Walter J. Osborn

Staten Island, New York

1942 - 2019


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Walter J. Osborn, 77 Sept. 1, 1942 - Sept. 1, 2019 Walter J. Osborn passed away peacefully at home on his seventy-seventh birthday. Walter was a lifelong resident of Staten Island. His accomplishments epitomized a life-long commitment to volunteerism and community service. An Air Force veteran,...

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Dear Grace and family, so sorry to hear about Waller's passing Gina and Walt Sandman

Grace and family,
Your husband and father was the epitome of
friendship, unity and most of all Christian charity. It was truly an honor to have known him. You and your family are in my prayers.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Dear Grace and family , so sorry to read of Walters passing. What a great man with all his accomplishments he did for others. His greatest treasures were you and your sons and grandson and daughter in law. He will be missed by so many but for sure he is in Gods arms for he did his work here on earth without hesitation . Our condolences , Brendan & Susan Kane

Dear Grace and Family,

Please accept the heartfeld condolences of the entire Wounded Warrior Project family (especially our Warriors) on the passing of your husband Walter. Walter was a servant leader -- who truly cared deeply for our nation's Wounded Veterans (and their Families).

We are eternally grateful for the incredible support he has raised over more than a decade for those returning home with both visible and invisible wounds of war -- with you at his side (and...

Dear Grace and Family,

Please accept the sincere and profound condolences of the entire Wounded Warrior Project family - especially our Warriors/families -- whom Walter (and you), and the Staten Island Community have supported so well over the past decade + !! Walter was "one of a kind" Veteran/citizen/leader -- and I am honored and proud to have met him (and his family/friends). We will miss him -- but continue on in his honor. Please know how gratreful we are for...

Walter was a wonderful person, evident by the turn out at his wake. He will be deeply missed. It was an honor to know him

Grace and family,
It was a pleasure to have known Walter. Unfortunately, he was taken so soon. If I can halo you at all just let me know. God Bless you all.

Walter I am honored to have met you. You will be missed and never forgotten. RIP my friend.