Cambrie A Cozzens

Cambrie

Cambrie loved everything to do with art. She filled hundreds of sketch pads with her drawings, doodles, poems, songs and art. She was a passionate equestrian. She and her mom shared endless days with her horse/best friend Rio (Quiet Riot) at Rose Ranch Stables and she competed in horse shows as a member of the Utah Hunter Jumper Association. She loved car rides, chasing ambulances and traveling all over the U.S. with her dad, playing games and laughing with family and friends, hour-long showers where she sung for the world to hear. Cambrie had a very close and unique relationship with her brother Chase. Cambrie had so many friends of all ages and loved them all unconditionally. She attended Riverton High School. During her senior year she was blessed to live with her birthmother and family in Tooele, where she graduated from Stansbury High School. Cambrie worked at AA Callisters in the Tack Department and loved being a part-time nanny for "her boys". She was looking forward to Spring Semester at Salt Lake Community College and her future with Nickalas Patch.
Cambrie is survived by three sets of parents - Ken & Vickie Cozzens, Devlin & Mackenzie Murdock, and Vaughn & Traci Wright. Siblings - Chase & Christine Cozzens; Tanner & Madison Murdock; KayDee, Kendra & Jett Wright. Grandparents: B. Neil Bullock, Don & Helen Cozzens, Patsy Bradshaw, Kraig & Toni Murdock, Tracy & Janet Wright, along with a huge extended family. Proceeded in death by: Grandma Sharen Bullock, Dick Bradshaw (Grandpa Poop), and Great Grandpa Joe Ruganis.

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