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Service for:
Jared Cohen, 42
May 11, 2018
26 Iyar, 5778
May 18, 2018
Cong. Or Shalom, 205 Old Grassy Hill Rd. Orange, Ct.
11:00 a.m.

Beth Israel Cemetery,855 Derby Milford Rd. Orange, CT.

May be sent to; National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, 120 Wall St. Ste; 29 NY, NY,1005,  Re; Cohen

Period of Mourning will be Observed at The Cohen resident ,58 North Racebrook Rd. Woodbridge on Friday until 8 pm. and on Saturday 1-9 pm.


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Posted by:
Mark Kline


So very sad to hear about your loss.
With greatest sympathy.

Mark Kline

Posted by:
Lisa Alden Jurkiewicz

Amy, I am so very sorry for your loss and am thinking of you, your daughter, and the rest of your family. Many thoughts and prayers coming your way….xoxoxo, Lisa

Posted by:
Elley Dai

Amy, I am so deeply sorry for your loss and heartbreak. I never had the chance to meet Jared but loved hearing about him and your adventures together. Please know I am here for you and Salenta and you will be in my daily prayers for healing and peace, may love and comfort surround you and your family. God bless and much to you and your family.

Posted by:
Ray Pleis

So sad, so stunned to hear this terrible news. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Posted by:
Marian Eiermann

Oh Amy, Salenta, Renee and Lew,
I am so saddened to hear of this catastrophic loss. I remember like it was yesterday, driving all over DE and PA searching for the perfect house for his car collection…and we went full circle and purchased the first one you saw! It seems like yesterday when we all went out for dinner in West Chester. It was great meeting Renee and Lew. I still have the beautiful cards that Renee painted. What a beautiful family you have and you are all strong and will support each other from this time forward. Kisses to Salenta. I have not met her, but I can just see the spirit she has! How can she not with you as her mom and Jared as her dad. Great combo. My heart just aches. You will all be in my prayers. Marian

Posted by:
Heide Hostelley

May God bless you and comfort you during this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy.

Posted by:
Alex Dyer

I was so shocked to hear about Jared’s passing. I am so sorry for you loss. I truly enjoyed my time with Jared working together and talking cars. He was a special guy and I will really miss him. You and Salenta are in my thoughts.

Posted by:
Carolyn Johnston

I’m so sorry to just hear of your loss. I worked with him at AZ, and kept in touch throughout the years as he transitioned to southern cal. hoping to work with him again. He was such an intelligent, thoughtful, and kind person. My condolences are with you and your entire family.

Posted by:
Susan Schiavone

I’m so sorry for your loss.
Peace and love to you and your family.

Posted by:
Kendra Shires

I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with him at Avanir. He was a great person and colleague. May he rest in peace and prayers and love surround the family to get through this very difficult time.

Posted by:
Katie Zimmerman

My deepest sympathy to you, Salenta, and the entire family. You’re in my thoughts and prayers. Lots of love to you.

Posted by:
Linda Holl

Amy, Jared and I worked closely together at AstraZeneca in the mid 2000’s. He was a great guy, really. Sensitive, smart, fun, positive. I’m so sorry for your loss. You and your daughter are definitely in my thoughts and prayers.
Linda Holl

Posted by:
Brockie/ Francel

Amy we send you our sincere sympathies and share your grief. We remember Jared sailing on the Chesapeake and periodically have the fortune to encounter each other on the bay or around Annapolis. Be strong. And remember you are not alone.

Posted by:
Adam Spiewak

Jared has been a close, caring friend of mine for over 25 years. We have remained connected, and I will always cherish the memories of times we shared together, dating back to English / Humanities homework in high school, chess matches, nickel poker games, but mostly just the fun and the conversations. Jared was a special person, a mature soul who enjoyed many things young guys didn’t. We got along well!

He was always a great listener, with a genuine fascination and caring interest in anything you wanted to share. His enthusiasm for things great (Buicks) and small (tic-tacs) was infectious. I will think of him whenever I eat cherry breyer’s fruit on the bottom yogurt or put lemon pepper on anything — he introduced me to both. Jared never seemed to take anything for granted and appreciated life’s daily treasures — it didn’t need to be fancy or exciting — doing something with Jared made it worthwhile.

