Born to Martin Cohn and Ruth Cohn in Germany.
Escapes from Nazi Germany to the United States.
Is a Private First Class in the U.S. Army until 1945.
Participates in the Battle of the Bulge.
Participates in the Rheinland and Central Europe campaigns.
Is promoted to Staff Sergeant in the Army of Occupation until discharged in May.
Marries Pauline “Paula” H. Cohn on November 3.
Receives a Regular Army commission as a military police officer.
Serves in Korea and receives decoration from the Korean government.
Earns a Master’s degree in police administration from Michigan State University.
Daughter, Laura Ellen Cohn, is born on March 7.
Serves in Vietnam and receives a Bronze Star.
Receives the Grosse Verdienst Kreuz from the German government.
Retires in the rank of Colonel and receives his second Legion of Merit.
Is associate director of the Department of Resident Life at the University of Maryland.
Is manager of the dormitory renovation program at the University of Maryland until 1992.
Is director of graduate housing at the University of Maryland until 1993.
Is named Mount Vernon District Citizen of the Year.
Is Mount Vernon District Traffic Commissioner.
Receives a Russian Defense Medal for World War II service.