John Houston McCosker III

john mccosker iii
JOHN H. McCOSKER III John H. McCosker, III, 55, of 1 Fairview Meadows Drive, Fairview, died Sunday, August 8, 2004. Mr. McCosker was born in Brunswick, GA and was a son of the late John H. and Mary LeRoach Clark McCosker II. He was a former well driller on off-shore oil rigs and he was a member of Starnes Cove Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Joyce Silver McCosker; one son, John David McCosker IV of Richmond Hill, GA; one step-daughter, Missy Foster of Sedalia, MO; two step-sons Bruce Foster of Fairview and Kevin Foster of Charlotte; one sister Linda Renfro of Crescent, GA; two brothers Charles McCosker of Crescent and Jimmy McCosker of Asheville, and four grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are pending. Burial will be at Crescent Baptist Church, Crescent, GA. Donations may be made to the funeral home to assist with expenses.

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  1. The air is cold and our hearts are broken.The tears are unbearable to fight.Our lives are gonna change knowing your gone But knowing your in a better place The Memory of you will always rest in are minds.The Memories we share together will always be kept so tight to our hearts now your with jon and aunt duckie resting safely with your ture will always be in are hearts we love you and miss you so much. In loving memory of uncle john

  2. I would like to offer my deepest sympthay to the family and to let you know you are in my thoughts and prayers

  3. My uncle will be remembered as a kind and caring man. One who would give the shirt off his back to a stranger. I remember him telling me stories when i was a kid when i had no friends. And when my mother died he was the first to say baby it will be ok. There are no words that could captivate how wonderful he truely was. There is one thing that is certain,the world is a cold bitter place without him, Uncle john,to me you were my family and my heart. I’ll forever miss you.

  4. just heard of your passing I am real sad that we never got to do was a true friend.had lots of good times at glynn county high.if your mom new how you treated her rambler she would of spanked your easy will see you on the other side

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