Kimberly Cossette

kimberly cossette
Kimberly Jean Cossette, 59 of Fargo, ND surrounded by her loving family passed away Sunday, June 2nd at Sanford Hospital in Fargo, ND. Kimberly Jean (Kinney) Cossette was born on March 3, 1960 in Jamestown, ND to Charles and Janice Kinney. She was raised in Jamestown, ND. Kim graduated from Jamestown, ND High School in 1978. She worked with her mother as a finishing contractor. Kim worked for Agri-Cover for a number of years until moving to West Fargo. She worked for TRS Industries until graduating from NDSU as a Pharmacist in 1997. Kim worked in Wadena as a retail pharmacist until 1998. She worked at Sanford Pharmacy until her retirement in 2019. Kim married Richard Cossette on July 23, 2011 at their lake home on Big Cormorant Lake, MN. She enjoyed caring for and spending time with her family. Kim especially enjoyed spending time with her ten grandchildren. She loved spending time at the lake with friends and family. Kim especially loved traveling with her husband on their many adventures. She enjoyed working and spending time with her pharmacy family. Kim enjoyed their classic cars driving on car tours and socializing with the members of the Horseless Carriage Car Club. Kim is survived be her husband, Richard Cossette; and sons, Paul Johnson, Scott Johnson, Shane (Jenny) Cossette, Stacy Davis, and Robert (Wendy) Cossette; grandchildren, Jude Johnson, Jannis Johnson, Stephanie Cossette, Brandon Cossette, Zoey Cossette, Khloe Cossette, Ashley Davis, Kaleb Davis, Lilly Cossette, and Alex Cossette; her father, Charles Kinney; father-in-law, Roger Cossette and mother-in-law, Claudia Cossette. She is survived by her sister, Marlee (Drew) Siewart; brother-in-law, Ken (Pam Slifka) Cossette. She is also survived by her nephews, Joshua (Emily) Siewart, Judson (Cassie) Siewart, Jason (Natalie) Cossette, Jeff Cossette, and Cory Cossette. Kim is also survived by many great-nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her mother; and sister-in-law, Brenda Cossette.

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  1. Sincere sympathies to all of Kim’s family. She was such a special person and touched so many lives. I am grateful that our life paths crossed and for the friendship we shared. She will be greatly missed. God’s healing touch to the family.

  2. Marlee, my deepest sympathy on the loss of your sister. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Jeanette

  3. Heaven got a little Brighter with a Special Angel. Kim was the most beautiful lady inside and outside. She will be greatly missed by friends and family❤️ Our prayers for Strength, Faith, and Love go to all family she leaves behind.

  4. I am deeply honored and blessed to have known your wife  She was blessing in my life, and I will forever carry her in my heart. Accept my condolences.”
    From Mrs. Faith, Mrs Hope and the entire C.O.H staff & students

  5. Kim was truly a gem and always a pleasure to be around. I will remember her for her zest for life, smile, and kindness. May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

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