Robin Brooks Cozart
  • 47 years old
  • Date of birth: Jul 26, 1967
  • Date of passing: Mar 23, 2015
Let the memory of Robin be with us forever

Robin Brooks Cozart, 47, passed away early in the morning of March 23, 2105 at her home after a prolonged battle with cancer. She was of the Christian Faith.

She is survived by her husband Chris Cozart of twenty years, two daughters; Stephanie Dalman (Eric) of Creedmoor, Summer Grace Cozart of the home, a son, Caleb Ladell Cozart also of the home, her mother, Barbara Jean Weber of Stem, her father, Robert Charles Brooks of Griffin, a brother, Ronald Brooks of Stem, three grandchildren; Holland, Aiden and Augustine Dalman.

A memorial service will be held at a late date.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Elizabeth Oakley on 1st April 2015

"Robin thanks so much for the smiles and the great joy you brought to my Front End At Food Lion, I have truly missed our talks and most of all your love for people and how you made them smile as big as your smile was. I know you are with God and may he comfort your entire Family at this time. Thanks for the everlasting friendship as a co worker and a friend. Robin rest in peace and you will never be forgotten,love you Robin. Food Lion 2624 we miss you deeply."

This tribute was added by Betty Trautman on 30th March 2015

"Robin and I went to school together. I hadn't seen her in many years but when I ran into her at Food Lion I knew exactly who she was. She was always very sweet and nice. I pray that God gives her family comfort and also knowing that she isn't suffering any longer."

This tribute was added by Kay Turner on 26th March 2015

"Family of Robin my prayers are with each of you. Barbara  I am so sorry about your daughter. As life long friends we should not expect to bury our children. Please know you especially are in my thoughts and prayers. May you and the family find peace in knowing Robin is no longer suffering ."

This tribute was added by Denise Erexson on 25th March 2015

"Robin, you will be missed.  You had a smile that would light up a room.  You fought a very hard battle.  May you rest in peace."

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This memorial is administered by:

Lynn Cox


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