Blood Tastes Lousy With Scotch

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Anyone who has vacationed in the beautiful Catskill Mountains knows the village of Ellenville, and no visit to Ellenville was complete without a stop in Cohen's Quality Bakery, "Home of the World Famous Raisin Pumpernickel."

Cohen's Bakery owners Ruby and Reginia Cohen struggled together for over fifty years to build a lasting legacy for their grandchildren and financial security for themselves in their retirement years, yet it took only a ...

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Overview

Anyone who has vacationed in the beautiful Catskill Mountains knows the village of Ellenville, and no visit to Ellenville was complete without a stop in Cohen's Quality Bakery, "Home of the World Famous Raisin Pumpernickel."

Cohen's Bakery owners Ruby and Reginia Cohen struggled together for over fifty years to build a lasting legacy for their grandchildren and financial security for themselves in their retirement years, yet it took only a handful of outsiders less than eighteen months to destroy everything they worked their entire lives to acquire.

This is the true account of the events that lead to the near destruction of our family at the hands of my cousins, a court appointed guardian, and one of the most powerful Elder Law attorneys in South Florida. It is a story of determination, fortitude and of the victory, which inspired the creation of the National Association To Stop Guardian Abuse.

They say blood is thicker than water, but you can't bathe in it, you can't cook with it, and blood tastes lousy with scotch.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781932993431
  • Publisher: Star Publish
  • Publication date: 6/22/2006
  • Pages: 232
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.53 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2006

    Some nightmares occur while we are awake!!

    I ordered this book because the title intriqued me. Once I began reading the frightening events given of what this woman and her dear elderly parents went through, I couldn't put the book down. I found it a 'must read' for anyone with elderly parents and also for those of us growing older, because this could be our fate as well without the proper documents in place and someone we trust to see that our requests and needs are met. To think that this type of abuse is going on daily in America is beyond belief. Read this book, learn from it, and just maybe we can put an end to this abomination in our lifetime...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2006

    The Guardianship Nightmare - A True Story

    Blood Tastes Lousy With Scotch is the true story of how Robin Westmiller rescued her father, Ruby Cohen of Cohens¿ Bakery in Ellenville, NY, from greedy cousins, thieving attorney and the Florida Guardianship System. Anyone who has vacationed in the beautiful Catskill Mountains knows the village of Ellenville, New York, and no visit to Ellenville was complete without a stop in Cohen's Quality Bakery, 'Home of the World Famous Raisin Pumpernickel.' Cohen¿s Bakery owners Ruby and Reginia Cohen struggled together for over fifty years to build a lasting legacy for their grandchildren and financial security for themselves in their retirement years, yet it took only a handful of outsiders less than eighteen months to destroy everything they worked their entire lives to acquire. Blood Tastes Lousy With Scotch is a story of determination, fortitude and of the victory, which inspired the creation of the National Association To Stop Guardian Abuse. They say blood is thicker than water, but you can't bathe in it, you can't cook with it, and blood tastes lousy with scotch.¿

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2006

    This author is taking names and kicking butts.

    I read to escape reality and to assure myself that there will be a 'happily ever after' ending. I let other reviewers tackle the non-fiction novels. However, on rare occasions, a non-fiction book captures my attention. Such is the case with 'Blood Tastes Lousy With Scotch¿. .................. What can one person do when the justice system is set up in such a way that distant relatives, lawyers, and state approved organizations can LEGALLY STEAL your parents' entire life savings and financial assets? The answer is nothing, unless that one person is ready to step up to the plate, chance losing everything they own, and happen to have a miracle or two occur. If your parents live over 3,000 miles away, the chances are worse. This is exactly what Robin Cohen Westmiller faced and won. ................. Ruby and Reginia Cohen grew up during the Depression Era. They worked hard all their lives tending their bakery business in Ellenville, New York. Robin Cohen Westmiller was their only child. Robin, her husband Bill, and their daughters lived in California totally across country. As the events in this book were happening, the daughters were in school. Robin, herself, was enrolled in college, as a law student. ................ In the spring of 2002, Robin's mother called to inform her that Ruby had suffered a minor stroke while working at the bakery. Seventy-nine-year-old Reginia was able to take care of her husband though and did not want Robin to fly all the way to New York. The stroke forced them to sell the family business. Ruby had little or no damage physically, but his memory and mental faculties were severely impaired. Robin had no idea how badly her father was impaired though. The beginning of the end occurred in March 2004 when Ruby flew to Florida, against Reginia's urgent pleas, to visit his niece, Gail. Gail immediately began using Florida's weak justice system to imprison Ruby within the state of Florida, begin stealing all of Ruby and Reginia's financial assets, keep Ruby hidden from his immediate family, get his Power of Attorney, become his beneficiary, and more! Of course, Robin took it all to court. But Florida's court system only ended up giving guardianship to Florida's Jewish Family Service. This did NOT take Gail out of the picture, as hoped. The Jewish Family Service and several different attorneys could now begin legally draining all financial avenues. Ruby never had any idea that the people holding him in Florida were attempting to have him divorced from Reginia, take all his money, hide him from his closest family members, take possession of his home in New York, and so much more! Robin often had no idea where her father was being held or how his health was doing. .................. ***** In this book, the author is exposing everything and everyone involved. Readers will find copies of all the documents that support Robin's experiences. All names and agencies in Florida are revealed. This includes full names of Robin's cousins, the judges, the attorneys and the names of their companies, as well as all the organizations and employees that either helped legally steal from Ruby and Reginia or helped free Ruby from being imprisoned within the state of Florida. Hopefully, this story will offer help and support to those who have been victimized so that no other family has to suffer the same. I found this to be an eye opening experience that chilled me to the core. Look out all you heartless agencies and attorneys! Author Robin Cohen Westmiller is taking names and kicking butts! *****

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