Vic Cohen
Lifetime Achievement Award
Vic was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, obtained his BS in International Business from Ohio State in 1965 and an MBA from American University in 1970; spent six years in the Army Ready Reserve as a programmer; and worked 44 years in the federal government, mostly with the Environmental Protection Agency in information technology.  He retired in 2010.
Vic has been married to Marla for 54 years, they have two children living nearby and three grandchildren. He spends most of his time working with QuickBooks, playing golf, researching his family tree for the last 45 years, supporting the Har Shalom Men’s Club, preparing his shul’s Shabbat brunch, and overseeing Tributes for the Blue Yarmulke program of FJMC’s Seaboard Region.  He has also updated the regional website and handled registration for regional retreats.
Vic serves currently as treasurer of the Potomac Community Village and the Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington.  Major achievements were co-chairing the 2011 Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy and the Centennial Dinner for the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity alumni in the Washington, DC area.  
In his earlier years, Vic taught English as a Second Language (ESOL) to Latinos and Russians and sang tenor in school, college, and 3 different synagogues.  With the Department of Defense, he developed business systems and maintained the Army Materiel Command’s database covering 50,000 civilian employees.
At EPA Vic was responsible for all long distance services nationwide, designed the agency’s first procurement tracking system, and helped manage the agency’s IT budget.  
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