Marjorie E. Coscia

Died: Wed., Sep. 22, 2021

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Marjorie E. Coscia

ELDRED, Pa. --- Marjorie E. Coscia, 76, passed on Wednesday (September 22nd, 2021) at home surrounded by her loving family. 

She resided on Long Island in New York state prior to moving to the Eldred area in 1976 to live a different way of life in the rural countryside.  

She was married to her husband Richard for over 58 years and had been employed as the office manager at the Eldred Health Center for many years. 

Marjorie enjoyed sewing and baking as well as canning and gardening on the family farm, where she also enjoyed watching the wildlife, especially the birds and the deer. She also loved her many rescue dogs. 

Surviving in addition to her husband are six children, Marjorie (Robert), Kay (Raymond), Andrew (Kathy) , Christine (Jay), Jonathan, and Danielle as well as eleven grandchildren and seventeen great-grandchildren.  She is also survived by three siblings, Albert, Donna, and Alice and their children.  

In addition to her parents Albert and Dorothy,  she was preceded in death by her son, Ricky. 

Private funeral services are going to be held at the convenience of the family. 

Memorial contributions may be made to a local SPCA of the donor’s choice. 

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kelli keinath
   Posted Fri September 24, 2021

Medium Dish Garden was sent by Kelli Keinath.

Joseph Popiel
   Posted Fri September 24, 2021

Spring's Bounty Basket was sent by Alice and Joe.

Penny Kurdyla
   Posted Fri September 24, 2021
A mother is someone who never leaves us. All of the wonderful things she brought into this world will live on forever.

Gloria J Zibilich
   Posted Fri September 24, 2021
My sympathy to all of the family. I always considered Marge the wise woman I could go to for advise. I have fond memories of the time we worked together at the Eldred Health Center. May she rest in peace.

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