September 19, 1951 ~ February 6, 2013

Born in: Pueblo, CO,
Resided in: Pueblo West, CO

Georgia Lozinsky, 61, passed away suddenly on Feb. 6, 2013. She was a light to all who knew her. Despite having battled diabetes her entire life, Georgia embraced life in a way that was an inspiration to others. Preceded in death by her beloved mother, Ida Lozinsky; and her son, Baby Boy Egan. Survived by husband, Jim Carsella; father, Harold Lozinsky; sister, Glenda (Steve) Strickbine; nephew, Steve Jr. (Suzy); loving nieces, Addie, Haley, Sarah and Riley; several aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 11, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations be made to the American Diabetes Association or the RMLEI Foundation through the funeral home. Online condolences,

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  1. Georgia will be missed in so many ways. She had the most amazing outlook and was an example of perseverance and optimism. Georgia was a joy to talk to and no matter what was going on with her, so always wanted to know how things were with you. Her love for animals and people was truly inspiring and the world is a sadder place without her.

  2. Please accept our sympathy on the sudden passing of Georgia. I will never forget the memories at her house playing jacks and listening to Hello i love You from the Doors. Georgia was truly a special person who brought out the best in everyone.

  3. I am grateful that I was blessed to know Georgia in her physical time here on earth. I am grateful to have witnessed her beauty, honesty, laughter, joy, love, kindness, discipline, intelligence, humor, generosity, creativity, tenacity; I could go on and on. She and Jim are two of the kindest, most wonderful people I know. I will always remember how Georgia and I would laugh and laugh and laugh whenever we would talk; she could find the humor in ANYTHING and then turn around and give excellent business advice in the next sentence. I will miss our fun and connection here on earth. I feel her LOVE and acceptance and wisdom comforting me even now. Georgia’s passing is a great loss to our world.
    I miss my friend. Ramona (Monie) Lombard

  4. On behalf of everyone at Whale and Dolphin Conservation, please accept our deepest sympathies and our sincerest gratitude for the dedication and passion Georgia gave to us throughout the years.

  5. May I offer my condolences to Georgia’s entire family. I have many fond childhood memories of time spent with Georgia and was saddened to hear of her sudden passing. I am out of the country and will not be able to attend the memorial. Please know that I will be there in spirit. Sincerely, Ron Bunk

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