OBITUARY

Mary Alice Osborn

December 7, 1958July 19, 2018

Mary Alice (Suk) Osborn of Marysville, WA, unexpectedly passed away Thursday, July 19, 2018. She was 59.

A native of Bound Brook, NJ, Mary Alice was the fifth and youngest child of Cecilia and the late James Suk. She graduated from Bound Brook High School in 1976. After graduation, Mary Alice made her way to Washington State, where she met and married Kevin D. Osborn of Smokey Point, WA. They had two children: Danelle R. Osborn and Kurtis M. Osborn, both of Marysville. Mary Alice was an employee of The Herald Newspaper in Everett for over 20 years. During her tenure at the newspaper, she worked in various jobs within the Circulation Department, eventually becoming a delivery manager. She was always full of life and had the most generous heart around -- she'd literally do anything for those she loved. She would always work outside in her backyard and tend to her plants. She loved warm weather, hiking, swimming, her children, her dog, Logan, her devoted friends, and the Jersey Shore. Mary Alice is survived by her children, Danelle and Kurtis Osborn; her mother, Cecilia Suk of Bound Brook, NJ; two older brothers, Jimmy and Tommy Suk of New Jersey; an older sister, Jay Moranda of New Jersey; a brother-in-law, Robert Baer of Pennsylvania; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her oldest sister, Roseann Baer; and her father, James Suk. A memorial service will be held at Saint Mary's Catholic Church in Marysville on Friday, August 3, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. Following the service, a Celebration of Life will occur at the Osborn home.

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, August 3, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mary Alice Osborn

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Ron Swan

December 24, 2018

I met Mary Alice back in 1985 I was a teenager.i had come back from fishing and her and Courtney were my new neighbors Mary Alice and I became very good friends.there was nothing she wouldn't do for me if I asked her for a ride after waking her up at 3 am she would do it and be happy to do it Mary Alice was the most generous person I have ever met we were or are friendsfor over 30 years i feel there is a giant part of me that is gone.there wasn't much we didn't know about each other I will miss Mary Alice so much she was a gift of god to everyone that had the pleasure of meeting her. I had stopped by the house where she past away on the same day because I seen her 2 cars there I went up And rang the the door bell and the dogs all started barking and the blinds were still drawn a strange feeling came over me that I should wait for her to answer the door so I knocked and rang the door bell for a few more minutes then I started to walk to my bike and got on .i didn't start my bike for a few minutes to see if she would come to the door but she never came although I had a strong feeling she was there the next day my mom gave me the news of what had happened my life hasnt and never will be the same i love you mary alice i will miss going to the ncaa tournaments or the supercross (Honda rules lol) or just hanging out watching the seahawks game she was a big seahawks fan over the years even when the seahawks sucked i couldnt imagine never meeting her she was the best person in my life and i think she always will be i will never forget you mary alice i think about you every day rest in peace mary alice i love you

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY