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 Mary Lucinda <I>Osbourne</I> Strange

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Mary Lucinda Osbourne Strange

Birth
Lebanon, Marion County, Kentucky, USA
Death
25 Mar 1990 (aged 39)
Bardstown, Nelson County, Kentucky, USA
Burial
Springfield, Washington County, Kentucky, USA
Memorial ID
40535730 View Source

Parents: Thomas Martin Osbourne and Anna Laura Wheatley.

Wife of Richard Jerome Strange.

The Louisville Courier-Journal, Tuesday, 3/27/1990.
Bardstown, Ky - WOMAN FOUND FATALLY STABBED - A 39 year old woman was found stabbed to death on a county road near her rural Nelson County home Sunday night, authorities said yesterday. Deputy Coroner Joseph Greenwell said police believed the victim, Mary Lucinda Strange, was taking her daily walk when she was killed. Greenwell said Strange's body was discovered Sunday night about 200 yeards from her home, off Ky. 46 about five miles south of Bardstown. Police had no suspects and no motive for the slaying, Greenwell said. He said an autopsy would be conducted by the state medical examiner's office in Louisville. Initial indications were that the victim was stabbed repeatedly, he said. Police received the first report on the body about 9 p.m. EST Sunday, as a hit-and-run traffic accident. Strange, a Washington County native, was a hostess for the Holiday Inn in Bardstown and attended Elizabethtown Community College. Survivors include her husband, Jerome Strange; a son, Travis Strange of Berea; a daughter, Allison Strange of Bardstown; her mother, Anna L. Osbourne of Springfield; six sisters, Betty O'Daniel and Nancy Tatum both of Lebanon, Barbara Quam of Bardstown, Sally Milburn of Springfield, Sarah Mitchner of Hendersonville, Tenn., and Imelda Woodruff of Laguna Beach, Calif.; five brothers, Richard L. Osbourne of Westminister, Calif., J. T. Osbourne of Balboa Island, Calif., Donnie Osbourne of Louisville, Damian Osbourne of New Haven and Bob Osbourne of Fort Benning, Ga.; and a grandchild. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Fredericktown, with burial in St. Rose Cemetery near Springfield. Visitation will be at Carey & Son Funeral Home in Springfield after 1 p.m. today. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the Nelson County High School Band.

The Springfield Sun, March 1990.
MRS. LUCINDA OSBOURNE STRANGE, 39, died Sunday, March 25, 1990. A resident of 129 Clarktown Road, Bardstown, she was a native of Washington County and a 1969 graduate of Washington County High School. She was presently attending Elizabethtown Community College and was employed as a hostess at Holiday Inn in Bardstown. Survivors include her husband, Jerome Strange, Bardstown, one son, Travis Strange of Berea, one daughter, Allison Strange, at home and one grandson Garth Strange. Surviving also are her mother, Mrs. Annie L. Osbourne of Springfield; and six sisters, Mrs. Joe H. (Betty) O'Daniel, and Mrs. Larry (Nancy) Tatum, both of Lebanon; Mrs. Barbara Quam of Bardstown; Mrs. Roger (Sally) Milburn of Springfield; Mrs. Dillion (Sarah) Mitchner of Hendersonville, Tenn.; and Mrs. Larry (Imelda) Woodruff, Luguna Beach, Calif. Surviving also are five brothers, Richard Leo Osbourne; Westminster, Calif.; J.T. Osbourne, Balboa Island, Calif.; Donnie Osbourne, Louisville; Damian Osbourne, New Haven, and Bob Osbourne, Ft. Benning, Ga. She was preceded in death by her father, Thomas Martin Osbourne in 1952. Funeral Mass was said at 11 a.m., March 28, at Holy Trinity Church at Fredericktown with the Rev. Lawrence Hardesty officiating. Assisting at the Mass was the Rev. Pat Warren and the Rev. Joe Hayden. Burial was in St. Rose Cemetery. A prayer service was held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Carey & Son Funeral Home, who was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Richard Leo Osbourne, J.T. Osbourne, Donnie Osbourne, Damian Osbourne, Bob Osbourne, and Joe Robert Strange. Carey & Son Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Parents: Thomas Martin Osbourne and Anna Laura Wheatley.

