3/9/1949 - 2/4/2018
Barb & Family,
i am so very sorry for your loss. I pray that God will put his loving arms around you and comfort you at this time.
I can picture her on her big porch and Dad sitting next to her, both laughing..those smiles. I don’t think anyone understood my Dad quite the way that Karen did and vice versa. I envy such a relationship among kin. We had many conversations on that porch and I truly enjoyed those moments with her. All of the people she opened her door and heart to but now the door swings wide open for her. She will know nothing but peace and love from her lord and savior and those who have passed before. I hope she might give them a hug from me and take her place in peace and eternity.
I pray tonight for the bleeding hearts she left behind and beg you find comfort in knowing her faith has brought her to this final place. She has been waiting for it for so long.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Karen you may have departed this world but you will always be remember as the loving person you were. Your memories will live on. Love you
You are Not Alone anymore Karen! You fought many battles that werent even yours to fight. You stepped in when no one else would and fought for those that wouldnt even fight for themselves. Your fighting is over and your battles are won. I know You are enjoying your new body free from pain, and Im sure You are Beautiful in your Robe and Crown! Now You get to start really living! I will miss our chats on the phone and on facebook and our little periodic visits. I wouldnt wish you back here for anything. This is what you worked so hard towards and now you are Home!!! To your family left behind, I hope you all remember all she taught you and will love each other like she loved you.. Im sorry for your loss.
To Karen’s family I extend my deepest sympathy. She was a woman with a big heart and a willingness to share the love of Jesus with everyone. I pray for the peace she now has for all her family and friends.
mY DEAR MOST GRACIOUS FRIEND. i WILL MISS SITTING AT YOUR TABLE DISCUSSING OUR OWN FACTS OF LIFE AND WISHING FOR A BETTER LIFE FOR OTHERS. WE DISCUSSED OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD AND FAMILY. I KNOW YOU ARE IN GODS LOVING ARMS. THE OTHER KAREN
My heartfelt sympathy and condolences to Karen's family and many friends. I can picture her in my mind's eye, joyfully rejoicing at the Lord's feet, no longer to suffer the pains of this world. Her legacy of loving and caring for others will long be remembered.
Until we meet again, Karen.
Top Dog Grooming
Our deepest sympathy and condolences to Karens family and friends. We will miss her and her sweet little dog Baby and before that Punkin. We
Aunt Karen, such a strong woman and one with the biggest heart I have ever met. Rejoice in the Lords kingdom, until we meet again❤️
you are no longer suffering and are in a better place. You will certainly be missed. You are probably one of the kindest and most selfless people I have ever met. Thank you for being so good to my Grandma and for making sure her wish was granted. I will always remember you for your kindness. ❤️
Dave and Kathy Northcott
We are so sorry to hear of Karen's passing but just know that she is with God and is no loner suffering. So very sorry that all of you are going through such a difficult time right now. God be with all of you. Dave and Kathy Northcott
Praying for strength for the family and everyone who was touched by Karen. I had the pleasure of meeting her at Walgreens, such a great spirit.
It will never be goodby It will always see you later. We didn't want to see you go but our lord called your name and said your work for him was completed on earth and called his beautiful sweet angel to come home. You will always be missed and will live forever within our hearts your memory will continue to bless us all as we think of you each day!!! Fly high our precious angel for you have earned your angel wings!!!
From Your Sister Carolyn Northrup & Nephew Michael Cantele.
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