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Larry Cohn Obituary, Houston Millwrights Community Mourns The Death Of Member Larry Cohn

Larry Cohn Obituary – It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Brother Larry Cohn, a revered and longstanding member of 2232. Brother Cohn departed from our midst today, leaving behind a legacy of dedication, service, and camaraderie that will forever be remembered by those who had the privilege of knowing him.

Throughout his tenure, Brother Larry Cohn contributed significantly to the fabric of 2232, leaving an indelible mark on the union. His commitment to the betterment of the organization was evident not only through his role as a business representative but also as an esteemed instructor, imparting his knowledge and expertise to others within the union.

The news of Brother Larry’s passing has undoubtedly cast a somber shadow over the union, as colleagues and friends come to terms with the loss of a respected and cherished member. The depth of his impact on the union, both professionally and personally, is immeasurable, and his absence will be keenly felt by all who had the privilege of working alongside him.

As we collectively mourn the passing of Brother Larry Cohn, we extend our heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, and all those who were fortunate enough to share in his journey. His dedication to the principles of the union, his mentorship, and his unwavering commitment to the well-being of his colleagues have left an enduring legacy that will continue to inspire and resonate within the union.

In the days ahead, as we navigate the complex emotions that accompany the loss of a dear colleague and friend, let us keep Brother Larry Cohn and his loved ones in our thoughts and prayers. May they find solace in the memories of a life lived with purpose and in the enduring impact he has had on the union and the lives of those around him.

Rest in peace, Brother Larry. Your contributions, spirit, and camaraderie will be sorely missed, and your legacy will continue to shape the union for years to come.

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