Celebration of Life | Warren County Habitat for Humanity

Celebration of Life

Stanley E. Cohen, passed away peacefully on January 14, 2024.  Let’s gather together and celebrate Stan.

“So I commend the enjoyment of life, because nothing is better for a man under the sun than to eat and drink and be glad. Then joy will accompany him in his work all the days of the life God has given him under the sun!” (Ecclesiastes 8:15). Join us here at the Habitat Community Center on March 23rd, 2-5pm, to celebrate Stan Cohen. If you have any pictures you would like to share please email them to [email protected]

Stanley was born on June 17, 1954 in Phillipsburg, NJ to the late Leonard and Goldie (Meirfield) Cohen. He graduated from Warren Hills High School class of 1972. He went on to earn his Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Arts from Stockton College. He was an architectural model maker, and then stained glass artist for many years before finding his passion for Tai Chi/Qigong. Stanley was a Tai Chi/Qigong Instructor for over 15 years and taught at Warren County Nutrition sites, Senior Living Centers, Abilities of NWJ, and private classes. He was also certified to teach Tai Chi for arthritis. His gentle teaching methods helped many seniors and persons with disabilities build balance and strength through movement.
In addition to QiGong, he enjoyed creating art, painting and drawing, long walks, nature and photography.
Stanley is survived by his loving wife of almost 40 years, Nina Denysenko; a brother, Harold Cohen and his wife Beth, his brother-in-law Lawrence Adams, his nieces Heidi (Cohen)Hopkins and husband John, Kristina (Adams) Blakeslee and husband Dr Chris Blakeeslee, Victoria (Johnson) Right and husband Warren, and nephew Micheal Adams and wife Christina. Also survived by his beloved pets Mojo and Benny. Stanley was a good friend to many, especially his closest friends Rudy, Angie, John and Nancy.


Mar 23 2024


2:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Open to Public


Community Center - Great Room
31 Belvidere Avenue, Washington, NJ 07882


Warren County Habitat for Humanity
[email protected]
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