The Osborne Funeral Home, PA has been in continuous operation well over a century. Here are some highlights on our history:
The funeral home was built on the corner of Church Street and Conococheague Street by Frank Kreps. Frank was the local funeral director. Mr. Kreps was also the Burgess of Williamsport for a short time.
Lewis Kreps helped his father in the funeral business.
Edith V. and Albert T. Leaf become involved in the funeral home. In the beginning, they lived in Sharpsburg and worked at Kreps Funeral Home in Sharpsburg; later they returned to the Kreps Funeral Home Williamsport.
Albert T. Leaf died and Edith Leaf continued the business with the help of Howard Grove. Albert L. Leaf, Albert T.'s son, began studying for his mortician's license.
Edith V. Leaf died
Albert L. Leaf built a new funeral home at 425 S. Conococheague Street in Williamsport, and closed the original facility.
Albert L. Leaf retired, and sold the funeral home to Major M. Osborne
The Sharpsburg facility was closed
Albert L. Leaf died
Major M. Osborne sold the funeral home to Craig N. Osborne and Scott E. Osborne