Justin A. Cohn

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  • Justin A. Cohn, pro sports coordinator for The Journal Gazette, has been covering the Fort Wayne Komets since 1997. His reporting includes game stories from home and away, features about the players and personalities associated with the Komets, plus coverage of issues affecting hockey at all levels. A native of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Cohn graduated from Emory University in Atlanta. He can be reached at 260-461-8429 or by email at [email protected].

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July 16, 2008


Ryne Gurney

Excellent eulogy Cohn.

Karla Stranger

Perfect Justin.




Very nice eulogy. I'm sure that Brooke and the family will appreciate it.


Thanks for sharing that, Justin.


great job justin! thank you.


That was just wonderful to read. Great job, Justin! It was perfect.


Well written and spoken from the heart -- a fitting tribute to this wonderful man, husband, father, hockey player, and friend. I'm sure it was well received by all those assembled to remember Guinn tonight. Good job, Justin. I know writing this could not have been easy.


nice job JC..very well written


Very well written, Justin. I am completely blown away and honored that you used my quote in your eulogy. I'm sure Rob's family will love it.


After re-reading that, lettme rephrase that. I'm sure Rob's family will love your eulogy

Charlie Crawford

Very nice touch Justin. Thank you.

Cat Eyes

Very nice...I'm sure his family loved it! It's been cool to me to see how many former players have written in on this blog expressing their sorrow and well wishes to his family...shows how well-liked as a reporter you are, Justin! They'll read your blog! Seriously, though, hope you're doing well...I know the last few days have been rough for you...I hope they are getting "better" each day for ya! Nothing helps more than the laughter of your baby, I swear! I'm sure she has been a blessing right now especially. Hang in there...it will get better!! :)


Very nice JC! Shows how lucky we are to be here in the Fort and be fans of these great teams, players, and press.


Very well written Justin, Good job.

Justin Coleman

Wow, Justin very nice. They couldn't of asked for a better eulogy! Very personal,

I hope someone one day will write something as nice for me.


I'm sure that was difficult to do. Nicely done.


Wow. I wish I would have said some nice things about him when he was alive. :(

Cat Eyes

I've said that on here before, Hoss...that I'm so glad to be here with a great hockey team, but you're right...we do have a great press, too, to cover them...thanks for reminding us all. Thanks, Justin!! Great job every day doing what you do. We all really appreciate it, because we really do sit here dying for news some days (at least those of us who don't have the inside scoop like some of you on here might). God bless whichever amendment gave us freedom of the press! (sorry, my major was foreign language, not history...:) I should know that, though...)

And hitamidget...never too late to change...


hitamidget you might of said so bad things about him but i am sure you probably wish death apon him



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