waldheim Cemetery, Gate 41A, Forest
Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Anti-Defamation League,, or the FIDF, Info: The Goldman Funeral Group (847) 478-1600.

Arrangements by Goldman Funeral Group.

Memorial Events


Date & Time Thursday 06/06/2024 at 11:00 AM

Address Buffalo Grove Chapel - Under the Direction of The Goldman Funeral Group

195 N. Buffalo Grove Road

Phone (847) 478-1600

OfficiatorRabbi Shmuel Notick


Address Mimi Cohen Residence
2387 Pebble Beach Lane
Riverwoods, IL 60015

Additional Information
Thursday following the cemetery (approximately 2:15 p.m.) until 8:00 p.m.

Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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