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Margaret Kay (Lindsey) Osburn

May 10, 1956 ~ December 5, 2018 (age 62)

Margaret Kay Osburn, 62, of Alvin passed away on December 5, 2018 after an eight year battle against cancer. Margaret was born in Kansas City, Missouri on May 10, 1956 to Ralph and Maybelle (Oldham) Lindsey. She lived her lifetime, between Missouri and Texas, and had just moved back to Texas in October to be near her children. Margaret loved decorating for each holiday season. For Halloween she would put her witch costume on and dress up for the kids. At Christmas time she would have the house decked out and was meticulous about her tree. She enjoyed good food and loved to cook for herself and others. She very much loved and enjoyed fishing. She loved riding horses and loved riding her horse Ribbon as she had won many 4H events on when she was younger. She also loved butterflies and cowboys (and not the football team…).  She and her sister Mary were best riding partners. She and her sister Linda had a very close bond and they looked after one another. Margaret was brought home to Texas to live out the rest of her life as she wanted, with her kids and grandkids, which made her smile and laugh. Margaret also not only looked at Angela as her daughter but she also considered her as her best friend, as Margaret always called her. Jessy was always the baby of the family to her. Her son in law Robert, was considered by Margaret to be an angel for taking care of her when she was in her time of need and at the end she went peacefully after he talked with her and reassured her that her daughter was loved and taken care of. Her favorite place to be was sitting in her wicker rocker on the front porch, with her dogs on her lap. Margaret was preceded in death by her parents: Ralph and Maybelle Lindsey and her sisters: Linda Duckett and Donna Chasteen. Left to remember her are her children: Angela Gutierrez and husband Robert, Jessy Pugh, Shawn Pugh, and Trent Elder; siblings: Mary Champion and husband Steve, and William “Skip” Lindsey and wife Claire; sister in law Caressa Gutierrez; grandchildren: Jerrett Kainer, Courtney Kainer, Leila Vaillecillo, Dominic Vaillecillo, Annie Elder, Shiann Elder, Katelynn Elder, Jesse Elder, and Landon Elder; and numerous other family members and friends.

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