OBITUARY

Tara Dawn Osborne

August 22, 1972May 10, 2019
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Tara Dawn Osborne, 46, passed away Friday, May 10, 2019, after a long battle with addiction.

Born on August 22, 1972, in Houston, she attended Alief Hastings High School.

Growing up Tara was a competitive softball and volleyball player that brought a smile and determination to each game. She was beautiful, adventurous and was good with numbers and accounting. Tara loved all types of people and never met an animal she did not immediately fall in love with. She was social and liked being around people and made friends easily. Tara loved to dance, and most of all adored her children.

Tara is preceded in death by her father Douglas Abney. She is survived by her mother Janie McIntosh, children Cody and Chloe Osborne, their father Travis Osborne, brother Shaun Abney, sisters Jennifer Marquez and Sarah Riel, nieces Kayla Liles and Alexus Cortez, nephew Douglas Riel and great nieces Danielle and Alayna Liles and great nephew Donovan Cortez.

Tara is now at peace and no longer in pain. She will be missed by all that knew and loved her. We will cherish the memories and times we spent together.

A memorial service will take place on May 16, 2019, at 2 pm at Earthman Southwest Funeral Home, 12555 S. Kirkwood Rd,Stafford, TX 77477. A reception will follow.

Services

  • Memorial Service Thursday, May 16, 2019

Memories

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Iris Gibson

May 13, 2019

Tara was so beautiful and fun, and like a sister to me. I have such great memories of laughing and country dancing with Tara. Tara was such a great dancer and I can imagine her petite frame dressed in boots, a big belt buckle, and shiny big hair. Tara and I would drive around listening to loud music and plan our lives—I so appreciated her can-do attitude and great advice. She was so funny and I am so grateful that she let me take over her room in the garage. I remember how much Tara loved her kids and her beautiful smile when holding them. She loved her kids so much and wanted so bad to be a mother. I also remember those darn cats that she babied before she had kids. She loved animals. I’m so saddened about Tara’s passing and the cutting short of what was once a promising future. I bet Tara is finally smiling again with that beautiful smile. With love to Tara’s family who did everything they could to help Tara. I love everyone very much.
Iris

Janet Ramsey

May 13, 2019

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Biography

Tara Dawn Osborne, 46, passed away Friday, May 10, 2019, after a long battle with addiction.

Born on August 22, 1972, in Houston, she attended Alief Hastings High School.

Growing up Tara was a competitive softball and volleyball player that brought a smile and determination to each game. She was beautiful, adventurous and was good with numbers and accounting. Tara loved all types of people and never met an animal she did not immediately fall in love with. She was social and liked being around people and made friends easily. Tara loved to dance, and most of all adored her children.

Tara is preceded in death by her father Douglas Abney. She is survived by her mother Janie McIntosh, children Cody and Chloe Osborne, their father Travis Osborne, brother Shaun Abney, sisters Jennifer Marquez and Sarah Riel, nieces Kayla Liles and Alexus Cortez, nephew Douglas Riel and great nieces Danielle and Alayna Liles and great nephew Donovan Cortez.

Tara is now at peace and no longer in pain. She will be missed by all that knew and loved her. We will cherish the memories and times we spent together.

A memorial service will take place on May 16, 2019, at 2 pm at Earthman Southwest Funeral Home,
12555 S. Kirkwood Rd,Stafford, TX 77477. A reception will follow.