My favorite time with Karen was when we would go for long walks and chat at the cottage. She was so dedicated to her ‘boys’ and their families. She quickly stepped in to be the matriarch of the family when Ida passed, keeping everyone connected. Dear Karen you will be missed, love Diana
I remember Karen being a kind and happy person whenever we saw eachother at the cottage. She will be missed!
Karen was my “honorary” sister as well as my sister in law. She was one of the kindest, generous people I have ever known. She married my brother, Michael, and after his death, David became my honorary “brother”. This caused a lot of weird looks when people asked our relationship when we spent many holidays together! She was especially kind to my parents and invited her in laws into her home making us feel so welcome. She was gentle and caring. She loved her family and was a wonderful mother to her sons. David was lucky to be her partner for so many years and all of my Canadian relatives will sorely miss her and I will too from this side of the pond. Thank you Karen for everything.
It was with great sadness to learn of Karen’s death however all her years of suffering are no longer.I will always remember her hospitality when I visited with Herself and Michael and Mathew was just a baby. She made me feel very welcomed and we had some wonderful chats and some good laughs. May she rest in peace
Dear Steve and Anita,
Our deepest sympathies go out to you and all your family. Hoping that one of our favourite little verses that we like offers you some comfort over the loss of your dear mother.
“Death leaves a heartache that no one can heal.
But love leaves a memory that no one can steal.“
Fondly, John and Heather Harbinson