COZZETTO-CARD, Marjorie Ann Marjorie "Margie" Cozzetto-Card, born May 19, 1963, in Spokane, Washington, to Romeo and Shirley Cozzetto, passed away on June 3, 2013, in Spokane. Margie graduated from Shadle Park High School in 1981. She was known as a social butterfly, and loved her high school years. She was described as everybody's favorite cheerleader, always bubbly and encouraging. Her beautiful, vibrant smile and personality were contagious. Margie enjoyed her lifetime career in customer service. She touched and improved the lives of so many people while working various positions at the Donut Parade, Safeway, and Pier One. In her most recent position she worked as a supervisor at Tilford's, a coffee shop on the campus of Gonzaga University. Margie loved the Gonzaga community and "her kids," the GU students adored her. The positive effect she had on people was obvious and extraordinary. Her family is comforted and overwhelmed by the numerous messages describing the impact she had on their lives. Margie is preceded in death by her parents, Romeo and Shirley Cozzetto, and survived by her husband Robert Card, son Kyle Tostenrude, his wife Heather, grandaughter, Everleigh Tostenrude, sisters, Gina Cozzetto (daughter, Nichole, granddaughter, Mikayla) and Julia Bjordahl (husband, Mike, daughters, Michaelyn and Victoria), brother, Dan Cozzetto (wife, Debbie, children, Ryan, Tara, Adrian, Rachel). Margie lived every day to the fullest. Her life was fully centered around making others happy, always cheerful and full of humor. Spirit Lake was her happy place she shared with her sisters and her escape from reality where she was free! Please join us in celebration of Margie's life on Saturday, June 8 at 11:00 am. Gonzaga University, College Hall, Student Chapel (3rd Floor). Reception to follow at the Gonzaga University, Cataldo, Globe Room. SPOKANE CREMATION & FUNERAL SERVICE
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Published in Spokesman-Review on June 5, 2013