A memorial service was held Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at the Cheyenne School Auditorium with Randy Broadwater officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Rose Chapel Funeral Service.
Jack was married in 1977 and started a family soon after. Early in his life, Jack drove a tractor trailer as well as working as a ranch hand around the Clovis area where he developed his hard working style and love for animals and the ranching life. In spite of the long hours that sometimes came with his work, Jack spent a great deal of time enjoying camping and fishing with his family.
In 1988, Jack and his family relocated to Butler, Okla. where he continued to work in farming and ranching. Some of Jack’s favorite years were spent working for the Beutler Brothers Rodeo Company of Elk City. His job with Beutler Brothers allowed him to spend time riding horses and enjoying the outdoors.
In the last few years, Jack had relocated to the Cheyenne community where worked for the State of Oklahoma Highway Department and was most recently employed with Roger Mills County. When he wasn’t working, Jack enjoyed fishing and spending time with Catherine Allen and her family.
He is preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Linda Osben.
He is survived by his children, Jack D. Osben of Indianapolis, Ind., Christi and husband, Ken Wiley of Commerce, Texas, Jessica and husband, Gene Putman of Elk City; the love of his life, Catherine Hammer Allen of Cheyenne and her children, Aaron Hammer, Albert Allen, Kellie Allen of Cheyenne and Nicole Allen of Canute, Okla.; 13 grandchildren; a brother, Billy Reed Osben of Lubbock and a host of other relatives.
Memorial donations can be made the Jack Osben Memorial Fund c/o Security State Bank of Cheyenne, Okla.
Condolences may be made online at www.whineryfs.com