(DUBLIN, Ohio) Dr. Christopher Osborn, 50, was pronounced dead inside his home at 5709 Ennishannon Place after a 9-1-1 call just after 7:30 a.m. on July 18th. After the incident, which has been ruled a homicide, investigators were speaking with a person of interest.
The 9-1-1 call released by Dublin police revealed it was Osborn’s wife, Holli, who found him dead in their bed Wednesday morning, she then called her father, who then called police about the murder. In the call, Osborn’s father-in-law said that his daughter was an RN and that she was inebriated at the time of his call.
In Osborn’s obituary that was released by the funeral home, no mention of his wife Holli is listed as survivors.
In an email reply to the Outlook, Dublin Police Public Information Officer Cameron Keir:
Right now the case remains under investigation as a homicide.
Osborn was a 1986 Parkway grad, he graduated from Ohio Northern University with a B.S in pharmacy in 1991, later he became a Doctor of Osteopathy from Ohio University Heritage College in 1996 and practiced medicine for 21 years in both Springfield, Tennessee and Dublin, Ohio.
Osborn’s mother Pamela presently lives in Van Wert County, he has a son Christopher, daughters Lauren and Rachel and a brother Tony Osborn.