Ann Cohan Obituary, Death – It is with great regret that we share the news that on May 16, 2023, Ann Cohan, age 74, of Sandy Springs, Georgia, died away after a protracted battle with sickness. She was surrounded by her devoted family at the time of her passing. She was born in West Hartford, Connecticut, and was the daughter of Jack and Natalie (Goldstein) Cohan, who both passed away. After completing her education, Ann relocated to the Atlanta area. She led the training divisions for the Savin Corporation and Sprint for a period of time.
In 1992, Ann launched the Marvis Center in Atlanta, and her client list included a real “Who’s Who” of prominent people in the business world. Price Waterhouse Cooper, Ernst and Young, Grant Thornton, and Turner Broadcasting are just a few companies that have been Ann’s clients in the past. Since the year 2000, she has maintained a solid working relationship with State Farm Agents. Her tremendous presence on earth, filled with love, kindness, devotion, sense of humor, and generosity, will never be replaced by anybody or anything else. Not only will her family mourn her passing, but so will everyone whose lives she has influenced over her 74 years on earth.
She is survived by her cousins Phyllis (Marvin) Miller, Alan (Faith) Goldstein, and Harvey (Nancy) Goldstein, as well as many other relatives, her beloved friends Barbara and Larry Silverman, and her whole State Farm Insurance family. She will be greatly missed. She was highly known and appreciated by hundreds of State Farm agents and team members and made a difference in their careers. She mentored State Farm business teams all over the country. It brought her great joy to serve as a guide and instructor to such a large number of young people, assisting them in achieving success in both their personal life and their professional endeavors.