February 10, 1955 - September 17, 2021
Alice Middleton Osborn received her heavenly wings sometime during the early hours on Friday, September 17, 2021 to which she was set free from all pain and suffering. She was preceded by her parents Julius Sr and Edith Middleton, siblings Julius Jr and Michael D. Middleton Sr. Alice was born on February 10, 1955 and was premature at birth at City Hospital presently known as Johns Hopkins Bayview in Baltimore, Maryland. Moma would tell us about having to carry her on a pillow because she was so tiny. As far as I can remember she experienced frequent noise bleeds and migraine headaches which worsened as she got older along with bouts of asthma. After her education in the Baltimore City public schools, she ventured off to the Air Force training to be a physical therapist. While in Abilene, Texas where she was stationed after her AIT assignment, she met and married Reginald Osborn on July 5, 1975 and to this union came 2 heartbeats (Quinton & Catinna) the light of their life. Upon completing her time of service, she relocated in the Odenton, Maryland area. She was employed for 19 years with the State Dept of Education in accounting and after a devastation car accident which broke her back, she was left partially disabled and work for temporary services. While raising her family, she relocated in Baltimore and preceded to work as much as her health would allow. In her later years, she was able to work from home and eventually became disabled and she devoted herself to be caregiver for our parents until their demise. She was a selfless sister who sacrificed for her children and parents. She enjoyed cooking for holidays and would experiment on different dishes. Our family time consisted of fishing and bowling along with our Aunt Lucy and Aunt Muzette. She was a very private person, but she loved hard. Her compassion for making sure things were in order for her family, while she was gasping for breath, proved her love for us until her last breath. “Well done my sister, you have fought a good fight, you have finished your course, now it's time for you to take your rest in the arms of Jesus”. Until that day, when the dead of Christ shall rise first and those remaining will be caught up to meet Him in the clouds and so we will be with the Lord forever. Our hearts are heavy for not being able to touch and love on you, but we praise God for your life you shared and the love you gave. The peace of God that surpasses all understanding will keep us until that Great Day when all God’s children get together – what a time, what a time, What a time! Alice legacy lives on through her 2 children Quinton (Danielle) and Catinna Osborn; grandchildren Keshara Crippens, Shaun Brown, Gabrielle, Olivia & Octavia Osborn, and Christian Moore; 2 great grandchildren Karson Moore and Karter Royal Brown all of Baltimore, MD; sister and brother-in-law Carmilla (Rev Robert) Tucker of North Carolina; sister-in-law Vikki Ivey-Middleton of Washington, DC; nephew Michael Middleton Jr of Baltimore, Md; uncle Eddie (Corliss) Middleton of Randallstown, MD; Aunt Lucy Young of Baltimore, MD; Reginald Osborn and Osborn family of Washington DC and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and relatives. Living to live again.... The Middleton & Osborn Family .
Alice Middleton Osborn received her heavenly wings sometime during the early hours on Friday, September 17, 2021 to which she was set free from all pain and suffering. She was preceded by her parents Julius Sr and Edith Middleton, siblings Julius... View Obituary & Service Information
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