Stephen James Osborne Feb. 7, 1960 - Oct. 24, 2014 Resident of Fremont Stephen (Ozzie) died suddenly at age 54 from a fall in Fremont. He was predeceased in death by his father, James B. Osborne. He is survived by his mother, Jackie Wilson and his brother, David Osborne. Services will be held 2:00 PM Friday, November 7th at Berge-Pappas-Smith Chapel of the Angels 40842 Fremont Blvd, Fremont.

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  1. Wow. Very sad news. We spent a lot of time together Junior and Senior year at MSJ and in the court at Jay’s house. Listening to Ted Nugent Stranglehold cranked up at his house in the backyard with Miller beer six packs. He was always working on hi Pontiac. Loud and creative guy. My best to Dave and his mother and family.

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  2. Wow. Very sad news. We spent a lot of time together Junior and Senior year at MSJ and in the court at Jay’s house. Listening to Ted Nugent Stranglehold cranked up at his house in the backyard with Miller beer six packs. He was always working on hi Pontiac. Loud and creative guy. My best to Dave and his mother and family.

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  3. Wow. Very sad. I spent a lot of time with Steve during my Junior and Senior year at MSJ. Along with time spent at Jay’s in Nunes Court. Also at parties in Steve’s backyard with Miller Beer and Ted Nugent Stranglehold cranked up. He seemed to always being working on his Pontiac. There was also the crush he had on Kristy. Sad.

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  4. Wow. Very sad. I spent a lot of time with Steve during my Junior and Senior year at MSJ. Along with time spent at Jay’s in Nunes Court. Also at parties in Steve’s backyard with Miller Beer and Ted Nugent Stranglehold cranked up. He seemed to always being working on his Pontiac. There was also the crush he had on Kristy. Sad.

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  5. RIP Steve you will be missed. I remember working with you at Jack in the box, always a party after our Fri-Sat night shifts always with Miller Beer, and always on the abandoned overpass 680. With Bruce, Michelle, Howard, the whole gang, good times.

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