Kathleen "Kay" (Stepp) Osborne

Died: Mon., Mar. 18, 2013

Private Service and visitation

1:00 PM Thu., Mar. 28, 2013

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Kathleen "Kay" Stepp Osborne 86 of Clinton passed away on March 18,
2013 at 12:15am in the Clinton Gardens. She was born on June 29, 1926
in Paris to Fred Stepp and Marie Remlinger Stepp. She was head
of admissions at the Vermillion County Hospital. She was a member of
the First Christian Church in Clinton.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband William Osborne and
a daughter Cindy Osborne.
She is survived by a daughter Lynette Hastings of Clinton and a son Roger
& Donna Osborne of Florida. A granddaughter Misty Maloney Riordan of
Georgia, three great grandchildren;  Rachel Kathleen Riordan, Patrick
Riordan and Rebekah Grace Riordan all of Georgia. Three sisters; Freida
Pine of Paris, Anna Trover of Paris and Brenda Hammond of Martinsville, IL.
Graveside services will be held at 1:00pm on March 28, 2013 at Roselawn
Memorial Park with Rev. Donna Hardisty officiating. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the Animal Shelter of their choice or the Joel
Olsteen Ministries.

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Donna Osborne
   Posted Mon March 25, 2013
I could never have found a kinder or more caring mother-in-law. I will love and miss her, and always remember her with a smile.

Lisa Gilman
   Posted Tue March 26, 2013
I want to share something Funny about KAY. I met Kay & Lynnette along time ago by helping with house cleaning during Lynnette's hip surgery. I enjoyed the talks we had together about everything and How they both helped me through some tuff times in my life. The Best "Kay"Story would be about "Flarp" not sure if I spelled it right. One day when I arrived to clean I said my moringin Hello's to the Ladies and started cleaning. I could hear Kay had Bad Belly Problems. I was concerned because of the possible smell in the Livingroom. Kay farted for over an hour or so until I came into the Livingroom, Kay started Laughing so hard she had been playing a treat on me with the "Flarp" a pink puddy you put your finger in and make a fart noise. We all laughed. That's what I will remember about Kay how we could Laugh Together...May God me with You. Love Lisa

Andrew Marks
   Posted Wed March 27, 2013
I want to express my deepest sympathies to the family and my great friend, Lynette. I'm so sorry for the loss of your wonderful mother. I can't imagine what you're going through, but I'm here for you and you can text me anytime.

My thoughts are with the Kay Osborne family and friends.


Marti Crane
   Posted Wed March 27, 2013
Sending love & condolences to Lynette & her family.....

   Posted Wed March 27, 2013
Dear Lynette and Family. I wish you strength in this difficult time
and condolences on the loss of your beloved mother

Lana Huckeba
   Posted Wed March 27, 2013
I am so sorry for the loss of your precious mother ---- times like this are so Hard- I know because I have been in your shoes and my mother and I were best friends too ---Cherish those precious memories you have and just keep in mind how happy she is now walking the streets of Heaven with your daddy and Wow, not in Any pain at all----- it is Hard not to feel a bit selfish for our own self being because we Never want to lose our parents but we honestly dont like to see them in pain and agony either. Just be strong and always know that your Guardian Angels are always looking out for you. Precious Memories How They Linger ! I love you and always know if you need a get-away by door is always open-- my phone always rings no matter what time you need to call...

Michelle, Erica & Eric
   Posted Wed March 27, 2013
To Lynette & Family,

Sincere condolences to you and the family. She is a beautiful person in so many ways and was always so good to us all. We will truly miss her. We loved her. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Christopher Mander
   Posted Thu March 28, 2013
Dear Lynette,

I am so sorry and want you to know I am thinking of you and what your family must be going through right know. Please except my condolences. I can only imagine how difficult this must be for you right know.

Stephanie and Trevor England and girls
   Posted Fri March 29, 2013
We are so sorry for your loss. Aunt Kay was a wonderful woman, and it was great to see her on a good day. May you find peace knowing she is in NO pain now.

Patti Cox
   Posted Fri March 29, 2013
Dearest Kay,
I had the great pleasure of getting to know you when you felt good. I would get the biggest kick out of knowing that before I got home (4 blocks away) that the goodies I had just delivered were being enjoyed.
I'm so sure you will be busy seeing all of your old friends and making new ones as well. What a peaceful time it will be for you. No more pain, no more hospitals, no more worries at all.
We'll do our very best to try and console your family in this very hard time. Please be safe with the angels and look over us too, as we still need you all to.
Until we meet again I'm sending much love to you ~<3~ God Bless You :)

Dave Kyle
   Posted Fri March 29, 2013
Roger & Lynette, So sorry for your loss. What a great lady.

   Posted Sat March 30, 2013
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