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Steven Bird Osborne

Born: Sat., Nov. 1, 1952
Died: Wed., Jul. 17, 2019

No services to be held

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Steven Bird Osborne, 66, of Wallback, WV, passed on to his Eternal Home on Wednesday, July 17, 2019.  Steve was born November 1, 1952, to Robert and Donna (Bird) Osborne.
He graduated from Eau Gallie High School, Melbourne, FL in 1970 and Florida Technological University (now University of Central Florida) in 1974.
Steve was employed by Clay County Schools for 30+ years.  He enjoyed sharing his love of history, especially West Virginia history, with his students.  Also, there are many chess players throughout Clay County as he always taught his students to play chess.
Steve had an avid love for all things outdoors and tending his homeplace, fondly called, “The Farm.”
He is survived by his sons, Richard and Robert (Ashley) Osborne; father, Bob; sister, Suzie (Dennis) Legg; granddaughter, Baylee and grandson, Waylon.
The family is respecting Steve’s wishes, so there will be no services.

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Mary Kathryn (Taylor) King
   Posted Wed July 17, 2019
Suzie, Dennis, and Family,
Please accept my condolences in the loss of your brother. May God give you comfort.
Mary Kathryn

Jim Rutenbeck
   Posted Fri July 19, 2019
Steve was a friend of mine when I lived in Clay County many years ago. Steve was a kind and generous person. I want to send my sympathy to his family at this difficult time.

Terri Horton
   Posted Mon July 22, 2019
We, EGHS Class of 70, are just learning of Steve’s sudden passing. Our sincere condolences to the family.
Steve was one of those you loved to be around. Soft spoken, his sweet grin, and honest goodness made you comfortable, and want to talk to him more and more. His kindness was always at the forefront, surpassed only by those twinkling eyes.
We will miss him at our 50th reunion next year. But he will be there in spirit. He was loved by so many...
Terri Horton

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