Lottie May Cooze (Hounsell)

May 29, 1924 to November 19, 2021


In loving memory of Lottie May Cooze (Hounsell) who passed peacefully away on November 19, 2021 at the age of 97 years. Leaving to mourn daughter Carol Leehane, son Fred Cooze and wife Mona (nee Bursey); grandson Dr. Jared Cooze; granddaughters Laurie Leehane and Dr. Andrea Cooze; great-granddaughter Hilary Leehane; great-grandsons William Feinbier, Andrew Lakie and a large circle of extended family and friends.

At Lottie’s request cremation has taken place. Interment of both Lottie and her late husband Robert’s urns will take place at Holy Cross Anglican Cemetery in Eastport at a later date.

Mother, you left us beautiful memories, your love is still our guide, although we cannot see you, you’re always at our side.



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Fred , Carol and families.. So sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Have some very special memories of her from Eric Street. she was a beautiful special lady. RIP Mrs. Cooke.

Donna Smith Brown

Mona, and family,
Please except my deepest condolences to you and your family. May the loving memories bring you all much comfort.

Fred – I was sorry to hear that you have lost your mother – I’m thinking of you and remembering our happier times at Macpherson

Our sincere condolences to the family on the passing of a beautiful soul who was always smiling and pleasant full of life. May she rest in peace.

Heartfelt condolences to Fred and Mona on the loss of your mother. She was a lovely lady , always so out going and fun loving. I look back on many fond memories of the times I spent with her and Bob, especially the many visits at Sandy Cove. She will be missed.

Sorry to hear of the passing of such a understanding lady. Worked with Lottie at Sears on water st while I was still in high school .Great lady who always spoke well of everyone and of Eastport

So sorry to hear of the passing of a lovely and kind lady. I will always remember our times together, talking, about our crafts, playing darts and helping her with the library at the club.. Rest In Peace Lottie.

The Cooze Family – Sincere condolences on the passing of your Mom. She and your Dad were so welcoming to us when we relocated to Masonic Park. Lottie always loved company and enjoyed a good laugh. She was a wonderful, kind lady. May she Rest In Peace.. Mary.

Heartfelt condolances to Fred,, Mona, Carol and family on the passing of your loved one.
Lottie was very pleasant, interesting lady with many talents. Lived a long productive life. I always enjoyed my visits with her at Masonic Park, especially the stories she could tell about her earlier life. She lived., loved (was loved ) and laughed. Will be missed fondly by all who knew her. RIP dear friend. Yvonne Whiffen

To Fred, Mona and Family,

So sad to hear of the passing of you mother. It is always so difficult to say good bye to those we love. Nice to read that both your mom and dad will be buried together. We did the same for both Kev and my parents and it was so comforting to know they were together. Our deepest sympathies. Terry and Kevin Sharpe.

The Cooze Family, Sincere condolences on the passing of a precious family member. May pleasant memories of almost a century of life sustain you at this difficult time and in the future. God Bless. Claude and Marilyn

CVondolences-to family and friends—special mention Carol–Believe you are the lady Secretary i worked with at Hamlyn’s Realty–many years ago–I also lived 11 LLOYD Cres at later date. ,and will be retiring Real estate end Dec 21-Again–.Condolences –All the best to you and family–Jim/Nelia Campbell-;St. John’s NFLD.

So sorry to hear of Lottie’s passing. I worked with your Mom and Sears, many years ago, as a kid out of high school, and I remember the beautiful and kind lady she was, and all the conversations we had , especially about Eastport.
I’ m sure she left her Family with many a wonderful memory.
RIP Lovely Lady.

Fred, Mona & Carol I am so sorry for the loss of your Mom. What a wonderful lady who lived a wonderful life. I was so happy & lucky to have met her & enjoyed visiting her in the last couple of years. I was always amazed by her great memory & I enjoyed so many of the stories she told. She spoke highly of you all & loved you very much. God Bless you Lottie & may you RIP.

Fred and Mona,
I remember how kind your mother and father were when we visited them in Sandy Cove (?). We were in Eastport and dropped over to say hello. She lived a long life. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.

Ellen and Peter Chalker

To Lottie’s family
Sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. She was a very good friend to George and I. We have many fond memories of visiting her at Masonic Park. Please accept our condolences during this time.
Sarah (Hounsell) and George Chafe

Fred and family,
So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing.Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

Jolene and Gary

Carol, Fred and Family:
I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of your dear Mom. I have wonderful memories of her and your Dad when we visited Nfld a few years ago and enjoyed our conversations. Take care.
With Deepest Sympathy
Harv. Tulk

Sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. She was a very kind person. My Mom sure enjoyed having her and your Dad come to visit. Sincerest condolences to your family.