Marceline Rose Harris
February 17, 1948  -  January 22, 2018

Marceline Rose Harris

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Marceline Rose Harris, 69, passed away Monday, January 22, 2018.

In honoring her requests there will be no service. Cremation is under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Borger.

Marceline was born February 17, 1948 in Marietta, Ohio to Arthur Alabaugh and Evelyn Hendricks. She enjoyed playing the guitar, doing crafts and watching movies. Nothing brought more joy to her life than her grandchildren.

Survivors include her sons, Bobby Stackpole of Franklinville, New York, Kenneth Osborne of Biloxi, Mississippi, Jason Osborne of Fritch, Texas; daughters, Cara Osborne of Borger; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brothers, Steve Cox of Brandford, Pennsylvania; and sister, Diane Haggard.


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  2. Cynthia Venzor
    Borger, TX

    I'm so sorry for your loss Cara, and for your beautiful family, and friends she had. I love y'all,and I am praying without ceasing. Please let me know if I can do anything for you. I loved your mom, she was awesome!!! She will be so missed.๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ’”โค

  3. Sharon Vandergriff-scopel
    Stinnett, TX

    Praying for the family Rest In Peace sweet lady.

  4. Cheri Kunselman

    So very sorry for your loss. Will miss her.

  5. Samantha Williams
    Fritch, TX

    So sorry for y'alls loss. She was such a sweet soul. May she rest in peace

  6. Debbie Bruton
    Adair, OK

    Cara, I am so sorry for your loss. I loved your mom, she was so sweet to me. I am glad I got to know her for a little while. I love you Cara foreva!

  7. Steve cox
    Bradford, PA

    I love you Sis going to miss you.

  8. Beth A. Rosenhoover
    Crossville, TN

    So much love to all of you. My best memories will always be growing up with the guitar music of Aunt Marcie and Uncle Guy and Ken, while we were sitting in the living room in Custer City.

  9. Roger stolt
    Gillette, WY

    You will always be in my heart and mind.. RIP love always...

  10. Deanna Mcclarnen

    I loved u u was like a mom to me I well miss and love u always

  11. April Annis
    Howardwick, TX

    Praying foro peace and comfort in jesus name for her family she was a good lady and friend to everyone miSS her music.but she Will be Playing her gutar in heaven for our father.sorry for the loss of this sweet lady.

  12. Lori Powers
    Gillette, WY

    I have so many memories going through my mind these last few days. You were my first best friend, I love you , til we meet again๐Ÿ˜˜

    P.s. I found a thinga fulla comet๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  13. Terri Shugars
    Gillette, WY

    I will miss you Aunt Marce always in my heart my prayers to my cousins let's always stay in touch love you guys

  14. Hope Baker
    Borger, TX

    My condolences Momma Marcie will be truely missed.

  15. Malinda Cotner
    , TX

    Cara, Iโ€™m so very sorry for your lost. Prays for you and your family

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