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Arnold Dean Osborne / October 05, 2021

Arnold Dean Osborne, 48, of Chase City, died Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021 at his residence. He was born Feb. 4, 1973 to Thomas and the late Betty Walker Osborne. He attended Bluestone High School and Southside Community College and was employed by Jones Apparel Group, South Hill. His favorite pasttimes were fishing, dog shows, car shows, watching movies, playing video games and going to the racetrack.

He leaves to cherish his memories, his sons, Leon Carpenter, of Emporia, and Laquan Homes of Durham, N.C.; daughter, Chantress Williams of Durham, N.C.; father, Thomas Osborne of Charlotte Court House; sisters, Verna Lee Osborne of Harrisonburg and Brenda Henry of Norfolk; brothers, Otis and Troy Osborne both of Washington, DC; aunts, Essie Brown, Betty Puryear, Peggy Spearman, Alice Burton, Annie Jefferson, Mildred Walker and Mary Smith; uncles, Walter Walker, Billy Osborne, James Osborne, and Joseph Osborne; devoted friend, Yvette Timberlake, and a vast number of other loving relatives and caring friends.

In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by a sister, Daisy M. Osborne; paternal grandparents, Frank and Verna Osborne; maternal grandparents, Walter Walker Sr. and Daisy Fuller; aunt, Eula Skipwith and uncles, Bobby Walker, Jessie Walker and Abraham Walker.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Arrangements are by Giles-Harris Funeral Home and Cremation Service.

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