Cole Wexler Obituary, Death – Cole Wexler of Los Angeles, California has sadly passed away. In Bayshore, New York, his parents, Dr. David and Ida Wexler, raised their son. Before finishing his surgical residency at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and a pediatric surgical fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, he received his medical education at the University of Vermont and the Chicago Medical School.
He then began to learn more about medicine. He served his nation for eight years as a Captain in the Medical Corps of the United States Army Reserve. After graduating from medical school in 1971, he began practicing medicine in Bayshore, New York, where he stayed until his retirement in 1998. During that time, he focused on pediatric surgery. Soon after retirement, he moved his entire life to Palm Beach Gardens in Florida.
Howard’s calling was to help others. His kindness could be evident in everything he did, and he was the sort of person who was always willing to provide a helping hand. Through his work with the local homeowners association or his voluntary work with the Palm Beach Garden Police Department, he was able to form outstanding relationships and friendships with everyone he encountered.
He enjoyed interacting with people and forging enduring bonds with them. He enjoyed using his HAM radio to make acquaintances from all over the world, playing gin with his pals at Mirasol, and supporting the wonderful police officers who served in the PBG police department. He was a wonderful grandpa and father, and his loved ones called him Poppi. Karen Cobb, the woman he loved and shared his life with, his children Dan (Helen) Wexler of Delray Beach, Florida, Shelley (Mark) Rodman of Sayville, New York, and Andrew (Kourtney) Wexler of Alpharetta, Georgia.