“Smiling, sunshine in your eyes, words of common sense wisdom, awesome at your job, always friendly. You are missed, Pauline. You will never be forgotten by anyone who knew you. Rejoicing in the arms of Jesus now, free from pain.
“Thanking God for Pauline! What joy she brought to others! She always had time to turn in her chair, look at you face to face, and listen with a caring heart. Then she would help you find humor and you would leave with a lighter heart. Today she is face to face with Jesus. What glory! Praying with love for God's comfort for all the family.
“What great conversations we had as we walked down the street at breaktime to get our daily diet cokes. A joy she brought to my life with her kind words and great laugh.
“Pauline was a lady who showed us the fruits of the Spirit. She was loving, patient, kind, gentle and so much more. We are thankful she is with the Lord but sad for her loving family and friends. If there are opportunities to serve others in Heaven, and there are, she will be busy.
“We are so blessed with Ken and Pauline up here in Anza. Are family has been waiting for them to come up to be more of a part of our community and lives. I could sit and chat with Pauline for hours while Ken worked along. Future will be missed and heaven looked for. Ken, Jenni, Zion and family know you are in our hearts. We love your folks tremendously.
“Pauline is one of my favorite people "ever"! She was one of the people who made office life at Tri-City a truly rewarding experience. I will never forget her putting rubber bands on her wrists in order to "remember" things. And when school pictures came out, and we all said "yuk!" at our own, she would advise us to "Hold on to that. In 10 years you'll wish you looked that good!" She was right! Her love for the children, her sense of humor, and her...
“Pauline was such a wonderful, caring, beautiful soul. She took care of my daughter when she was sick and afraid at school. She comforted her with her kind words and loving heart. She was an angel here on earth and will now be an angel in heaven watching over her family forever. Everyone who knew her was blessed. We love you Mrs. Pauline!
“What a blessing you were to so many Pauline! How glad we are that you now have a new body & life in heaven, you are sorely missed on earth. Rest in peace. Love always, Alannah Kemege & Family
“Pauline was a source of light, love and the Spirit of the Lord at Tri City Christian School. Her smile still radiates through all who knew her. I am so thankful that her journey has ended with her celebration in heaven, but I ache for all who miss here here. Thankful to have known this dear woman.
Cozzens, Pauline SAN MARCOS --Pauline Elizabeth Cozzens, 65, died peacefully in her sleep on November 27, 2012, in the comfort of her home. She had battled colon/liver cancer for six months. She was born January 8, 1947, in San Francisco, California, to Paul and Virginia Peterson. She was the...Read More