Omar Osman Death, Obituary – It gives me no pleasure to be the one to break it to you, but Dad has passed away. It is with regret that I must be the one to do so. I am deeply saddened to learn of the loss you endured. I ask that you accept my sympathies for your loss. It is difficult to come to terms with the fact that Omar is no longer a member of team LRTC 8023, our family in FIRST Robotics, our family in the Lewiston Blue Devils, the greater Lewiston community, or the world as a whole. All of these groups include FIRST Robotics, our family in the Lewiston Blue Devils, and our family in FIRST Robotics.
FIRST Robotics, our family in the Lewiston Blue Devils, and our family in FIRST Robotics are all included in these groups. These groups include not only FIRST Robotics but also our family in the Lewiston Blue Devils as well as our family in FIRST Robotics. Since he has been so kind as to grace us with the gift of his presence, for which we are quite grateful, we are able to put ourselves in the category of those who may truly count themselves among the fortunate. He lived his entire life in a manner that was congruent with the precepts of the Islamic religion, and he never wavered in his determination to serve other people in any way, shape, or form. His behavior was consistent with the precepts of the Islamic religion.
When it comes to the goals and principles that form the foundation of FIRST, Omar has set a precedent for all of us to follow, and we should all strive to model ourselves after him. His friendliness, intelligence, skill sets (especially his robot driving skills! ), organizational skills, and calm demeanor are some of the things about him that we would miss the most if he were no longer here. We are indebted to you for a great deal of gratitude due to the fact that you have made it possible for us to take part in your realm even though our bodies are still situated on earth. This is something that we were previously unable to do.