It’s very sad to think that inside Jared, there was another side that didn’t beam in the same way we all knew. Maybe his need for perfection led him to seek it out in everything he did, but not to accept himself for who he was — human, fragile, and somehow suffering. We all would have continued to love and respect him as imperfect…. and perhaps we can all learn that that is ok.

Jared was generous, thoughtful, dedicated, funny, insightful, honest, mischievous, fun, caring, and kind. He made the world a better place and we have suffered a tremendous loss. I will miss you Jared. I couldn’t have asked for a better friend.

My heart goes out to his family — sending you all love, support, and bug hugs. Please reach out any time.

Posted by:
Adam Spiewak

In loving memory of Jared Cohen, a Memorial Fund through the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has been set up. Please consider pledging your support by making a contribution or just looking through some of the resources that they offer. Your support will allow AFSP to continue its mission of saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide.

Thank you in advance for your generosity. I am grateful for everyone’s contribution in creating a culture that’s more aware and sensitive about mental health, mental illness, and the ways in which suicide affects so many people — both those who are suicidal and those who survive the loss of a loved one.


If you are in crisis,call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255)


Posted by:
Gen Good-Malloy (Olds)

Amy and Salenta,

My heart aches for you. You two will be in my prayers forever. Amy you are one of the strongest people I know. There is no doubt in my mind that you will protect and raise your daughter to be as strong as you are. You are both 10s!

I love you.


Posted by:
Avery Funk

May this promise of God be of comfort to all who grieve over Jared’s passing: “Fear not, for I am with you; Be not dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, Yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with My righteous right hand” (Isaiah 41:10).
You raised a wonderful man and he blessed with a beautiful little girl.

Posted by:
John Craun

Jared was a dear friend of mine for 23 years, and I’m going to miss him so much. We met as freshmen at Lehigh University in 1995, and then lived in the same house (the famous “496”) for three years. There were so many adventures and pranks, as well the ups and downs of student life. We had classes together, stayed up late in study sessions together, ate meals together at the campus dining halls and our favorite pizza and wings places near campus… Went on hikes or long drives on weekend days, went to movies, or just stayed at home and talked and joked while we enjoyed one another’s company.
Jared was one-of-a-kind, a truly quirky person who had such a warm nature, a friend who will always have a special place in my heart.
My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends, and who feel this incredible loss, as I do; all who will miss him and remember him with great love.

Posted by:

Cohen Family:

Immediately upon arriving at Aerie, I could sense that Jared was someone in the workplace I could look up to as a big brother figure.

One dinner in DC, he got me to open up about myself. I will always remember that conversation because of how genuinely interested he was in my story, offering me great advice on the professional and personal side of things. Jared hardly knew me, but he never treated me as a stranger. I was looking forward to being able to call him a friend and mentor for many years, but I’ll be sure to carry the glimmer of experiences we shared into the future.

The Cohen family will be in my prayers.

Posted by:
Ted Pappas

Renee and your entire family,

We are so saddened to hear of your loss. Hopefully many happy memories of Jared can fill your thoughts during this difficult time. May he rest in peace.

Our deepest condolences, sincerely

Ted and Dorcee Pappas

Posted by:
Gerri Frankel

So many times, in the past, when I was asked by Jared to write a college or job recommendation, I began with the same loving and sincere words: if you are very, very lucky, your son/daughter will bring someone home like Jared Cohen. He was the most wonderful, kind, and positively reinforcing student/friend a person could have. I regret that I didn’t recognize that he was also fragile. My love and admiration for him and his family will endure well beyond this sad week. Streaming the service brought me closer, but I would rather have been with you. See you soon for the hugs and more hugs that we will share.

Posted by:
Jen Tillman & Meryle Voytilla

Dear Amy and Jared,
We are privileged to be a part of your circle. We are blessed to have had the opportunity to see Salenta and Winston come into your lives. We are happy to have had the opportunity to meet your friends and family. You entered our small world with a wonderful huge presence and always left with a bag of scones. We love your friendship and your kindness. Amy, we are thinking of you. Jen and Meryle

Posted by:
The Bunch Family

Dear Amy, Salenta and Cohens,
Alex and I are still processing the news and wish we could have attended. Our daughter’s first thoughts were to Salenta and then Winston. She worries for both. Please accept our deepest condolences and know our thoughts are with you in this heartwrenching time. Do not hesitate to ask anything of us if we can be of help at any time, day or night.

