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Charles L. Osborne died on December 4, 1983, in Patchegue, N.Y. at the age of 66.  A native of Toston, Montana, he graduated from Beaverhead High School in Dillon, Montana.  He attended the Montana Normal College (now Western Montana College) in Dillon Montana, and Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana before receiving a Physics degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  During World War II service, he worked at the Oak Ridge, Tennessee Reactor X-10 site where he remained for a period of time following the end of World War II, and his associated discharge from the military, with a research project studying use of atomic energy for medical procedures and medicine.  He later worked with Brookhaven Laboratories on Long Island, New York until his retirement.

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