Andrea Bronfman - Death

Death

She died in 2006 after being struck by a car in New York City. A letter of condolence from the World Jewish Congress, whose president is Edgar Bronfman Sr., called Andrea Bronfman a pillar of her family and of the Jewish community.

She is survived by her children with David Cohen:

  • Jeremy Cohen and his wife Marci
  • Philippa Cohen
  • Tony Cohen, President of Global Edge Investments and his wife Moira.

A memorial ceremony was held Congregation B'nai Jeshurun in Manhattan and she was buried in Jerusalem.

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