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Carol A. Cozzi

March 17, 2017

Carol A. Cozzi, 82, of Watertown passed away Friday afternoon, March 17, 2017, at Lewis County General Hospital. She had resided at the East Road Adult Home, Lowville, N.Y. prior to the hospital and in Watertown before going to Lowville.

Calling hours will be held at Cummings Funeral Service, Inc., Watertown on Wednesday March 22, 2017 from, 11:00am to 1:00pm with a prayer service following at 1:30pm with Msgr. Robert H. Aucoin, Pastor of St. Patrick's Church presiding. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery.

Carol was born in Lowville on June 24, 1934, daughter of George L. and Mary Louise Post Millard. She graduated from Copenhagen High School and the Watertown School of Commerce. On July 30, 1960 she married Richard C. Cozzi at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church with Rev. Benoit Dostie, MSC, officiating.

She worked for Lawrence Ormiston, corporate council for the City of Watertown, as a secretary, for eight years at Ruddell Business Machines, as a secretary for Dr. William D. Carter, and as a secretary and bookkeeper for Dr. William Grave. For fourteen years she worked in the business office at the House of the Good Samaritan. She had attended Holy Family, St. Patrick's, and St. Cecilia's Churches, of which she was a member of its Ladies Group. Carol dearly loved her family. She was a former member of the National Secretary's Association, Watertown. Carol enjoyed bowling and was a member of several bowling leagues, including the Watertown Women's City League and the Utility Co-Ed Bowling League of Niagara Mohawk. She also enjoyed sewing, flower gardening, and writing poetry.

Carol is survived by her husband, Richard, Oswego; two brothers, Wilbur Millard and wife, Marie, Carthage and Gerald Millard and wife, Charlotte, Lowville; two sisters, Arletha Zecher, W. Carthage and Marlyn Bickom, LaFargeville; brother-in-law, Jack Grimsley, Trenton,Tenn.; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her two sisters, Norma Jean Millard, in infancy, and Alfreda Grimsley, and two brothers-in-law, Richard Zecher and William Bickom.

Donations in her name may be made to St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, 17 Grove Street. Adams, N.Y. 13605 or to St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 123 South Massey Street or to Holy Family Church, 129 Winthrop Street both in Watertown, N.Y. 13601. Online condolences to her family may be made at www.cummingsfuneral.com.

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#8 Jack Heisler 2017-03-29 04:31
I am very saddened by the passing of Mrs. Cozzi. Mr. & Mrs. Cozzi were our neighbors on Elm Street in Watertown in the 1970s, from when I was 4 years old. There were not a lot of kids on the street at the time, but Mrs. Cozzi was always ready to play with me. She and Mr. Cozzi were very good to my mother and me, and I have never forgotten them. I have been living overseas for about 20 years, but I am so happy that I was able to visit them both in their home in 2014 after too many years. Our thoughts and prayers are with her and her family.
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#7 Elinor Buchal Simmon 2017-03-22 07:46
I have my Copenhagen yearbook out and see all the pictures of times we shared. We not only shared class time but 4-H, Mixed Chorus, Girls Chorus, Press Club, and a great Senior trip of a week in New York.
My prayers are with her family;

Elinor Simmons
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#6 Bill Kilburn 2017-03-21 12:58
Carol and I were classmates while she attended Lowville Academy. I do not recall when she moved to Copenhagen, but I do have a class picture taken in second grade (1941) that she is in. I counted her as one of my best friends.

My best to Carol's surviving siblings. I know you have nothing but great memories of her.
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#5 Jake Allen 2017-03-20 16:15
When I heard of Aunt Carol's passing, I instantly recalled my childhood and all of the wonderful times I was able to share with her and Uncle Dick. Aunt Carol was so kind to me and my brother; always sending cards, cookies, and presents. We visited with them whenever we were next door at our Grandparent's house and enjoyed every minute of it. She loved us so much and we loved her right back, same for Uncle Dick. I feel so blessed to be able to have such great memories of our time together. She will be missed terribly. My thoughts and prayers are with Uncle Dick and the rest of the family.

With love, Jake
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#4 Bill & Jill Ose 2017-03-19 14:48
We were very sorry to hear about Carol being called home. She and Dick were great neighbors for about 30 years. Carol was especially helpful when Janet died. She was always here taking care of Bill. She even ironed his dress shirts for him!! We also want to mention how they loved our grandsons. There were always gifts from Aunt Carol & Uncle Dick for birthdays & Christmas. We have missed them since selling their house, but managed to stay in touch until they went to nursing homes. Great Neighbors!!
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#3 Joan &Mark Freeman 2017-03-19 12:26
We were sorry to read about Carol. We had some good times over the years. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you all. With Sympathy and Love, Joan and Mark We're still in FL.
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#2 Arletha Zehr 2017-03-19 12:08
My thoughts and prayers are with Carol's family at this difficult time.
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#1 Doris Grysikiewicz 2017-03-19 11:12
Jerry I am sorry to hear about the death of your sister Carol. May she rest in peace.
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