|8/16/03 - was 8741 Lawton Dr, Macedonia, 2164672135|
|Received the 1993 Womanhood Award|
Email was: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Volleyball, Cheerleading, Softball|
|HS: Extra Curricular|
|Senior Class Officer - Treasurer|
|HS: Hereby Do Will|
|I, Laura Osborne, hereby do will Jenel Boales my call-waiting because she needs it bad! And to my sister Melissa the-good-old-runs-like-a-dream Nissan Sentry.|
|HS: I Will Always Remember|
|I will always remember when Carla, Sandy, my sister Sue and her friends went to Kent while Sandy and Sue kept on walking to who knows where, when we snuck under the D.J. at Cheers, taking care of Wally Lanci at Dennis Champa's party, the trip to St. Ihnatious when I almost killed my sister and Jenel nearly got kidnapped, all the great times I've had with my friends, the mess-load of sit-ups that Mr. Fox made us do during softball, doing the guys on basketball team's houses and poking out Amy Schofield's eye while we watched Carla "TRY" to toilet paper people's porches. He He!|
|HS: In Ten Years|
|In ten years Carla will still be looking for a clue, Tony Gliozzo will still be picking his nose and wiping it on the floor, Sara Milkovich and Heather McCreary will still be bossy, Chrissy and Chris will be married.|
|HS: Senior Superlatives|
|Nominated for Did Most for School and Most Class Leadership and Prettiest Hair and Best Personality (Winner)|
|NL Jan 12 1995 - Indiana University dean's list|
NL Feb 22 1995 - Indiana University dean's list
NL Jun 7 2000 - Couple bids farewell to changed community. Twenty-three years ago we moved here to Macedonia, at that time a quiet and peaceful town with one traffic light and one grocery store. The schools were great and our four children graduated from Nordonia High and Rob from Indiana, Sue from Michigan State, Laura from Indiana, and Melissa from Bowling Green.
Over the years we were members of the Recreative commission, trustees of NHAA, baseball coaches, school levy chairperson, curriculum committees and chariperson of the after-prom for five years.
This week we are sadly leaving a community that is now all blacktop and cement, a school district that does not seem to always have the children as the No. 1 priority and a city that we feel cannot and will not enforce simple laws of lawn care or junk cars.
We will miss our neighbors and friends from the schools, churches, sports and various activities.
As times change, people, cities and communities change. For us after 23 years, it is time to leave and begin another chapter in our lives. We will miss some of you.
Carolyn and Bob Osborne