I’m so sorry to hear this. Hugs and prayers to you all. I have such wonderful memories of my time I spent with your family
Love you all Brenda Osenko
We are so sorry to read of the passing of your sister Karen. Our prayers go out to you and your families at this time of sorrow.
Please accept our deepest and heartfelt condolences at this most challenging time. May the sweet memories of your dear loved one and God's Word bring you comfort in the days ahead as we eagerly await the fulfillment of His promises (Isaiah 26:19 and Psalms 37:29).
I remember their wedding, she and Don had a very good marriage. They were meant for each other!
We haven't seen Karen for a couple of years, but share many fond memories of good times with her and Don. She and Don were very active members of our little group of retired educators,THE SWELLS! We traveled far and wide and sometimes even behaved ourselves. Wherever we went there was always much laughter and a good time was always had by all. Now Karen and Don can map out new vistas for us to explore. You will be greatly missed, Miss Karen. Love in All, Bruce & Marilyn Chapman
We were so sorry to hear of Karen’s passing. I enjoyed working with her on our class reunions and her friendship. Her and her family are in our thoughts and prayer. Unfortunately we will be out of town and not able to attend her memorial service.
Doug and Alice Miller
Karen was a teacher of mine in middle school and I really enjoyed having her. In later years we became more than just teacher and student She was like a friend. I will miss seeing her around town. Unfortunately we will be out of town for the memorial service.