Bright-Holland Funeral Home

2601 Lamar Ave, Paris, TX


Malcom Ray Osborne

September 5, 1952March 23, 2020

Malcom Ray Osborne, 67, of Pattonville, passed away Monday, March 23, 2020, at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. Due to the pandemic in our nation, a memorial service will be scheduled at a later date at the First Baptist Church in Blossom. The date and time will be published. Cremation was under the care and direction of Bright-Holland Funeral Home. Malcom, the son of Dewey Osborne and Louise Watkins Osborne, was born Sept. 5, 1952, in Paris. He graduated from Paris High School, and at the age of 18 he began working the Campbell Soup Company. In 2000, he transferred to Silgan when Campbell Soup sold the can plant. He retired after a total of 45 years of service. During the 70’s he was a member of the United States National Guard for five years. Malcom was a member of First Baptist Church in Blossom. He was quiet a talker and never met a stranger. An avid outdoorsman, he kept more than six acres mowed and enjoyed working in his shop. He was preceded in death by his father, Dewey Osborne, and by an uncle, Sammy Watkins, whom he thought of as a father. Survivors include his wife of 48 years, Beth Pickering Osborne, his mother, Louise Osborne of Paris, two sons, Shannon Osborne & wife Amie of Pleasanton and Brad Osborne & wife Heather of Blossom, grandchildren, Drew, Collin, Trenton “Trent”, Christian, Trinity and Ava Osborne, one sister, Linda Whitney & husband Marc and two nieces, Amanda & Emily along with a host of friends.


  • Memorial Service To Be Scheduled


Malcom Ray Osborne

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Malcolm Thompson

March 29, 2020

Malcom Osborne Family: Please, know that our love, thoughts, and prayers are with y'all during your loss. May God give you the peace that only He can give.

Malcolm & Shelia - Blossom, Texas

Gary & Norrine Williams

March 29, 2020

Sorry for your loss. Gonna miss seeing Malcolm in church and at garage sales. Just know the family is in our prayers. May God comfort you as only He can in times like these. Gary & Norrine.

John Hunt

March 25, 2020

Rest in peace my brother. I always enjoyed helping you move when we were younger. We shared a lot of good memories.