On Nov. 12, Alice Louise (Cohen) Mann, born March 30, 1946, in Brooklyn, N.Y., peacefully with her loving family by her side in Nashville, Tenn. She was raised in Franklin Square, N.Y., and attended H. Frank Carey High School, Syracuse University and graduated from New York University with a B.A. in Home Economics in 1968. She was married to Michael Mann. She worked in the infirmary and Michael was a dining hall waiter, eventually rising to head counselors after they were married. She was a teacher in the Philadelphia school system while her husband studied dentistry at Temple University. In 1968, she moved to Silver Spring, then Baltimore in 1970. She and her family were members of Temple Beth-El in Pikesville and she served as a board member as well. She was a leader and past vice president of the Associated Jewish Charities in Baltimore. The daughter of Marvin and Miriam (Platt) Cohen of Franklin Square, N.Y., she is survived by brother Robert Cohen of Memphis, Tenn.; husband Michael Mann; son Jesse Mann; daughter-in-law Mollie (Mills) Mann; and two grandchildren all residing in Nashville, Tenn.

Contributions may be sent to Congregation Ohabai Sholom, 5015 Harding Pike, Nashville, TN, 37205, where a fund is being established for continuing education and the temple’s greatest needs fund.

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