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In memory of Yoram Cohen z”l

Message to sponsors:

United Hatzalah of Israel mourns the loss of Yoram Cohen tonight.

Yoram was surrounded by his beloved wife Margo and children and grandchildren as he passed in Miami.

Yoram was a guiding light in Israel and a key reason United Hatzalah is as strong as it is today. He was a beloved and hard working member of our board. His passion for the success of Israel and the future of its people empowered him to be such a devoted philanthropist. Yoram and Margo were honored at our Gala in December for the work they did to help grow United Hatzalah. With his selfless devotion to Israel and mission driven work Yoram’s impact as a Jew, a supporter of Israel and a board member will live on for generations. He was an influential member of the Miami community. He believed in our life saving mission and enabled countless lives to be saved. His legacy is not only living on through his philanthropy but also his beautiful family. Yoram was a loving husband to Margo, a devoted father, grandfather, son to a caring mother, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, and loyal friend. His memory will always be a blessing and he will be forever missed.

The honoring movie about Yoram and Margo December 2022:

יהי זכרו ברוך

Donations raised to date:

Guita Vafai
I hope this small donation will be helpful.
Bruce & Ellen Pearlman
In memoriam of a wonderful man and friend, Yoram Cohen, and his life well lived. Bruce & Ellen Pearlman
Fatima H Ahmed
May Yoram Cohen's memory be a blessing.
Amy & Darryn Weinstein
We honor the memory of Yoram, a truly exceptional man. Our thoughts and condolences are with Margo, Elan, Adam & Doni during this difficult time.
In loving memory of Yoram who will be very missed
Oren and Shana Debbi
In Memory of Yoram Baruch Dayan Haemet
Miriam & David Abrahams
In honor of Yoram Cohen z’l, May his memory be a blessing
Tal S
Diana Gigolaeva
Carolyne Jean Baptiste
In memory of Yoram Cohen. You will definitely be missed. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs to his family.
Sharon and Howard Socol
Alicia Myara and Larry Stern
In memory of Yoram Cohen z”l and all the positive change fostered by his and his family’s generous donations to causes like Hatzalah. May his memory be a blessing! With our deepest condolences, Alicia and Larry Stern.
Elaine Howard
Keep up the great work.
Devin Talbott
Marlene & Stuart Schooler
Yoram will be forever remembered, forever missed. May his memory always be a blessing.
Rabih Zahnan
In memory of Yoram Cohen and his unwavering philanthropy.
Marlene Stanger
In honor and memory of our beloved friend Yoram. You have left a legacy of love, commitment, caring and community and your beautiful family is a blessing to us all, as you were.
Avraham and Michal Kadar
Yoram is a true friend to all of us. Keeping his legacy alive is a mission and a privilege. Margo and kids, we LOVE you. Michal and Avraham
Julie Herschthal
In Loving Memory of Yoram Cohen Z”l In Friendship, Love and Admiration Julie, Ray, Alexis & Adam Herschthal
Danielle David and Alex Galsky
In loving memory of Yoram Cohen Z'L
Robert and Yonit Eisdorfer
Bonnie and Larry Frankel
We have never known a finer gentleman and wonderful person. We, along with all that knew Yoram will miss him.
Barry Schochet
In memory of Yoram Cohen
Zion Avissar
Sydney + David Schaecter
We were fortunate to have known Yoram. He touched our lives with his charm, love for his family and the Jewish people, and his immense generosity. May his memory be for a blessing. We send our thoughts and prayers, David + Sydney Schaecter
Amy & Michael Cantor
In memory of Yoram Cohen. Thank you for your kind soul and generous heart. Amy, Michael, Ashley, Marni & Kyle
Michelle and Rami Loya
In memory of beloved Yoram Cohen, his dedication to Judaism and Israel and his amazing commitment and generosity to United Hatzlah May his memory be for a blessing and his legacy for many future generations to follow in his footsteps.
Amy Benishai
In Memory of Yoram Cohen Amy and Jack Benishai
Lilly Ladman
Dear Margo and family, Please accept my deepest condolences for the passing of Yoram. All my sympathies, Lilly Alpern Ladman

About United Hatzalah

United Hatzalah is an independent, non-profit, fully volunteer Emergency Medical Services organization that provides the fastest and free emergency medical first response throughout Israel. United Hatzalah's service is available to all people without regard to race, religion or national origin.