Obituary

Evonne Chloe (Hudson) Osborn

Age 91, a resident of Lincoln, Arkansas, passed away Monday, May 31, 2021 at Willard Walker Hospice Home in Fayetteville, Arkansas. She was born September 4, 1929 in Seminole, Oklahoma, the daughter of Floyd and Grace (Sparks) Hudson.

Evonne worked at Lincoln Schools for about 45 years, just retiring 6 years ago. She worked as secretary, computer teacher, librarian and teacher's aid. She loved the students and took pride in doing anything that she could to help them. She also has helped and inspired many teachers. She has attended many ballgames and also supported Lincoln Schools in many ways. She will be missed by many. We will all miss her smiles, laughter, her long conversations, great advice and most of all the way she loved God, her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters Faye Draper and Eileen Hudson, one grandson Ross Osborn, one granddaughter-in-law Cassie Osborn and one nephew Bill Draper.

Survivors include her husband of 70 years Billy Dee Osborn; one son Tommy Osborn and his wife Cindy of Alma, Arkansas; one daughter Karen Coleman and her husband Dale of Farmington, Arkansas; one brother Dale Hudson and his wife Gerri of Holiday Island, Arkansas; three grandsons Jeremy Coleman and his wife Kathleen, Nathan Osborn and Phillip Coleman and his wife Jennifer; one granddaughter Megan Jobe and her husband Keron; twelve great grandchildren; four nephews and numerous close extended family members.

Memorial Service will be held 10:00 AM Thursday, June 3rd, 2021, at First Baptist Church in Lincoln, Arkansas.
Funeral Service

10:00 am
First Baptist Church in Lincoln, Arkansas.
Visitation
Visitation information unavailable.
Final Resting Place
General

Sep 4, 1929

May 31, 2021

91

Tributes

We will all miss you Evonne .all of us who ever knew you loved you dearly You will be greatly missed.but you're home now with our heavenly father.
Carole Kennedy - Friend
You will forever missed my many....Will always remember ....want my toast " DONE" to most they would be burnt lol ...and ohhh how you DID NOT like " Wild Thing" our Halloween decor in the lunch room....Prayers for Bill , Karen , Tommy and the rest of the family ....Rip Evonne ...
Toni Walton - Friend/ co worker
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Evonne was loved by so many. We will miss her, but know she is in a better place where she will have no pain.. Prayers for all of the family.
Joyce and Edward Bradley - Friend of the family
One of the fun most loving teachers. She was one of my favorite teachers in school. She always called me ornery. I will never forget her sweet loving personality.
Amber Lancaster - Former Student
I have not had the privilege of being around Evonne for several years but back in the 1960s she was always happy. Tom played basketball with my brother and I watched may games. She was an inspiration to many and will be missed by many.
Greg Reed - Friend
I met Mrs.Osborn in middle school and have to admit I was a bit intimidated by her. Over the years, however, I grew to like and respect her. She was present at so many events over my middle and high school years and she contributed in so many ways. I will always remember her. Prayers for comfort for her family and friends.
Kara Maberry - Acquaintance
Funeral Service

10:00 am
First Baptist Church in Lincoln, Arkansas.
Visitation
Visitation information unavailable.
Final Resting Place
General

Sep 4, 1929

May 31, 2021

91