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Larry Dean Osborn passed away Thursday, October 13, 2022 at home with his wife and family by his side.
Larry was born March 3, 1939 in Lincoln, IN to Donald and Agnes Osborn. His family later moved to Texas where after high school he enlisted in the United States Army. After the military he spent his years raising a family and owning multiple businesses including a service station, a feed store and long haul trucking. In more recent years since moving to the Hunt County area in the 80s he was a West Tawakoni police officer then the Chief of Police for Lone Oak. After retiring from Lone Oak Police Department he went on to be Executive Vice President of MKM Distribution and started Lone Oak Wrecker Service along with his wife, Jill. He was a hard working man known to work circles around those half his age. Larry had a love for paint horses especially Tex who he proudly rode in the Hunt County Sheriff’s Posse. Larry was known to be a generous man, who was a joy to be around. He hosted the best parties and put on the best firework shows for many years.
He is survived by his loving wife of 22 years Jill, son, Terry Osborn and wife Michele of Kaufman, TX, daughter, Sherry Elerson and husband Joe of Ben Wheeler, TX, daughter, Ashley Osborn of Lone Oak, TX, and daughter, Rachel Hudgins and husband Chris of Lone Oak, TX. sisters, Donna Wright and Fred of Wynne Wood, Ok. and Pat Otto of Midlothian, Tx. Grandchildren Kristy Osborn, Melissa Hopson, Joeseph Elerson, Stephanie Stone, Kyler Elerson, Sidney Hudgins, Zane Scoggins, Jacob Hudgins and, Logan Hudgins. Great Grandchildren Kloey Dalton, Bryson Dalton, Quinten Dalton, Lavery Hopson, Trinity Hopson and, great great grandson Grayson Allen.
Preceded in death by his parents Donald and Agnes Osborn, sisters, Shirley Oneal, Marilyn Attaway, Linda Osborn, and brother Roger Osborn.
Memorial Services for Larry will be held Saturday October 29, 2022 at Peters Funeral Home in Greenville, TX at 5pm. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be sent to Remember for Me Greenville, TX.