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Gladwin County Obituary/Death Notice
Mary Cobb

   Mary K Cobb, 69, of Gladwin passed away Jan. 5, 2008 at MidMichigan Gladwin Pines in Gladwin, Michigan after a long illness. She was born on Oct. 10, 1938 in Saginaw, Michigan to Raymond and Lelah (Hill) Goodboo. She married Donald E. Cobb on Dec. 12, 1969 in Beaverton, Michigan.

   She had lived in Gladwin County since 1960, previously residing in Dover, Delaware. She was employed at MidMichigan Gladwin Pines as a certified nurses assistant.

   She is survived by her husband, Donald Cobb of Gladwin; five sons, Donald Sagash of Harrisville, Michigan, Richard Sagash of Gladwin, Charles (Dawn) Cobb of Gladwin, James (Cheryl) Cobb of Beaverton and Casey Cobb of Gladwin; three daughters, Debra (Mike) Davis of Gladwin, Mary (Jim) Hodgins of Gladwin and Tammy (Wayne) Gere of Gladwin; 18 grandchildren; eight greatgrandchildren; her mother, Lelah Goodboo of Gladwin; one brother, Chuck (Ida) Goodboo of Gladwin; and three sisters, Barbara Goodboo of Gladwin, Jane (Emery) Harris of Imlay City and Rose (Robert) Harris of Gladwin. She is predeceased by her father, Raymond; and brother, Ray.

   Visitation will be held on Thursday, Jan. 10 from 11 a.m. until the time of service at Hall- Kokotovich Funeral Home in Gladwin.

   Funeral Services will be conducted Thursday, Jan. 10 at 1 p.m. at Hall-Kokotovich Funeral Home in Gladwin, with Pastor Eric Pittman officiating.

   Memorial contributions may be made to MidMichigan Home Care (Hospice)..

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Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
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September 2009
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