Obituary: Camper Albright Osborn

Camper Albright Osborn

Camper Albright Osborn, son of Malibu native Jordan Tschudi Osborn and Randy Osborn, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on June 16. Camper, who was born on Sept. 9, 2012, was two years, nine months and three days old.

“While he was here, he brought much joy and abundant happiness to everyone who knew him,” a loved one shared. “Camper loved to sing and dance and was happiest when playing outside in the backyard with his beloved cars and trucks.”

He was a student at Ecole Claire Fontaine in Venice, where he embraced all aspects of learning, especially singing French songs and gardening. 

“Camper did not fill a void in our hearts, he carved out a space and then filled it with love and every perfect thing,” a family member said.

Camper, at the decision of his parents, was an organ donor, and was able to donate his heart to another child — another family — and, as a result, touched many. “His memory will always live on with us, and now his heart will live on to bless the lives of others,” a loved one said.

Camper is survived by his brother, Dillon, who will be born in September; grandparents, Craig and Susan Tschudi of Malibu, and Bonnie and Bill Albright; aunts and uncle, Cameron Osborn, Kendall Tschudi Krohn and Tyler Krohn; cousins, Elliot and Ashton Krohn; great-grandmother, Nan Tschudi; along with an extended family of great aunts and uncles, second cousins and many close friends.

A private memorial service took place on June 20 at the family home. A special fund has been set up for the family. Visit for more information.