In Memory of

Christine Osgood

November 9, 1981 - June 14, 2022

Obituary

Christine Osgood, 40 of Lee’s Summit, MO passed away June 14, 2022.  Memorial services will be 2:00PM Saturday June 18, 2022 at Langsford Funeral Home.  Visitation will be prior to services from 1:00 – 2:00pm.  In lieu of flowers the family suggest memorial contributions be made to the family in Christine’s memory,

Christine was born November 9, 1981 in Kansas City, MO.  She grew up in Lee’s Summit, graduated from Lee’s Summit High School in 2000 with Academic honors along with swimming and cross country. Christine graduated from Penn-Valley with an associate degree and certification in Medical Coding.    She was a member of the Lee’s Summit Christian Church.  She enjoyed gardening, crafts and arts.  Most of all she loved her family.  She will be missed.

Survivors include her husband Charles Osgood, her three daughters Aubriana, Alayna and Aurelia; her parents Bill and Rita Duvall; her sisters Sarah Gilstrap and Mollie Duvall.

Condolences

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Dear Christine, when you were a little girl with beautiful pigtails and sparkling eyes, you were so pretty! I can’t imagine your family’s pain. May you have peace in heaven and be blessed forever. I pray for comfort for your family. Love, Aunt Jean

I am so sorry. I have many happy memories of spending lots of time with your family. Much love and hugs to all of you. Love, Buffy

My deepest sympathy to everyone in Christine’s family and circle of friends. I remember a joyful little girl I had the privilege to Babysit several times.

God has you now, sweet Christine. May your family and sweet daughters always remember your beautiful smile and light.

Dear Christine,
You were my cousin and one of my first friends. I have great memories of playing at our grandparents house in the summer months. Sending love to your family.

I was very shocked and saddened to hear about Christine’s passing. There were many good memories of playing in the back yard, attempts at badminton, and playing in the playhouse. You will be greatly missed.

Fawna

Dearest Duvall and Osgood Families,
I am so sorry for your loss and the pain you must be feeling.
Sending you oceans of love from the PNW.

Love,
Danessa ‘Nessi’ Gray

I am sorry to hear of the passing of Christine. It is hard to lose those we have laughed with and loved most.Thinking of you all in your sorrow and wishing you strength, peace and comfort in the days ahead. My thoughts and prayers are with you and hope the loving memories and knowing that others care will help soften your sorrow. Love and Peace🙏🏽❤️

I will miss you Diane! You were like an aunt to me! I never got to show you but I got the tattoo that we talked about getting together! I love you💜

Oh my little Christine,
I loved you from go. Your mom was my favorite teacher and I was bound and determined to become her favorite babysitter. I was so lucky to watch you grow. Your family was my family. Is my family. I was there when you become a big sister (twice), I was there when you learned to swim, I was there when you learned to drive, I was there when you first fell in love. I was there when you became a mom. We’ve been together for birthdays, graduations, marriages, divorces. And now death. I am so lucky to have loved you. I hope you have found the peace you deserved.
Lynnie

Dear Diana. I’m grateful I got the opportunity to meet you again as a grown up woman. I carried you for nine months birthed you and held you. I never felt that you truly belonged to me but that I never wanted to release you either. My father passed away on 15 June 2015. So close was the date to your passing. I truly don’t know why but I truly remember his tears when he met you for the first time at Walmart where he worked. I give you away again but this time into the hands of God. My beautiful baby. Rest In Peace

Oh sweet girl. I loved you from go. Your mom was my favorite teacher and I was bound and determined to be her favorite babysitter. Your family was my family. Is my family. I am so thankful I got to share life with you. I was there when you became a big sister (twice). I was there when you learned to swim. I was there when you learned to drive. I was there when you fell in love for the first time. I was there when you became a mom. We shared each other’s celebrations for birthdays, graduations, holidays, and weddings. And now we share this goodbye. I am heartbroken. I hope you can see all the love we have for you and that you rest in the peace you always deserved.
Lynnie

Christine’s contagious smile is the first thing that comes to mind with many thoughts of fun! She always knew how to make a person feel welcome and loved.
May her love for life live on through her daughters!
We are praying for strength and peace in the coming days for all the family.
Love,
Julie & Mike

This girl. Beautiful soul. I’ve struggled for days to find the right words, any words to express my grief. If our life is a book, individual chapters of succeses and failures do not define us. Instead, it is the summation of the theme of our life. I honor Christine Duvall Osgood ‘s life today. Her book summary is a life lived in service for others. She gave unconditional love, compassion, and regard to those she met. She loved immensely, cared compassionately, and gave unselfishly. She passes on this legacy to her three beautiful daughters. My love for you, Christine, is immeasurable. I am a better person having been given the opportunity to be in your book and to love you back. I feel your big hug, take in your beautiful smile, and hear your, “I love you, Aunt Phyllis”. I love you, Christine.

I always enjoyed seeing Christina in church with her beautiful smile She grew up to be a beautiful woman. I’m so sorry for your loss

I love you and you will always be connected together ! You were excellent at painting and recycling old into new furniture items! I was hoping to be able to learn from you and do some with you! I still can’t believe! No more pain and suffering for you! I have a lot of many happy moments with you to keep in my thoughts! I will always know you as Diane ! I love you again and miss you ! Prayers for your children and family for peace, healing!

My sincerest condolences. May God comfort all of us who mourn. Sending love, light, and healing energy. Christine will be missed and remembered fondly always.

*Angela Woolf
2000 Classmate LSHS

I am sorry for your loss , my deepest sympathy goes out to all . As I am typing this now memories are flooding my mind with many good memories , laughter and tears of sorrow. I truly wanted to be there to celebrate her life with you all on June 18th but do to unforeseen situation I was unable to make it. My prayers go out to you all to have peace and rest in the Lord . Christine will be truly missed.

Visitation

Saturday, June 18, 2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063

Services

Saturday, June 18, 2022
2:00 PM
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063