JoAnn Rock posted a condolence
Monday, October 16, 2023
I was in 5th and 6th grades with Mark. We were 20 kids in our class, so many who accomplished so much. I’m thrilled to see that Mark accomplished so much and contributed so much to society. I’m so very sorry for his early passing. JoAnn (Ladman) Rock
Glenn M. RIcketts posted a condolence
Monday, May 16, 2022
What a loss, for which I have no words, only the happy memories of a splendid colleague and cherished friend of four decades. Rest in peace Mark, you've left us far too soon. I will remember you always. Glenn M. Ricketts
John Cleary posted a condolence
Thursday, May 12, 2022
Thank you to Mark for being a friend and colleague. I will always remember our long talks about ideas and Nova Scotia. I will be forever grateful for his kind words, advice, and words of consolation. His unwavering support I will never forget. My deepest condolences to his close friends and family. John Cleary
Keilani Abdullah posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Dear Cozin family, my most sincere condolences As an adjunct sociologist that started at RVCC in 2013, Mark was my supervisor and mentor. I learned so much from him about teaching sociology and teaching at RVCC. I appreciated all his advice. I admired his work in DV, a shared passion of mine. He will be missed and his presences made us better.
Amy M. posted a condolence
Saturday, May 7, 2022
I had Professor Cozin for Sociology at RVCC in the early 2000s. I loved his class. We read and discussed a book that I reference to this day. He was so funny too. I remember he used to bring coffee and donuts for us. My sincere condolences to Professor Cozin’s family.
theo kyrkostas posted a condolence
Friday, May 6, 2022
I haven’t seen Mark for over 60 years. I was the 3rd basemen on a great Little League team . On Temple Menorah Mark was a superb shortstop and a dandy pitcher. When he returned from the mound his Dad ( not sure of his name perhaps Ben) would have Mark put on his jacket and rub up his pitching arm. His Dad always had a cigar and often offered them to other Dad’s. In school he always concentrated and was a serious student who excelled in wherever he put his energy. My heart goes out to all who loved him and glad that he experienced the great outdoors before passing to the other side. I am with you in your grief. Theo (Teddy) kyrkostas jhs 67 and Bayside Highschool
Tara H posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 3, 2022
Mark Cozin was my sociology professor at RVCC years ago. He was a good professor and nice person. My heartfelt sympathies go to Professor Cozin's family and friends as well as his RVCC colleagues and former students.
Kimberly Schirner posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 3, 2022
My name is Kimberly and I was a friend and colleague of Mark’s since 2004 at RVCC. I am so sorry Mark had to leave this earthly realm so soon. Mark taught me so much through our time at RVCC together and I am grateful for his influence on my career and life. He will never be forgotten and will always be remembered by me as a kind and gentle soul with so much love for his students and friends at RVCC.
Peter schectman posted a condolence
Saturday, April 23, 2022
My name is Peter schectman before we became teens...through sports initially and later he was in my classes in 7 thru 9th grades we both attended Bayside h,s, and he went to college in Pennsylvania and continued his studies in Europe and Asia obtaining a PhD From 1980 to 2010 we had an interruption 8n our friendship...no quarrelsome feud just separate ways but renewed it since and I cherish the fact that we did He loved his family and they loved him My memories of him are plentiful and all loving and pleasant...he always made me feel good, feel loved and feel like our renewing our friendship is a major major victory in both our lives I have known and loved his wife for nearly 50 yrs but missed out on seeing his 3 sons on this last 10 yr revival of ours...anyone that wishes to contact me, please send me an email at peterschectman5@-gmail.com
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Wednesday, April 20, 2022