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Cosby, Carolyn

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Carolyn  Cosby

Carolyn Cosby of Ball Ground, GA passed away on April 17, 2021. Carolyn was born in Portland, ME. At the age of 15, she and her family moved to Las Vegas, NV where she met her surviving husband David Cosby who was stationed at Nellis AFB. They were married on August 15, 1968. Carolyn has two surviving children, Mark Cosby, Anchorage, AK and Tracy Torgerson, Ball Ground, GA. Carolyn is also survived by their nine grandchildren. Carolyn was active in politics for most of her adult life, developing the thinking and strategy behind many campaigns against the erosion of our rule of law. She was a force to be reckoned with, a polarizing figure, never to be ignored. She was a well-known figure in local and state politics. We all loved her very much, and she will be missed. Viewing: Saturday May 1st from 6 - 8 pm. Service: Sunday, May 2nd at 3 pm, both events are at the Lakeside Funeral Home, 121 Claremore Dr., Woodstock. Burial: Georgia National Cemetery Wednesday, May 5th. Only family members can attend that service. Carolyn was a member of First Baptist Church Woodstock.

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