Wife of Richard Jerome Strange.

The Louisville Courier-Journal, Tuesday, 3/27/1990.
Bardstown, Ky - WOMAN FOUND FATALLY STABBED - A 39 year old woman was found stabbed to death on a county road near her rural Nelson County home Sunday night, authorities said yesterday. Deputy Coroner Joseph Greenwell said police believed the victim, Mary Lucinda Strange, was taking her daily walk when she was killed. Greenwell said Strange's body was discovered Sunday night about 200 yeards from her home, off Ky. 46 about five miles south of Bardstown. Police had no suspects and no motive for the slaying, Greenwell said. He said an autopsy would be conducted by the state medical examiner's office in Louisville. Initial indications were that the victim was stabbed repeatedly, he said. Police received the first report on the body about 9 p.m. EST Sunday, as a hit-and-run traffic accident. Strange, a Washington County native, was a hostess for the Holiday Inn in Bardstown and attended Elizabethtown Community College. Survivors include her husband, Jerome Strange; a son, Travis Strange of Berea; a daughter, Allison Strange of Bardstown; her mother, Anna L. Osbourne of Springfield; six sisters, Betty O'Daniel and Nancy Tatum both of Lebanon, Barbara Quam of Bardstown, Sally Milburn of Springfield, Sarah Mitchner of Hendersonville, Tenn., and Imelda Woodruff of Laguna Beach, Calif.; five brothers, Richard L. Osbourne of Westminister, Calif., J. T. Osbourne of Balboa Island, Calif., Donnie Osbourne of Louisville, Damian Osbourne of New Haven and Bob Osbourne of Fort Benning, Ga.; and a grandchild. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Fredericktown, with burial in St. Rose Cemetery near Springfield. Visitation will be at Carey & Son Funeral Home in Springfield after 1 p.m. today. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the Nelson County High School Band.

The Springfield Sun, March 1990.
MRS. LUCINDA OSBOURNE STRANGE, 39, died Sunday, March 25, 1990. A resident of 129 Clarktown Road, Bardstown, she was a native of Washington County and a 1969 graduate of Washington County High School. She was presently attending Elizabethtown Community College and was employed as a hostess at Holiday Inn in Bardstown. Survivors include her husband, Jerome Strange, Bardstown, one son, Travis Strange of Berea, one daughter, Allison Strange, at home and one grandson Garth Strange. Surviving also are her mother, Mrs. Annie L. Osbourne of Springfield; and six sisters, Mrs. Joe H. (Betty) O'Daniel, and Mrs. Larry (Nancy) Tatum, both of Lebanon; Mrs. Barbara Quam of Bardstown; Mrs. Roger (Sally) Milburn of Springfield; Mrs. Dillion (Sarah) Mitchner of Hendersonville, Tenn.; and Mrs. Larry (Imelda) Woodruff, Luguna Beach, Calif. Surviving also are five brothers, Richard Leo Osbourne; Westminster, Calif.; J.T. Osbourne, Balboa Island, Calif.; Donnie Osbourne, Louisville; Damian Osbourne, New Haven, and Bob Osbourne, Ft. Benning, Ga. She was preceded in death by her father, Thomas Martin Osbourne in 1952. Funeral Mass was said at 11 a.m., March 28, at Holy Trinity Church at Fredericktown with the Rev. Lawrence Hardesty officiating. Assisting at the Mass was the Rev. Pat Warren and the Rev. Joe Hayden. Burial was in St. Rose Cemetery. A prayer service was held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Carey & Son Funeral Home, who was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Richard Leo Osbourne, J.T. Osbourne, Donnie Osbourne, Damian Osbourne, Bob Osbourne, and Joe Robert Strange. Carey & Son Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.


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