Auburn...Cynthia Louise Cozzens passed away on the morning of May 8, 2022 after battling complications from a long illness. She was born on March 28, 1950 in Southbridge, MA, daughter of Earl R. Cozzens and Miriam L. Watson Cozzens, and spent the first 9 years of her life in Sturbridge, before the family moved to Charlton in 1959. Cindy attended Charlton High School and started employment at the Worcester Science Museum shortly afterwards. She waitressed for many years at Aram’s, The Lighthouse Restaurant, and IHOP, before pursuing the medical field. Cindy spent several years as a Phlebotomist and finished her career as a Nurse’s Assistant. She was a very loving and caring Aunt, Great Aunt, Sister, Cousin, and Friend, and will be terribly missed by all of us who had the great fortune to know her and be close to her.
She leaves behind her brothers George Cozzens of Auburn, David Cozzens (Chris Soderberg) of Portland, OR, nieces Melissa (Cozzens) Plumley (Tom Plumley) of Brimfield, Brittany Cozzens (Justin Cozzens) of Beaverton, OR, nephew Lee Cozzens (Rebecca Cozzens) of Charlton, great nieces Ally Plumley of Brimfield, Avery Cozzens of Beaverton, OR, great nephew Nick Plumley of Brimfield, and many cousins and friends.
There are no services planned at this time.
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