Dale Cosner
Dale Cosner
Dale Cosner
Dale Cosner
Dale Cosner
Dale Cosner

Obituary of Dale Edward Cosner

Dale Edward Cosner 79 years old resided in Lynnwood WA 13 Sept. 1942 to 17 Mar 2022 Dale was born in Orofino ID to Vera and Richard Cosner. Raised on a farm/ranch in the Cavendish-Teakean area and went to Orofino area schools. Entered the USAF Jan 1961, stationed in Great Falls MT where he met and married Marie Ferguson on April 24th, 1962. To this marriage was born Richard, David, Randy and Denise. While in the Air Force they lived in Guam, Turkey as well as several places in the US. He retired from the Air Force on January 31, 1981 and later moved to Marysville WA and lived and worked there until the passing of his wife in 2005. He bought a motor home and traveled extensively, eventually settling in Kooskia, until the summer of 2020 when he returned to Washington to be near his children and grandchildren. He enjoyed fishing and camping in Montana with family and friends. Loved anything western and car racing. He is survived by his children and 6 grandchildren, April, Jaylynn, Vanessa, Emma, Destiny, and Randy (RJ). Siblings, Helen Egland, Leona Marie, Norma Hosford and Paul Haddock and Karen Mortensen. Good friend and cousin Frank Jenkins. Nieces and nephews, Jayne, Janell, Gary, Greg, Victoria, Valerie, Alysia and Sierra. He shared special bond with great nieces Jacey and Kally Arnzen. He was proceeded in death by both parents, wife Marie, sister Joyce and brother Fred. He was cremated and his ashes will be scattered in the Clearwater River at a later date. A marker will be placed near his father’s monument in ID, date will be announced on his memorial page listed below. The family would like you to consider donating to St. Jude’s or a Veteran’s charity as Dale often gave to them throughout the years. There is an online memorial at www.beckstributecenter.com. Feel free to leave comments, personal stories, or upload cherished photos.
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