Freya Cohen, of Voorhees, NJ died December 23, 2023. She is the wife of the late Milton Cohen, mother of Nicholas (Julie) Cohen and Janna (John Degnan) Cohen, the grandmother of Noah, Isabella, Maddie, Rose, Matthew and Sheyla; the sister of the late Susan Tasioudis and the aunt of Debra Tasioudis and Tasso (Carrie) Tasioudis. \n \nAfter leaving Tipton Indiana for art college at the University of Cincinnati, she met her soulmate, Milt. Milt was a handsome, funny and smart engineering student there. The two of them were always together, even in spirit. Her cousins and relatives from Indiana provided a lifelong sense of comfort to her. She loved her early departed sister, Susan. Susan's children Tasso & Debbie, Freya's nephew and niece were an important part of her life. She loved her six grandchildren and believed in them to have an exciting future. Her mother, Gussie, was a shining example of Levi strength, at one point holding three jobs to pay for her daughters' college. She loved Disney and half-joked about wanting to be an "Imagineer." Freya was a terrific artist. She built the most interesting first career in the travel industry where she met the best lifelong friends. She traveled the globe with her family, fostering a worldly view that shaped our lives. She had the best insights on the stock market. As an entrepreneur, she opened one of the first Japanese restaurants in South Jersey. The Inquirer gave it a great review. Freya loved authentic foods and the company of friends at the table. She enjoyed Hawaii, New York and Broadway. She was a high thinker with a lot of empathy and up on current events and culture. Conversations with Freya were always very engaging. Her love for cats was a lifelong interest. In her later years, she forged great friends and fulfilling experiences at the JCC and her beloved book club. She had a proud Jewish identity and she was able to engage friends and family from diverse backgrounds to enjoy the traditions. She kept her friends forever. "Relationships are the greatest achievement" were some of her parting words. She was wise, upbeat and made of the best character.\n\n\nRelatives and friends are invited Thursday, December 28, 2023 beginning 10:30 am to PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc. 2001 Berlin Road, Road, Cherry Hill, NJ where funeral services will begin promptly at 11:00 am. Interment will follow at Crescent Memorial Park in Pennsauken, NJ. \n\nContributions in her memory can be made to the Animal Orphanage of Voorhees, vaonj.org or the Animal Welfare Association, awanj.org.