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    William Osborn, 1943 ~ 2009

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    William “Bill” Osborn, of Clifton, Colo., died at home on Aug. 28, 2009 after a courageous battle with cancer.

    Bill was in retail management. He worked many years at the Moab City Market. Later he owned and operated B. Osborn Books in Moab.

    Survivors include his wife of 48 years, Margaret, and three sisters, Carol Fairdoth, Pat Louderback and Beth Gallegos; nieces and nephews.

    Bill was very close to all of his family and Margaret’s family. Bill and Margaret were so grateful for the constant support from the family members and very special friends and neighbors. Thanks to Dr. Sweeney, to the doctors and staff at St. Mary’s Cancer Center and Hospice and Palliative care.

    No services are planned.

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