Osborne, Rosalie 'Elaine'

February 8th, 2018

Peacefully at Chelsey Park Long Term Care on Thursday, February 8th, 2018, in her 94th year. Beloved wife of the late Ted Osborne (2008). Loving mother of Charles (Danielle), Bill (Elaine), David (Debbie) and Chris (Mary Ellen). Predeceased by daughter Caroline, the joy of her life. Survived by brother, Charles Frederick Riley. Held in loving memory by many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at ST. JOHN THE DIVINE PARISH, 390 Baseline Road West, London, on Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 11:00 a.m., with visitation one hour prior. Interment of cremated remains at Woodland Cemetery. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Elaine are asked to consider Community Living London. 

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Deborah OsborneDear Charlie, Bill, David, Chris and your families Graham and I send our condolences and hope that loving memories will support you now, and always. Much love, Deborah and Graham
Ron and Carole TowleCharlie, Bill, David, Chris and families. We send our condolences. Elaine and Ted were wonderful neighbours and are missed. Your mom enjoyed a long, wonderful life. Sincerely, Ron and Carole Towle
BRIAN CROSSDearBill,Elaine,Chalie,and family members;I am so very sorry to hear of the recent passing of a truly fine citizen of our community with all herdear beloved friends and family which were truly cherished in so many ways wether it be with her culinary skills to keep her family so healthy and talented in so many ways or her handicrafts which made her friends smile and make our wrlrld in which we live a truly wonderful place now and for many years to come I am sure.Cherish the fond memories as a family unit from this moment forward.With gods xivine blessings these will cuide you all toward a brighter futures both in your chosen carees and personal lives as you continue to move forward in our complex world in which we live okay.may God Bless you all.Yours Sincerely;BRIAN CROSS WESTMINISTER HIGHSNOOL ALUMNI MEMBER ,CLASS OF !972,PARKWOOD INSTITUTE,FRONT DESK CUSTOMER CLERK,31YEARS, MARCH I6,2O17-RETIRED
AaylaDear Grandpa, I feel bad for you and sorry you lost you mom. I love you! XOXOXO
Derek HowardI'm sorry for the loss of your mom. She was a very kind and caring person. She was always happy and laughing.
Therese and Mike StewartDave, Deb, Destiny, Derek and Aayla, Mike and I are so sorry to hear of your loss. Keeping your memories close to your heart will hopefully bring you some comfort. Love Therese and Mike
Jeannine Brunette Campbell and Susan BrunetteDear Charlie, Bill, David and Chris. Our sincere condolences on the loss of your dear mother. She and your Dad were dear friends and neighbours of ours when we lived in London. Susan's Dad, Clark, and your Dad, Ted, were bosom buddies and you boys, along with your precious sister, Caroline, were all pals and school chums of our David and Susan. It is comforting to know that your dear parents are together again in Heaven. Love and Prayers.
Christina PachecoDear Charlie, Bill, Chris, David & families. My deepest sympathies during this time. I'm deeply saddened to hear of your mother's passing. She was an amazing lady, with a beautiful, loving heart. I had the pleasure of getting to know her, your father and Caroline several years ago. I remember about moments with them often, they were quite the trio. I was truly blessed to have met your family. Your mom was a brilliant lady, she will be remembered by many fond memories. My prayers and thoughts are with you all. Sincerely, Christina
Dianne ArnoldI'm so sorry to hear about your mom... A very kind and lovely lady. I have many fond memories of you all as treasured neighbours., especially Caroline keeping an eye on the neighbourhood! Wishing you peace in the coming days... Dianne Arnold (Betty & Reg Arnold"s daughter)
Olivia (Karen Blahout) GuinanHugs Charlie, Dave, Billy, Chris and families, just found out that your mom passed away, heartfelt sadness on hearing the news (I live in England). Growing up on Beachwood was the best and your mom was always full of hugs and laughter (and always ready to feed whomever walked through the door). Your mom's fudge rivaled my Aunt Rita's (Blahout) who lives in our old home on Beachwood. So many fond, lovely memories of your mom, her kindness was full of abundance to all, just being able to sit and have a chat about anything, took the time to listen, your mom was always smiling and even when she scolded one of you boys it would be followed with a hearty laugh (throwing her head back), smile and then a big hug. Your home was always full of love, laughter. Your mom was a party gal as I have a couple of pictures of the parties mom and dad threw, and there she was in the middle of it all having a fab time. Your mom was one of many extra moms we kids would visit for a quick snack and off we ran to the woods to continue our naughty adventures. How do you find the words to describe someone that was so full of life, laughter, love, hugs and one smart cookie, completing a degree later in life. Living opposite all of you was the best. Your home was a second home, just walking in, hi Mrs O and hearing your dad... in his way say Karen Olivia drawn out with a hearty laugh.. both your parents were always full of laughter. We got up to so much mischief in those woods but they were the best days of my childhood. Never will forget her or your dad.
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