Posted by:
David Ventura

Amy, Salenta and families,

Words cannot express the deep sadness that we feel with the loss of Jared. He was always a bright spot for us and we enjoyed a classic car enthusiasm and a friendship in Pennsylvania. We have fond memories and Jared always had a wonderful smile and positive attitude. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you endure this difficult time. You are in our hearts and we are so, so sorry.

Dave and Kathy

Posted by:
Shaun Gentry

It just doesn’t seem possible that we have lost our dear friend and colleague, Jared Cohen. He was so energetic, caring and focused on helping those around him. I’ve had the privilege of knowing Jared for just a short while as we worked together at Aerie, but had many opportunities to observe his work and care for others. I also had the pleasure of meeting Amy, Salenta and Winston not long ago at their home for a pizza night. I so enjoyed that experience and meeting both Amy and Salenta who were the lights of Jared’s world. I can honestly say I’m better for having known Jared and will miss his talent, commitment and friendship. We will continue to share our love and concern for his beautiful family that he leaves behind.

Posted by:
Dan Runhaar

Some say grief is love without a place to go. Old Buick sightings will now go without an accompanying text or call to the man that touched so many lives.

Wishing the Cohen and Campion family and friends peace and healing,

Posted by:
Meredith Weksler

Amy, Salenta, and family,

I have never met you but I work at Aerie. Jared was such a bright spot for us. His enthusiasm and all of the effort he put into making things fun and memorable for everyone will not be forgotten. I wish there was more I could say to help you deal with such a great loss. My sincerest condolences. You are in my thought and prayers.

Posted by:
Donna Maier

Amy, Salenta and family,
Words cannot express how sorrowful we are for your loss. May the wonderful memories and warm embrace of your family and friends be of comfort to you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you today and always. Donna and David Maier

Posted by:
Kathy Stinehagen

Dearest Amy and Salenta,
I worked with Jared for many years at AstraZeneca and I’m deeply saddened to hear of your great loss. Jared was a kind and caring person who will always be remembered fondly. May God bless you and give you his peace that passes all understanding in your time of great sorrow.
Love and Prayers,
Kathy Stinehagen

Posted by:
greg malone

My deepest sympathy on your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

Posted by:
Stanley Nayer

Renee, Lew and your entire family
Words cannot express how deeply saddened we are in this time of your loss.
We can only pray for you to find peace and to go forward with only good memories.
Deepest sympathies and lots of love.
Stan Nayer and Barbara Tindel

Posted by:
Tad Heitmann

I am grateful to have had the opportunity to get to know Jared, to be able to work with him to accomplish things we all believed in, to appreciate and learn from the mastery he applied in his professional role, and to enjoy his creative and curious mind, acerbic wit, and wide interests. I know, in time, our engagement and commitment as colleagues would have grown into a great friendship, particularly since we are neighbors. I am especially thankful to have spent time with Jared in Philadelphia last Wednesday. He is still so present in my mind. Words simply cannot express how sorry I am for the pain his death has caused, but I can say that I miss him and that I miss being his colleague. I can also pledge to Amy and Salenta, whom I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting yet, that my wife Susan and I will do anything we can to help you – our Laguna Beach neighbors – as you travel through this dark time. We wish that you and the entire family may find comfort in your anguish and peace in your struggle with Jared’s loss.

Posted by:
Sue and Clark - Clark and Blake

We do not have the words to say how sorry our whole family feels. You know how we feel and you know we will always be there for you and Salenta.

Posted by:
Bob & Diana Greeno

I am so sorry for your loss. I can’t imagine the pain that you are going through. Know that if you need anything, we are here for you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
God Bless You and keep you

Posted by:
Emily Anderson

To my friend Amy, their sweet daughter Salenta, and both families – there aren’t words that truly express how deeply I feel for you. I’ve only known Jared and his family to be kind and compassionate people, and I hope you all find some peace being together during this time. Be well and know you are in the thoughts and prayers of many.
Love, Emily.

