LOST COMRADES IN ARMS
This page is dedicated to friends that have gone to the other side. In the afterlife, we will all meet again. These are good friends that may be gone, but will never ever be forgotten. Life goes so fast that you blink and its gone, so appreciate it every day and enjoy it to the end.
Frederick Raymond Cossitt
Frederick Raymond Cossitt, 61, of Reynoldsville passed away Friday, November 14, 2008 in the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center, Clarksburg. He was born November 24, 1946 in Oneida, NY a son of the late Bernard Raymond and Adelaide Margaret Lombard Cossitt.
Surviving are his wife, Wilma Jean Pritt Cossitt, Reynoldsville, his daughter, Angelcque Marie Cossitt (Schultz), Reynoldsville,his sons, Frederick Raymond Cossitt(McElyea), Joplin, MO, David James Cossitt (McElyea), Festus, MO, Billy Jack Cossitt (McElyea), Herculaneum, MO, Brandon Lee Cossitt (Shippman), Howell, MI, Raymond Ward Cossitt (Schultz), Waterford, MI, Michael Brett Cossitt, Clarksburg, 11 grandchildren, sister, Bonnie Dixon, Cazenovia, NY and brother, Ted Cossitt, Chattanooga, TN. He was preceded in death by his granddaughter, Samantha McElyea. Mr. Cossitt was a 101st Army Airborne Vietnam veteran serving three consecutive tours in 1967-1968. Friends may call in the Harbert Funeral Home, 287 W. Main St., Salem on Wednesday, November 19, 2008 from 9-11AM. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, November 19, 2008 in the funeral home chapel at 11AM with Reverend Lillian Simmons officiating. Interment will follow in the WV National Cemetery, Grafton. On line obituary and guest book available at www.harbertfuneralhome.com. Harbert Funeral Home is privileged to serve the Cossitt family.
Fred, you have been a great friend to me and it hurts to see you go, but I know that we will meet again in the afterlife.
Colonel Shane Tharp