Mildred June Spahr Cuozzo

Mildred June Spahr Cuozzo

Mildred Milly Cuozzo, 89, a homemaker who loved to write poetry, died of
complications from a stroke June 3, 2007 at Lorien Health Systems nursing home in
Mount Airy. She lived in New Carrollton.

She was born Mildred Spahr in Washington and graduated from
Eastern High
School (1935).

Mrs. Cuozzo published many poems over the years, including several that ran in The
Washington Post. A 1963 Bill Gold column in The Post highlighted a poem she
composed about the new year that read:

Remember all those shopping days . . . That narrowed down to one? . . .
With grim good will we contemplate . . . The fresh supply begun.

Mrs. Cuozzo also loved animals and surrounded herself with cats and dogs as pets.

Her husband, Charles G. Cuozzo, died in 1968.

survivors include two sons, Chuck Cuozzo of New Carrollton and Barry Cuozzo of
Monrovia; a sister, Dottie Carpenter of Laurel; three grandchildren; four
great-grand-children; and four step-great-grandchildren.