Posted by:
Chris & Trish Trefz

Renee, Lew and entire Cohen family,
We can not express how deeply sorry we are for your loss. We cannot imagine the sadness of losing a child. We can only pray for your family in finding peace and to find happiness remembering the many fond memories you all shared as a family.
Our hearts are broken for you and please know that we are here for you.
Deepest sympathies and lots of prayers,
Chris, Trish and Family

Posted by:
Heather Johnson

It’s a struggle to find the right words that might give you any sort of comfort in what I can only imagine as such a difficult time for the entire Cohen Family. I regret having only gotten to know Jared since coming to Aerie in December of last year. He was a great colleague and friend – always seeking to solve the unmet need we brought forward with tireless energy and optimism and delivering with important contributions to our organization that will not be forgotten. Please accept my deepest sympathies and prayers.

Sincerely, Heather

Posted by:
Abdellah Ouhammach

My sincere and deepest sympathy and condolences on your loss.
My prayers and thoughts are with you.

Posted by:
Dee Prince

Amy, please know our thoughts and prayers are with you and Salenta and the entire Cohen family at this time. Even though I’ve only known you for a short time, it seems like longer. Your spirit and honesty and competence are amazing. Your fun stories had me wanting to meet Jared and Salenta too! Wishing you all strength and solace through this difficult time.

Posted by:
Mary Lynn Spedding & Family

Our deepest sympathy to the Cohen family. May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time.

Posted by:
Vicki Hart

My deepest sympathy to Amy, Solanta and the entire Cohen family. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.

Posted by:
Ayisha Jeter

My sincere condolences to you and your family as you go through this difficult time. Please know that you’re in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by:
Don and Susan Kaletsky

Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved son and husband.

Posted by:
Soheil and Cindy Chavoshi

Dear Amy, Solanta and the Cohen Family, please know that we share your loss and sorrow. Jared’s smile and genuine personality will be missed. Nothing we say will lessen your hardship, but know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by:
Erin Horn

Words seem inadequate to express the sorrow felt by the loss of Jared. My heart is with the entire Cohen family as you navigate this tragedy. Jared was a colleague and a friend. He always spoke with such immense joy about his family and acted with warmth, excitement, support, and empathy following the recent birth of my son. It was obvious that family was his everything. It was an honor to know Jared and I pray you find peace in knowing the lasting impact he had on so many.
Erin Horn

Posted by:
Sandrine & Xavier Bredzinski

Before we even knew each other, Jared invited sandrine and me to his house and garden party. This meant a lot to us and it was the beginning of a wonderful relationship.
That day we not only met a gentleman only but an open minded and genuine person. Jared will always remain in our thoughts this way.
May you rest in peace.
We send our warmest love and deepest sympathy to Amy, Salenta and Jared’s family.
Sandrine and « X »

Posted by:
Concetta M. Perro

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you, and my deepest sympathies. I did not have the pleasure of meeting Jared, as I started working with Aerie two weeks ago, but I have heard wonderful things about him from so many of his co-workers. I am so very sorry for your loss.

Posted by:
Heather Flanders

Warmest Aloha to Jared up in heaven looking down on all of us. Although I had only spoke to hima few times, I saw the spirit he had to help people. I also saw the happiness he had with his job at aerie. He was a tremendous help to me at the aerie launch meeting in Dallas and I am greatfull to have the little time I did to see his light. All of my thoughts, prayers, positive vibes and energy go out to his family, especially Amy and Salenta.

Aloha Jared

Posted by:
Mike McCleerey

Dear Amy and Salenta,
I have never met you but I worked with Jared at Aerie. I want you both to know that you have my deepest sympathy. I liked Jared very much and will miss him. My hopes and prayers are for you two at this time. My most sincerest condolences.
Mike McCleerey

Posted by:
Michael Rowe

Dear Cohen Family:

Jared was my colleague and friend. I first met him when he was interviewing for his most recent job and took an instant liking to him – an engineer! Translation – a marketing person who can add and subtract! Over the last year we have worked closely together and also shared good times as he would take me on a “forced march” up the hills of Laguna, play poker, or show me his ultra-cool Jag. I was looking forward to having more time with him, planning on things we could do out in the desert, but unfortunately it was not meant to be. My feeling of loss, as much as it might be for me, cannot compare with yours’. My heart goes out to you and my thoughts and prayers are with Jared’s spirit. May his memory live on in those who loved him.

