Nancy Osburn

April 4, 1938March 10, 2019

Sunday morning, March 10, 2019, the Lord called Nancy Osburn home. She had 80 magnificent years, and went peacefully in her home.

Nancy grew up in Norfolk with her parents Bill and Ruth and siblings Bill, Pat and Donna. She married the love of her life, Wayne, and they moved to Hampton, where they raised three comedic geniuses, Robert, Nathan and Niki. Nancy believed all three to be awesome.

She will always be loved and cherished by her husband Wayne; her children and the ‘out-laws’ Robert and Melissa, Nathan and Janet, Niki and Shayne; and her seven grandchildren and their loved ones, Thomas & Hayley, Matt & his wife Cari, Christian & Cheyenne, Sean & Melisha, Josh & Kensey, Christian, and Jessica; and her three great grandkids, Finlee, Hudson and Isaiah.

Nancy left a legacy of love, laughter, and warmth to all her knew and loved her. She will be missed and always remembered with a smile.

A Celebration of life service will be held at 2:00 pm, Friday, March 15th, 2019 at Liberty Baptist Church located at 1021 Big Bethel Road, Hampton, Va. 23666.


  • Wayne *, Husband
  • Robert and wife, Melissa, Son
  • Nathan and wife, Janet, Son
  • Niki and husband, Shayne, Daughter
  • Thomas *, Grandchild
  • Matt and wife Cari, Grandchild
  • Christian *, Grandchild
  • Sean *, Grandchild
  • Josh *, Grandchild
  • Christian *, Grandchild
  • Jessica *, Grandchild
  • Finlee *, Great Grandchild
  • Hudson *, Great Grandchild
  • Isaiah *, Great Grandchild
  • Bill *, Father
  • Ruth *, Mother
  • Bill *, Brother
  • Pat *, Sister
  • Donna *, Sister


  • Memorial Service Friday, March 15, 2019

Nancy Osburn

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CT and Denise Moore

March 18, 2019

We are sorry for your loss. Nancy will be missed. She was such a special lady and a great Christian influence to those who had the privilege of knowing her. CT sang in her children's choir that she directed at Foxhill Baptist Church and has many good memories. Years went by and he enjoyed reconnecting with her and Wayne at Liberty Baptist. That is when I first met her. She was such a faithful member, and of course we got to see her every week at choir! We enjoyed sitting in front of Nancy and Wayne during church services, and missed her when she became to ill to attend. Her sweet spirit will always be remembered and we will be praying for you and the entire family.
CT and Denise Moore

Kim Coates

March 15, 2019

So sad to hear of Nancy’s passing. I grew up in Foxhill Baptist where she use to be a member. She was such a sweet lady, always smiling. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. In Christ, Kim Coates Powell & the Coates family.

Lois Forrest

March 15, 2019

So very sorry to read about Nancy's passing. I worked with her at OB-GYN of Hampton and she was a lovely person. Always a smile and kind word to everyone, she always made time to give the patients the little extra attention. Nancy taught some of her coworker to weave a basket and make a garden flag.
Our thought are with Wayne her husband and children Robert, Nathan and Nikki as they go through the days ahead.
Lois and Orville Forrest


March 15, 2019

Nancy and Wayne were our wonderful neighbors for a number of years. Trudy and I send our love and prayers to Wayne and family during this difficult time.

Ruth Simkins

March 13, 2019

I remember being in the choir with Nancy and Wayne at Foxhill Road Baptist Church. Also, remember being in a couples Sunday School Class with them. Nancy had such a beautiful voice and was a beautiful person in so many ways. I know she loved the Lord and we will see her again someday.

Brenda Mullins Collins

March 12, 2019

Will remember all of the sweet memories that we shared with your family as we were growing up in Hampton and those that we made together when my family moved to Wise County, Virginia. I will forever love your Mother's sense of humor and laughter! She made my Mom laugh alot! We will miss her!
Praying for comfort in the coming days for your family as only our Lord and Savior can provide.

Debbie Mullins Elliott

March 10, 2019

We loved her so. Mr and Mrs Osburn were like our second parents and a very big part of our childhood. Hearing my parents with them laughing until all hours of the night; watching Guy Lombardo every New Year's Eve; falling out of the treehouse in their backyard and the beautiful, well trimmed bushes in the front yard; and so, so much more. Our hearts and love go out to the family; memories that will never, ever fade.