A native of Williamson County, Mr. Osborne was the son of the late Howlett Osborne and Effie Osborne. He was employed by the City of Spring Hill Public Works Department and was a member of the Jones Chapel Church of the Nazarene.
In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by three brothers, William Henry "Rufus" Osborne Jr., Frank Osborne, and James Osborne, and two sisters, Gail Holt and Earline Morgan.
Mr. Osborne is survived by his wife, Anna Jaco Osborne of Thompson's Station; son, Chad (Amy) of Thompson's Station; daughter, Chasity Osborne of Thompson's Station; son, Allen (Laura) Osborne of the Rally Hill Community; and three grandchildren, Joshua Bell, Ajay Osborne and Colby Osborne, all of Thompson's Station. Also surviving are one sister, Elizabeth Snow King of Franklin; five brothers, Tom Osborne of Thompson's Station, and Jessie Osborne and Herman Osborne, both of Franklin, Hershel Osborne of Thompson's Station, and Harry Osborne of Franklin; and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for Mr. Osborne were conducted Saturday, Oct. 6, at Community of Faith Church of the Nazarene, Franklin, with Gary Fewell and Ronnie Johnson officiating. Burial followed at the Osborn Family Cemetery in Franklin.
Pallbearers were Jeff Foster, Donnie Beasley, Rex Lee, Jackie Glenn, Randall "R2" Garton, and Larry Bobo. Honorary pallbearers included friends and other family.
Condolences of sympathy may be sent to www.billsmcgaugh.com.
Bills-McGaugh Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.