God, full of mercy, who dwells in the heights, provide a sure rest upon the Divine Presence’s wings, within the range of the holy, pure and glorious, whose shining resemble the sky’s, to the soul of Jared for a charity was given to the memory of his soul. Therefore, the Master of Mercy will protect him forever, from behind the hiding of his wings, and will tie his soul with the rope of life. The Everlasting is his heritage, and he shall rest peacefully upon his lying place, and let us say: Amen.

Posted by:
Melissa Wagenbrenner

I met Jared about six months ago when I started working on the same team at Aerie. In that short time Jared made his character known by always quickly and patiently responding to questions, showing genuine respect for the ideas and input from his teammates, and having uplifting things to say. The news came as such a shock and I can’t put into words how saddened I am for your family. I hope that you find comfort in your shared memories of Jared, and in knowing that he made a positive impact on those around him, even when he didn’t know us well.

Posted by:
Erica Reading

Words seem inadequate to express the sadness I feel. I can’t imagine the heartache that you feel dear friend. Just know that I love you and am here for you and Salenta.

Some of my favorite memories in St. Michaels involve you and Jared. In fact, I can’t think of the last time on was in St. Michaels and I didn’t think of those fun times. Some of my best memories include going out on the boats, relaxing (and playing “hands game”) in the pool, and watching the twinkle in Jared’s eyes as he talked about sailing.

Thinking of you, wishing you the hope in the midst of sorrow, comfort in the midst of pain. I am here for you and will be there this weekend dear friend.

Love, Erica

Posted by:
Rebecca Holmes

My deepest Condolences to you and your family. I will be keeping you guys in my thoughts and prayers!

Posted by:
Nicole Keller


I am so sorry for your loss. You and your daughter are in our thoughts and prayers during this extremely difficult time.

Posted by:
Bronwyn Williams


I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.


Posted by:
Lisa Rivenburgh

I am so so sorry for you loss.
I worked with Jared for just a short time. He was a great guy and will be missed by so many.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by:
Dan Kulp

Amy, Salenta and family,

It has been a long handful of days trying to process this loss. Ultimately I always come back and am comforted by remembering the person that gave me opportunities, that challenged me, that was open to new ideas and that was always able to make work seem less like “work”. Jared was equally enjoyable to work with as he was to work for…….a rare gift.

I pray that you too will be able to find some measure of peace in knowing that he made so many of us better for having known him.

I pray for your strength and God’s blessings.


Posted by:

Dear Renee & Lew,
Please know that my love is with you at this most difficult time. I know you and can only imagine your pain. From all I’ve heard and read, he was an amazing young man. Hopefully, those joyous memories will give you strength. My sincerest condolences to Amy & Salenta. My heart aches for you. I wish I were closer. I just want to hold you.

Posted by:
Jennifer Johnson

Amy, we are so sorry for you and your family. Please know we are praying for your strength during this incredibly difficult time. Sending huge hugs and love from Maryland.
Love, Wayne and Jennifer

Posted by:
Susan Signall


I want you to know how very special Jared and you were to me while I lived in Salisbury. You both provided such support for me personally and professionally. I felt very connected with Jared, he had that way with people. I always felt that when I was with him, he was solely and genuinely interested in me and my life. A true gift that I will always cherish. YOU, Salenta, and all of Jared’s family are in my thoughts and prayers. It will take me some time to wrap my head around this tragic loss! I love you dearly, my friend!

Posted by:
Kate Derbyshire

Amy – My heart goes out to you, Salenta and the rest of the family. You have been on my mind since I heard of Jared’s passing. Sending you all prayers of peace and courage as you navigate these rough waters.
All my love,

Posted by:
Sandra Heinig

Amy and the Cohens,
My deepest sympathy and prayers for peace.

Amy, you and Jared gave me so many great memories. Jared was one of my dearest friends at work for years – finding fun in events to plan and give input on projects whenever I needed help. His passion for boating, cars, and being involved were contagious. Amy, you were such a great joy to add to the circle of friends. In these times, may you know you are loved.

