Elizabeth Ann Osbourne (1937 - 2018)

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Elizabeth Ann Osbourne, 81, Lebanon, passed away on Monday, Oct. 22, 2018 at Spring View Hospital, surrounded by her loving family.
Elizabeth Ann was born on April 27, 1937 in Lebanon. Elizabeth Ann taught piano and swimming to countless children and adults. She was a Kentucky Colonel and served multiple terms on the Lebanon City Council. She earned an associate's degree from St. Catharine College and worked several years at American Greeting Corporation. Elizabeth Ann was an active member of St. Augustine Parish and served as Eucharistic minister and alongside her husband in prison ministry. Elizabeth Ann loved to be active and thoroughly enjoyed spending time with her friends and numerous activities at the Lebanon Aquatic Center, fitness center and tending to her many flowers and plants.
She was preceded in death by: her beloved husband of 62 years, James W. "Sid" Osbourne; and parents, Dr. Joseph F. Hill and Mary Elizabeth Hill.
Survivors include: five children, James S. Osbourne (Lisa) of Lebanon, Mary Beth Cahill (Mark) of San Lorenzo, California, David J. Osbourne (Sarah) of Louisville, and Rebecca Simms (Charles) and Margaret Osbourne, all Lexington; nine grandchildren, Jennifer Osbourne, Louis Simms, Megan Cahill, Kevin Simms, Dr. Brian Osbourne, Anthony Osbourne, Katy Lopez, Hannah Osbourne, and Clare Osbourne; four great-grandchildren; brother, Joseph F. Hill Jr.; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A Mass of Christian burial was held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, at St. Augustine Catholic Church with interment in Lebanon National Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Brian Osbourne, Patrick Osbourne, Kevin Simms, Joe Hill, Stephen Hill, and Hugh Spalding.
Bosley Funeral Home, Lebanon, was in charge of arrangements.
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Published in The Lebanon Enterprise on Nov. 7, 2018