Alpharetta plane crash victims ID'd as Dunwoody couple who owned dental practice

A married couple who lived in Dunwoody and owned a dental practice have been identified as the two people killed when their small plane crashed in ...

November 4, 2022
1:18 AM

A married couple who lived in Dunwoody and owned a dental practice have been identified as the two people killed when their small plane crashed in Alpharetta on Halloween afternoon. Max and Sharon Cohen, along with their golden retriever Callie, died Monday when their twin-engine plane crashed near the Big Creek Greenway while on approach to DeKalb-Peachtree Airport, according to information released by the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety. Max Cohen was a dentist who owned Cohen Dental Center, where he worked with his daughter, Sandi Cohen, who is also a dentist.

Henri Hollis