Posted by:
Nick Gianoulis

Dear Amy, Salenta, Winston and the Cohen family, I had the privilege of Jared’s friendship that I will cherish forever. We bonded immediately over our passion for fun, family and friends, adventure, sailing and of course cars. Jared met the perfect woman in Amy and our friendships blossomed even through my divorce and challenging times. Jared and Amy’s warmth and love extended to my family and friends. It is no surprise that Salenta has all the wonderful qualities of her mom and dad. While I will miss Jared dearly his spirit will live on in all of us who were fortunate to know and love him. Nick

Posted by:
Dan and Melissa Remillard

We are so saddened by this news. Please know that we are thinking and praying for you Amy, for Salenta, and for all of your family. And we wish you strength and courage for the difficult time ahead. You can rest assured you have friends and family waiting to help.

Posted by:
Tom Viscount


Our heart goes out to you and your family at such a difficult time. We remember Jared as a gentle, warm, caring person and I pray that, over time you find peace and comfort in the good times you shared together.

Many prayers your way.
Tom and Maria Viscount.

Posted by:
Debbie Maynard

Amy, Selenta, Winston and the Cohen family – sending our love and prayers. Jared was such a great friend and colleague. He was so smart, funny and always giving of his time to make whatever you were working on be so much better. On a personal level, he was also a great ambassador for New England – we went to Newport, RI for the first time because of Jared and fell in love too. Jared also taught me the correct way to cut a croissant. For years I had used a regular knife, but he said “no, serrated is the way to go.” And as usual, Jared was right. We will miss you.
Love, Debbie, Rick and Glynnis

Posted by:
Ron Siggs

Please accept my sympathy on your loss. I extend my condolences to you and your family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.


Posted by:
Aaron Gates

Nothing said will grasp the sense of sorry felt for all family and friends. Sending many prayers to you in hopes that time will heal your hearts.

Posted by:
Eric Berendt

Jared and I became friends in the first grade and his Mom was my teacher. I have fond memories of being classmates and going over Jared’s house to play. Although a long time ago now, I truly enjoyed those times and will miss Jared. My heart goes out to the entire Cohen family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by:
carrie thomason

Amy, Salenta, Winston and to Jared’s other family members,

May your heart and soul find peace and comfort. Peace, Prayers and Blessings, Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you.

Carrie & Randy Thomason

Posted by:
Louis Katayama

I’m sure I am not alone when I say this does not seem real still. Jared was a great friend and one of the few real friends I had in Orange County. I remember the first day I met him in the office he was warm and charismatic and we quickly bonded over dogs and cars. I will always remember and keep close to my heart the many hikes we did with Winston, or the drives we went on in the E-type, the poker nights we had, and the time he taught me how to drive a manual. Jared was always smiling and carried joy where ever he went. He will always hold a place in my heart and I will always be grateful for the times I got to spend with him. My dearest condolences go out to Amy, Salenta, Winston, Jared’s family, and all other friends and colleagues who are affected by his passing. Let’s keep our spirits up, keep him close to our hearts, and remember Jared for the great man he was as we move forward.

Posted by:
Lori Castle & Family

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Cohen family.

Posted by:
Ashwin Anand

I came to know the Cohen family when they moved to California. Jared was a humanist and he will be missed by all. My deepest sympathies to your family. We are here to help, listen and heal.

Posted by:
Kelly Gottus

There are no words that can provide you comfort during this time. I only hope that my words will let you know how much Jared was loved by those he worked with. And know how much good he did and gave.

Jared was a friend and coworker. He was the kindest and most compassionate person. He always wore a smile and had an encouraging remark whenever he saw you. There is an empty place in our work family, and in my heart. He will be missed.

My deepest sympathies to your family. My heart breaks thinking of the pain you must be feeling. I am lifting you all up in prayer. I will light a candle for him on Shabbat.

Posted by:
Sarah Gulla

Amy, Salenta, Renee and Louie,

There aren’t the right words to express how deeply saddened I am about Jared’s passing. He was a wonderful person and a true friend. He will always be in my heart as will all of you.

We had such adventures together during our Annapolis days between sailing outings, hanging out with good friends, and our sailing trip (or not sailing as it turned out) to Key West. Jared was constant friend who I could always count on. I will miss him terribly. Sending love to all of you and the rest of his family and friends.

With lots of love, Sarah Gulla

Robert E. Shure Funeral Home is the only strictly Jewish Funeral Home in the Greater New Haven area.

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