Louise M. Osgood

Louise M. Osgood

August 31, 1928 ‐ July 17, 2022
Louise M. Osgood
Birthplace: Berea, Ohio Resided In: Avon, OH Service: August 31, 2022

Louise M. Osgood, 93, of Avon died July 17, 2022. She was a wonderful, vibrant woman who always had time to spend with her family and others. Even though her body was not strong, her mind and wit were completely intact. She has brought joy to so many.

She enjoyed vegetable gardening and would share her produce in the form of a meal or baked goods. (She was the queen of zucchini bread.) She enjoyed knitting and sewing. Most of all she loved her family and all that came with that. She was preceded in death by her husband, Victor R. Osgood. She will be missed by her daughter Gail Copeland (David) and son, Craig Koch (dec.). Her son, Victor Osgood II (Peggy), daughters, Donna Simmons and Sandra Gerrick (Steve). Her grandchildren, Todd Copeland (Beckii), Keith Copeland, Bill Louis (Julene), Sara Manternach (Gregg) and Sandra’s children, Jacquiline, Steven, Cynthia and Jessica.

Service will be held at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 27993 Detroit Road, Westlake, Wednesday, August 31, 2022. Visitation at 11:00 am with services at Noon. Internment immediately following at St. Paul Cemetery.  A lunch will be provided by the St. Paul Martha Guild after internment.

Please make memorial contributions to St. Paul Lutheran Church, she had a special place in her heart for the Altar Guild.

Guest Comments

Dianne Freund
Rocky River, Ohio

I will always be grateful to Louise for raising a girl who has remained one of my dearest friends to this day, 49 years later. Her memorial states that she was known as "the queen of zucchini bread" and I can attest to that because I have her recipe for it from the 1970's. It is comforting to know Louise was a God-fearing woman and is now joyfully at home with her Savior. Peace to the family...

Christine schue
Sheffield village. Oh

I was a caretaker for Louise. We would have some real and sometimes serious conversations about the world. I loved being with her. She loved to have the poodles come and visit with her. I would be making her breakfast in the kitchen and she would be sitting in her chair with one hand on each Jodie and Skylar petting them and asking them how they were doing. They loved going to visit with her and sit while she ate her breakfast, waiting for the little piece of toast she would give them. Thank you Louise for allowing me to be your friend and helper.