Gerry Dean Osborn – Age 57 of Farwell, passed away at his home surrounded by his dearest family and friends on Monday, August 17, 2020. Gerry was born in Farwell on July 9, 1963. He married Mary Ann Smith on October 6, 2018. He served on the Farwell Village Council as Vice President for a time and served with the Surrey Township Fire Department. He worked as a mechanic for JBC Golf Carts. He loved racing, fishing, hunting, and earned the nickname “The Mooth” in Texas hold’em.
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Gerry is survived by his loving wife, Mary Ann Osborn, his sons Gerry Osborn, Jr. and Ryan Stephenson, a daughter, Samantha Osborn, 3 stepchildren; Kayla Smith, Nicholas Smith, and Selena DeLeon, a granddaughter, Kalli, 6 step grandchildren; Payton, Willow, Kylar, Hope, Troy and Timmy; 6 brothers; Tim (Donna) Osborn of Texas, Randy Osborn (and significant other, Tammy) of Weidman, twin brother Gary (Cyndi) Osborn of Farwell, Carl Osborn (and significant other, Karmen) of Farwell, Dareld (Kim) Osborn of Pinconning, 5 sisters; LeNora Eldred of Kalamazoo, LaDeanna (Larry) Nickolae of Paw Paw, Connie (Craig) Gurnee of Farwell, Mickie (Tom) Findley of Weidman, and Tracy Conrad of Maple Rapids, as well as many nieces and nephews, and Gerry’s homie, Alex Whitt.
Gerry was preceded in death by his parents, Laurel George and Vesta Lee Osborn, a brother, George Osborn, a niece, Leah Marie Carrier, and a brother in law, Phil Eldred.
A visitation and service are scheduled for Friday, August 21, 2020 at the Campbell Stocking Funeral Home in Farwell. Viewing and visitation will take place from 11:00 AM until the time of service at 2:00 PM. Stewart Dewey will officiate. According to the family’s wishes, a cremation will take place, following his funeral service.
Please share your memories and condolences online with Gerry’s family at www.CampbellStocking.com. Arrangements have been entrusted to Campbell Stocking Funeral Home, Farwell. In accordance with state mandated executive order, Covid19 compliance practices will be followed. Face masks and social distancing will be required.