JEROME COHEN (1956-63) #67As part of #KCParks125, we are featuring all Park Board Commissioners in order of their service.Jerome Cohen (1923 -2003) was a man who loved Kansas City and served it in many capacities through his lifelong charitable work, involvement in many organizations, and his enthusiasm. As he said in a feature on him in 1999 at age 85, “You're only on this earth to help somebody else. The day you can't do that, you have no justification for living. And as long as God wants me here, I'll be here. I'm thankful for each day I'm here ….'' #KCParks #FromTheArchives More on #KCParks Facebook page @KCMOParks

JEROME COHEN (1956-63) #67As part of #KCParks125, we are featuring all Park Board Commissioners in order of their service.Jerome Cohen (1923 -2003) was a man who loved Kansas City and served it in many capacities through his lifelong charitable work, involvement in many organizations, and his enthusiasm.  As he said in a feature on him in 1999 at age 85, “You're only on this earth to help somebody else. The day you can't do that, you have no justification for living.  And as long as God wants me here, I'll be here. I'm thankful for each day I'm here ….'' #KCParks #FromTheArchives More on #KCParks Facebook page @KCMOParks

JEROME COHEN (1956-63) #67As part of #KCParks125, we are featuring all Park Board Commissioners in order of their service.Jerome Cohen (1923 -2003) was a man who loved Kansas City and served it in many capacities through his lifelong charitable work, involvement in many organizations, and his enthusiasm.  As he said in a feature on him in 1999 at age 85, “You're only on this earth to help somebody else. The day you can't do that, you have no justification for living.  And as long as God wants me here, I'll be here. I'm thankful for each day I'm here ....'' #KCParks #FromTheArchives More on #KCParks Facebook page @KCMOParks
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