Mary Jean Osborn

Mary Jean Osborn
Mary Jean Osborn

Mary Jean Osborn, 65, of Amarillo, TX passed away January 4, 2024.

Visitation will be from 2-3:00 PM, Sunday, January 7, 2024 at Boxwell Brothers, 2800 Paramount. Funeral service will be at 2:00 PM, Monday, January 8, 2024 at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Interment will be private. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.

Mary was born February 1, 1958 in Athens, TX to Kenneth and Maudie Thompson. She grew up in Amarillo, TX and married Joe Osborn on October 1, 1976. Mary was a longtime member of Southlawn Assembly of God. She loved attending her church, sewing, gardening, baking, and coloring. Out of all, Mary enjoyed spending time with her family, friends, and beloved dog Phoebe. Mary worked as a housekeeper at the Bishop DeFalco Retreat Center for 23 years with her sister-in-law, Cindy Osborn.

She is preceded in death by her mother, Rita Thompson.

Mary is survived by her husband Joe; daughters, Tabatha Wheeler and husband Jason, and Melissa Robertson and husband Jerry; father; Kenneth “Blackie” Thompson, Sr.; twin brother, Kenneth Thompson; sisters, Siane Mudgett and Rhonda Jordan; and grandchildren, Taden Wheeler and Jaycee Wheeler.


7 Replies to “Mary Jean Osborn”

  1. I cut Mary’s hair for a few years , Mary loved our GOD and she showed it. What a wonderful person, loved her girls, and grandkids and especially her husband talked beautifully about them , she will truly be missed but is in such a beautiful place.

  2. I loved Mary and considered her extended family and a friend. I didn’t call or visit during her last battle because of concerns for her health. She was a wonderful mother to my daughter in law Tabatha and her sister Melissa. She was also a wonderful wife and grandmother to our grandchildren. She’s now with our Lord and a very special Angel.

  3. I enjoyed attending church with Mary for a good number of years. She poured into the life of my granddaughter by loving
    her and teaching her in Sunday School.
    She was such a precious lady and will be dearly missed.
    May God give peace and comfort to the family as only He can do.
    Love you Mary, see you soon!
    Mildred Fuller

  4. Mary was such a sweet, sweet lady. I enjoyed working with her at the retreat center. Prayers for all of her family. I know she will be missed by all who knew her.

  5. Mary was a very sweet lady and I know she will be missed by all. God’s strength and peace for family and friends.

  6. I remember Mary’s beautiful smile & funny laugh. She was a beautiful & kind soul. God received a true angel! My deepest sympathy to all her loved ones!

  7. I’m so sorry for y’all’s loss she was an amazing lady and an amazing neighbor for the 20 years I lived behind yall. I have so many memories of her growing up I will never forget.

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