Vivianne Marie Osgood

vivianne osgood
Survivors include Anne's husband, Frederic Osgood; children Cindy Atlee & Rick Osgood; granddaughter Christie Atlee; sisters, Wilma, Quettia, & brother Freddie. She was preceeded in death by her parents, Ralph & Mae Johnston, & brothers Roy, Gale, Ralph, & William.

Memorial contributions may be made to Capital Hospice, Development Office, 6565 Arlington Blvd., Ste. 500, Falls Church, VA 22042.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. With heavy hearts, we wish to express our deepest sympathy. Ann was such a sweet and loving woman who touched everyone she knew. She even made a picture frame with pressed flowers and a poem as a gift for our wedding back in 1999. She was that kind of person. We will miss her. Sorry for your loss.

  2. I am sorry about the lost of your loved one. Words cannot describe feelings in a time like this. We can get comfort from the Bible at Psalm 55:22. Keep memories of your past loved one close.

  3. Anne was a very special Lady. She always had a smile for everyone and her kindess was felt by all who knew her. I have many wonderful memories of Anne, from our Garden Club and luncheons and our visits..She will be missed but never forgotten. Her love of flowers and nature with live in our hearts forever…

  4. I worked with Fred for a number of years at the Federal Aviation Administration. I didn’t have the privilege to know his wife, but do want to express my sympathies to the family.

  5. Fred, Rick, Cindy, and Christie, We are so very sad for your loss and our loss. You have lost a life-mate, a mother, a grandmother, but we have lost a very near and dear friend of many years. Shirley and Anne were southern ladies whose life’s experiences were so parallel. They loved to share their stories of childhood, and even though they were raised a few years and hundreds of miles apart, they seemed to like sisters of the South. They even shared a love of gardening and crafts. They went to many garden club and sewing club events in Ravensworth Farm, and conversed often about their flowers. We will always cherish our celebrations of Saint Patrick’s Day at Pat Troys, as well as our many lunches as a four-some. Our Scotch-Irish heritage made us even closer during those celebrations. We will grieve your loss along with you, and, Fred we promise not to abandon you. May each of you find solace in knowing that she suffered little during her ordeal. May she rest in peace at Arlington National Cemetery, our nations most honored resting place. With all of our love,

  6. Anne will be greatly missed by all who knew her in Ravensworth, especially the Garden Club and the Stich and Chat sewing group. I will miss Anne’s always present smile and good humor. Love to the whole family and especially you, Fred. I know how much you will miss Anne. Sincerely, Nancy Jarvie

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