Jake Osborne, Jr.

January 30, 1942 - March 27, 2020

Jake Osborne, Jr.

January 30, 1942 - March 27, 2020


 Jake Osborne, Jr. was born and raised in Alsuma,Oklahoma. He served with the United States Army beginning in 1960 until 1963. Jake was a hard worker who loved and took care of his family and was a good friend too many people.  

He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings.


Those left to cherish Jake’s memory include his children: Gregory Charles Osborne and wife Patricia Osborne of Marrietta, Georgia, Karen King (Woodley) of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Lisa Osborne of Houston, Texas, and Rhonda West (wife of the late, Terry West) of Tulsa, Oklahoma; 7 grandchildren: Jason King and wife Kerry Anne King, Kahlil King and wife Kelsey King, Krista Osborne, Amber Osborne, Mia West, Leah West and Keondre West; 2 great grandchildren, London King and Carter Hendrix West; and step-brother, Calvin Osborne of Washington D.C.


Our father lived life to the fullest and loved his children. Please keep our family in your prayers. 


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20 responses to Jake Osborne, Jr.

  1. I am praying for you all. I hate I was not there. I really liked Mr. Jake and just being around him…cracked me up. I remember when we all (Rhonda, Lamar & myself) lived together at Langston and he would buy us groceries. He turned me onto Jason's Deli salads when Rhonda & Terry lived behind Jack's Memorial Chapel. Have so many memories of him and all of them had me laughing.
    He is better off than us…Bye Mr. Jake

  2. Hello family. We're sorry we wasn't able to make it down to see Uncle Jake and all you guys. Kenya has been very leery about traveling with all his pre existing conditions and getting sick. We love you guys and praying for you all.

  3. Pearlie Carr says:

    Earth has no sorrow, that heaven cannot heal
    RIP my friend

  4. My deepest condolences, my heart goes out to the family!!

  5. Karen King says:

    Love you Dad

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