Thomas Osborn M.D.

Manlius, New York


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Thomas I. Osborn MD January 8, 2019 Thomas I. Osborn MD, 81, of Manlius, passed away peacefully after a short illness with his family by his side. He was born in Watertown and graduated from Watertown High school in 1955, RPI with a BS in 1959, received his Masters degree in Electrical...

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Sharon, you and your family have my deepest sympathy at this very sorrowful time.

So sorry for your loss Sharon my condolences to you and your family.

I was one year behind Tom and RPI and a fraternity brother in Theta Chi. Tom was special! He was a better student than I was and had no hesitancy in his willingness to help other brothers with their academics. I have not seen him since he graduated, but remember him fondly.

Dr Osborn was our Dr for over 25 yrs , you do not see doctors like that any more he truly cared about his patients. My sister and 10 yr old nephew left an abusive home , they stayed at vera house in hiding for 3 mon then stayed with me. They still could not let anyone know where they were. They were very sick from being inclosed for so many yrs. This wonderful doctor took care of them free of charge for over a yr medicine included! Who does that , I will tell you a person who became a doctor...

We were sadden to read of your loss. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. My husband talks about him as being the best doctor he had.

Doctor Osborn was my doctor for over 35 years and when my son was born he was his as well. He was a great doctor and truly cared about his patients. I will miss him much.

Mrs. Osborn and Family:

Seasons change and songs do fade. Death can never be detached in our fate; do not worry we will meet them someday. In heaven where eternal happiness stay. Nothing but wonderful memories of you all, and thank you all for your concern after my parents died -not a fun thing to go through.

All Our Condolences - The McGann Family

he was my favorite doctor

Katherine, Sharon and family:

I am sorry to hear of the loss of your dad and husband. He was a good man who I am glad I got to meet. I offer my prayers to you at this time.