Robin Lynn Osborne Powell
Tuesday 18th of September 1962 - Wednesday 25th of September 2019
Robin Lynn Osborne Powell, 57 and wife of John Powell passed away September 25, 2019 at her home in Crestwood, Kentucky. She was born Patricia “Pat” Byrd Osborne and the late Franklin Delano Osborne on September 18, 1962 in Harlan County, Kentucky. She earned an associate’s degree from Berea College and was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society while a student there. She was an expert at crocheting, enjoyed music, and loved spending time with her grandchildren.
In addition to her husband and mother, she was survived by her four children, Franklin Arnett, Ashley Nicole Arnett, Cody Arnett, and Justin Bergquist; brother Jeffrey Osborne; and two grandchildren, Natalie Pinkston and Carly Arnett. Besides her father, she was preceded in death by her sister Lisa Ann Osborne Barnes.
Her services will take place on Sunday, October 6, 2019 at Milward-Southland: Visitation from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m., followed immediately by the funeral at 3:00 p.m.
Rose (Sharon) Bishopsays
Dearest Robin! I am going to miss you so much, I have known you 34 yrs this month, seems like yesterday. We had so much fun together, and had many trails together, but we were always there for each other. I could go on and on, but now you can RIP! When we spoke in August, you sounded like the old Robin, not in pain, and you told me, I feel really good, and I was truly in my mind thinking, how good this was, and I believed you would survive all the health problems. God has watched over you and your children many yrs. I still have the video me made before going to Riverbend concert. That was two sistas of hearts we were, not just good friends. I could tell you anything, you never judged me, you never got mad at me, and I never you. We spoke our feelings out in person. I wish I was there with you. I still talk to you, and will always. If I could afford I would have had Stevie Nicks there in person for you to met, when I listen you our favorite songs, I try and smile, right now, it's hard to, when I lost my SISTA. But will see you soon my SISTA! My condolences to Frank, Ashley, Cody, Justin! Your mother really loved you children. She worried about you all so much. She had a kind heart, would given anyone the last coin she had to help people, that was what she want to do, when she attending college, was hoping to help those that had no money for lawyers. Robin you have helped so many. Go be at peace now, and smile, fly like a beautidul white dove on the hills of landslide that you fought so hard not to bring down! I can't say goodbye. I will see you one day. Remember as Stevie Nicks sings 'Well Landslide brought me down, Oh mirror in the sky what is Love? Well Well a landslide brought me down. RIP MY SWEET DEAR SISTA, FRIEND, THAT LOVES YOU DEARLY.
I am so saddened by the loss of Robin, she was a fighter and a friend as well as family to me...and she will truly be missed,my thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends thru this time of sorrow...RIP Robin until we meet again
So sorry for your loss. Robin was a fighter and she always had a smile on her face. Never meet a stranger, cared about everyone. We have lost a very special person, gone to soon.
Ashley my heart breaks for you. There's no words at all in times like these. I'm praying for you with all my might.. I love you lady 💕
Robin and i were friends from the 1st day she checked into the nursing home, we use to jam out to the radio on her way to her doctor appointment i really going to miss her,
Robin was a wonderful person to know... We had a great friendship... We got excited to see each other in the hall way at the Nursing Home. We would give hugs n kisses on the cheek. We would talk all the the time about everything & anything.... she’s going to be dearly dearly missed 💕💕💕 Rest In Peace Robin 🙏🏻Love Ya Friend Angel 😇