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Harper County Obituaries

Shirley Osborn

20 Dec 1928 - 4 Oct 2013

© The Enid News and Eagle
Published 10-6-13
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BUFFALO, OK - Graveside service for Shirley Osborn, 84, of Buffalo, will be 1 p.m. Monday, October 7, 2013, at Laverne Cemetery. Arrangements by Wilkinson Funeral Service.

Shirley was born December 20, 1928, to Pat and Ruth (Lauby) Cofield, in Cherokee and died Friday, October 4, 2013.

Shirley married John Osborn August 25, 1945, in Rosston.

Shirley was preceded by husband John in 2001; daughter Sheryl Ann McGuire; and daughter-in-law Linda Osborn.

Surviving are sons, Terry (Dana) and Scott (Julie); daughters, Carolyn (Dickie) Goldston, Patti (Dale) Stephens and Penny Merkerison; brother Larry Cofield; 25 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren; and 5 great-great grandchildren,.

Condolences at www.wilkinsonfuneralservice.com.

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