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Baruch J. Cohon

Baruch J. Cohon PhotoBaruch J. Cohon
TitleVice President
ExpertiseWriting, music
Current OrganizationCohon Memorial Foundation
Type of OrganizationNonprofit foundation
Major ProductAnnual award
Area of DistributionInternational
University/DegreeB.A., UCLA, 1950
BornApril 28, 1926, Chicago, Illinois
Honors & AwardsU.S. Navy, World War II
Published WorksEditor, "Faithfully Yours --Selected Rabbinical Correspondence of Samuel S. Cohon"; Editor, "Jewish Existence in an Open Society"; "Structure of the Synagogue Prayer Chant" in J.A.M.S.; Newspaper articles; Published Music-Editor, "Jewish Song Book" by A.Z. Idelsohn, 3rd Edition; "Songs for My People"; "Avodas Simchoh-Service of Joy"; "Let There Be Light", cantata for chorus and orchestra; Choral sheet music at Shawnee Press; Screen credits, approx. 300 as writer, producer or production manager on TV films; Composed chant sung by Gene Wilder in "The Frisco Kid"
AffiliationsSouthern California Board of Rabbis: Screen Writers Guild (voluntary withdrawal)
Hobbies & SportsCincinnati Reds baseball
Children4 Children, 6 grandchildren
SpouseClaire Stolman Cohon
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