Benjamin Osenton Obituary, Valrico, Florida Resident Has Sadly Passed Away

Benjamin Osenton Obituary, Death – Benjamin Owen Osenton, who resided in Valrico, Florida, passed away on March 21, 2023, as a result of the effects of Duchenne muscular dystrophy. He was 27 years old. Ben’s mother, Lesa E. Pysell Osenton, his father, O. Reginald Osenton, and his bonus mom, Andreana (Annie) C. Osenton, are the

only members of his family who have survived his passing. In addition, he is survived by his grandmother, Phyllis McCane Osenton, who resides in Charleston, West Virginia; his sisters, Lauren E. Osenton, Ashley N. Hlavaty-Garcia, Kayla L. Post, Brianna H. O’Neal, and Savannah L. Osenton and Pysell both passed away. Osenton and

Pysell died. Originating from the American state of West Virginia Ben moved to the Tampa Bay area when he was only eight years old. 2014 Durant prom king. During that year, he was a member of Troop 11 and earned the rank of Eagle Scout. The name of the initiative that Ben carried out in order to get the rank of Eagle Scout was “Mooseman and Beagle Boy Rescue the Children.” The information in Ben’s book helped find a treatment for cancer in children.

Ben and his mother’s shared interests included Disney World and the Tampa Bay Lightning as two of their favorite things. Ben uprooted his life and moved to Florida in order to join the Gators. Ben, an avid Stewart admirer, settled in to watch some Nascar. Ben attended the Bay Life Church in Brandon and was a member there.

On March 26, 2023, the Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home played host to the memorial ceremony that was held for Ben. Ben was a local of the city of Brandon in the state of Florida. Friends and relatives of Ben who are locals to the state of West Virginia are invited to pay their respects at the Akers James Funeral Home in West Logan on the morning of Saturday, April 8, 2023, at 11:00 a.m. After this, there will be a service held at the gravesite at 12:30 p.m., which will take place in the Osenton Family Part of the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Pecks Mill.