Blosil, who had struggled against depression and spent time in and out of rehab, died after jumping from his eighth floor apartment in downtown Los Angeles last week. He left behind a suicide note for a female friend, who he said was his only close friend in L.A.
Blosil was one of Osmond's eight children, and one of five adopted by her. Osmond, 50, has since dropped her Las Vegas variety show with brother Donny and gone into seclusion. "[She] is finding solace in her faith and her family," friend and "Entertainment Tonight," the New York Daily News quoted correspondent Mary Hart, as telling CBS' "The Early Show" Monday.
She added: "And I find tremendous grace in her own words: ''I really believe that it's the lows that make us who we are. It's not the success. It's how we handle all that. You can bet she has loving arms around her. The Osmonds are a very close-knit family and, in times of loss or tragedy, they support each other and really band together as a family, and in love."