Marjory Osborn-Vincent

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  • "Thinking of you and Dr Sam. We had many good discussions."
    - Steve Miletich
  • "Dean, your 11th Court friends all send hugs to you and your..."
    - Bryn Rose
  • "May God bless you and your family in this time."
    - John and Zorina Noland
  • "Who do I call now for medical advice? We had many fun and..."
  • "Good bye Grandmother. Many great memories... you will be..."
    - Tristan Osborn
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November 2, 1921 ~ March 8, 2016

Marjory Osborn-Vincent, 94, formerly of Vancouver, WA, passed away in Portland, OR on March 8, 2016 after a short illness. She was born on Nov. 2, 1921, the first child of Roy and Theresa Thomas in Detroit, MI, where she graduated from Dearborn High School in 1939.
Marjory earned a B.S. in Zoology in 1942 and her M.D. from 1945 to 1946 at the University of Michigan.
She married her classmate, Samuel Osborn M.D. They and their first two children moved to Manistee, MI for a four-year general practice. In 1953, they moved to Kansas City, MO for her psychiatric and his orthopedic training. In 1957, they moved to Vancouver where Sam practiced orthopedics until his sudden death in 1969. Moving to Portland in 1970, Marjory worked for Oregon Health & Science University, Multnomah County and Clackamas County in mental health, caring for patients for 16 years. Marrying Dean Vincent Jr. in 1988, they moved to Vancouver where they resided until 2015.
Marjory is survived by her husband, Dean Vincent Jr.; children, Margery O'Dom, Richard Osborn, Gerald Osborn and William Osborn; grandchildren, Arne, Holly, Alexa, Tristan, Thomas, Evelyn, Nicholas and Zachary; great-grandchildren, Dyllon, Chloe, McKenna and the twins, Lily and Emma; step-children, Nancy Winters and Dean Vincent III; step-grandchildren, Chris and Christian; and sister, JoAnn Duggan.
Per her wishes, no services are planned.
Remembrances suggested to the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington.
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Published in The Columbian on Apr. 8, 2016
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