Christine, Was very saddened to hear of your loss. May God surround you with much comfort and peace at this time. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. -- Christina (Ketchem) Wagoner
AS SHE STANDS BEFORE THE KING The trumpet sound shakes the ground; the angels' voices ring She's reminded of the ones she loved; as she stands before the King No more sweat to swipe, no more tears to wipe No more heavy steps to tread; "You've won the race" The Almighty said As she stands before the King He tells her of her golden place; where she'll dwell for eternity A smile crosses her precious face; As she stands before the King As she dons her robe; He pats her crown; and He tells her "JOB WELL DONE"; she takes her place amoung the Saints; as she stands before the King IF EVER AN ANGEL TROD THE EARTH; IT WAS MY SISTER
With deepest sympathy
I will miss my dear friend...everyday...forever.
Karen was motivated by a Spirit of Excellence in every aspect of her life. We will honor her by following her example. Dear family, may you have peace through the Prince of Peace until that great reunion day. My love and prayers are wrapped around you.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
To all of u, Tom and i r so sorry about the loss of Karen, we remember here at the myers clinic, she was such a very nice, and sweet lady. I remember both her daughters at VC School, they were both a little older than my son, but they all went 2 school together, Karen was always so glad in to help in the outside activities and fund raisers at the school, she always had a smile, and a very kind word 4 everyone. May GOD b with u in the days, weeks, and months ahead, may he surrond u with his encouraging words, his strength that he will give u, just ask him, and u will receive them, trust in the Lord and u will b ok. Love, Tom & Brenda Evix
we are sorry to hear about your lose we will keep you in our prayers
I will miss Karen so much. Not only was she my co-worker but she was my friend. She always kept me laughing with her stories and answered all my "how do you do this" or "how do I make this" questions. She was a wonderful lady.
Dear Randy and family,
So sorry to hear of Karen's passing. Our prayers are with you and your family.
Sincerely, Judy and Ron
Randy and family - I am so deeply saddened by Karen's passing. Karen and I worked together for many years at The Myers Clinic. We shared many laughs and personal stories. She will be sorely missed by you and the girls Randy. She loved her family so much.
My sincerest sympathy for the entire family. May the good memories and love help comfort you.
Dear Randy and family, We are shocked and saddened by the death of your wife Karen. Please accept our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your faamily at this sad time. Your cousin, Skip and Sharon marshall and family
Randall, family and friends, Karen Adams: She was a young lady when we met and very quiet. The lady who was training her knew the work inside out and she was giving Karen bushels of information and Karen was not taking a note. Time proved that she did not need the notes, that little lady used the information as if she had been the teacher. There was nothing she wouldn’t take on including an opposite point of view. Whatever she attempted she finished. She knew how to stand her ground in a very firm way. Still quiet, but firmness becoming noticeable. With her judgment, firmness served her well. A fellow came into the office one day passing out cigars celebrating the arrival of a girl. Karen stated, “Where’s mine?” You wouldn’t smoke a cigar, if I would give you one. There was a slight smile on Karen’s face, reflecting a “Oh yes I will”. The fellow gave Karen a cigar. I am sure you know the rest of this story. I still don’t like cigar smoke. This is Karen, challenging and conquering, throughout life. She enjoyed life. An example, I did not see, but would have loved to. Karen and friends were shopping at a mall, someone dared her to get into the buggy and let them push her around. You're right; conquered. If we were to make a list of examples, it would make a large , large book. I remember when she became a grandmother, her life changed, oh, oh. She was the proudest LADY on the land. Have you ever seen such another loving and doing Mother, assisting her children through all the ups and downs of family and friends. I hope so but I doubt Karen can be topped. There was a golden chair waiting for her and she is now assisting another group of angels. I am very proud to have been a part of Karen’s life. One last word, I never told Karen how much I appreciated her and her efforts. I have learned another lesson from Karen, praise folks today. Tomorrow may be too late. Thank you Karen: in your golden chair extending best wishes and a helping hand to those of us left behind. Lonnie Crane
Cheryl , Agnes and Betty We are so sorry for your loss... I know how lose all of you are and just remember we love you all and you are I our thoughts and prayers...
Those you truly love never really pass away but live on in your hearts and memories.
Please know that positive thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time of sorrow and loss.
We were so deeply saddened to hear about Karen. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Randy I am so sorry to here about Karen. We are keeping you all in our prayers Best Buddies forever Ken Roy
christine (Phillip) so sorry about your mother. did not know her well but everyone has always had kind words for her. (meatball's sister)
I am so sorry for the loss of Karen. She was a joy to be around. I will always remember her laughter and her ability to make me, and all of us at work laugh. She was truly a blessing to us all. My prayers will be with you all during this difficult time.
Dear Randy Margie and I are deeply saddened by your sudden loss.Our deepest sympathy goes out for you and your children. Your cousin Steve and Margie Bennett
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
My mother Peggy asked me to share this on her behalf: "Dear Cousin Randy and Family, Dennis and I are so sorry to hear this tragic news of Karen's passing. I know your grief will be overwhelming as you and your family try to cope and to understand such a loss. We are sending our love and prayers to you and all your family for strength and peace at this most difficult time in your lives. Love, Peggy Ann" And just to echo her sentiments, I too am truly sorry to hear this unfortunate news. Please let us know if there is anything we can do. Warmest condolences, Glenn
Jennifer and family: Our hearts break for you and others who shared love for your mom. I am so glad I met her, learned from her and laughed with her. Please know that as the coming days unfold that we will be here for you. Remember to cast your care upon Jesus, because He cares for you. Our love Debbie & Brian
So sorry for your loss. Karen was a wonderful person. She was a co-worker and friend. I am glad I had the pleasure of knowing her. God just received another angel.
Randy and family, I was very sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May God wrap his loving arms around you all, during your time of sorrow. Martha(1970 classmate)
I can not tell you how much Karen meant to me. She was always there to give a helping hand or tell you a funny story to cheer you up when you was down. She will be missed so much. Heaven has a wonderful angel now.
We are shocked by the news of her sudden death. I know how little words written on a page can possibly mean to you all at such a time. I must tell you that Karen has left us with treasured moments of her graciousness,unique humour,and compassionate understanding ways. We have been blessed in the knowing! She will will be greatly missed and fondly remembered. Your sorrow during this time and in the months and years to come is in our hearts and our thoughts and prayers are with you. Much love, the allevas
My prayers go out to Randy and all the family.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.