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Sedro-Woolley, WA
Anne Elizabeth Reed Osburn Memorial
Anne Elizabeth Reed Osburn Memorial

Anne Elizabeth Reed Osburn

Anne Elizabeth Reed Osburn

Monday, April 4th, 2022

Anne Elizabeth Reed Osburn, age 68, of Sedro-Woolley, Washington, passed away April 4, 2022, in Mount Vernon, WA.  She was born November 15, 1953, in Mount Vernon to Henry and Miriam (Reed) Singer.

Anne attended Mount Vernon school district growing up.  She married James Osburn on February 19, 1971 they had two boys together.  Her career was in the medical health field,  her love for caregiving was especially important to her.  Anne loved spending time with family, listening to her favorite music, and reading.  For the past few years, her cat, cuddles has been a very significant part of her life and cuddles will definitely miss her.

Anne is survived by her sons, Scott Osburn (Tyanna) of Sedro-Woolley and James Osburn  (Natasha) of San Francisco, California; brother, Henry Singer  (Marlene) of Arizona; grandchildren, Marlo, Scott, Mistie, Jonathon and Lily; great grandchildren, Aubrey, Christopher, Zayden, Kalynn and Elijah;  several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, June Dowe.

The family would like to give a special thanks to Sheila Robb for the above and beyond care and support she gave to Anne in her time of need.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 1:00, Saturday, April 9, 2022, at Sedro-Woolley Community Church, 901 Talcott Street Sedro-Woolley, WA. Share your memories of Anne and sign the online guest register.


  • Sheila Robb

    Anne was family to me. She had been through so much and was such a strong , caring soul. There were days when i would show up to her house really questioning a career change as a caregiver . i was having a hard time with another patient and Anne would give me advice as she had many years experience working as a caregiver. Then i would spend a few hours with her and really appreciate her letting me care for her and she never once complained .There were days she had me rolling on the floor laughing at her funny impersonations of people. She always thanked me for helping her but really i felt more like she was helping me. She gave me alot of good advice as she had alot of experience. She loved her sons ,grandkids and great grandkids and we started to work on putting together pictures on her wall of them all. I’m in such disbelief and my heart breaks for her family.Anne will dearly be missed by so many. We love you Anne Elizabeth 😘🥰😍