Condolence: I first met Karen when I returned home from Pittsburgh to care for my mother. She consoled and encouraged me as I embarked on a journey of care giving. I was a participant of two of Karen's Bible studies which I enjoyed and learned something from. Karen was a kindhearted soul, and any time we met, she was always upbeat with a beautiful smile on her face. Although she prayed to live to see her daughter Elizabeth graduate from high school and college, she trusted God completely. Now from heaven, Karen can pray for her and watch her mature and bloom. I will miss seeing her at church and at school when our paths as substitute teachers crossed from time to time. Frank and Elizabeth, so sorry for this loss. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Condolence: I met Karen when I first moved to Clarksburg. I will always remember her kindness and her smile. We played tennis together and did aerobics. She was my first good friend. We continued our friendship and would see each other at church and St. Mary's School. I think Karen was the most loving, loyal, and sweetest person in town. We should all be like Karen. May she rest in peace.
Condolence: Karen and I were best friends in grade school, junior high and part of high school. We had sleepovers where we would stay up talking until 5 or 6 in the morning. Her parents would keep telling us to go to sleep. We celebrated birthdays and walked to school together every day. We took baton lessons together.
You were always Special and you will be Special with the Angels....
Condolence: Dear Frankie and Elizabeth, a beautiful light has left this world and now shines bright in the heavens. Karen's kindness, love, faith and caring touched all around her. She brought peace and our Lord's love to everyone she met. She glowed with an inner light in her love of her Lord. I was blessed to call her my friend. She will be greatly missed. I pray our loving Lord holds you, Elizabeth, her family, and all who loved her in the palm of His hand during this sad time. God Bless!
Condolence: Karen was a friend like no other. She was truly a woman of God. She loved helping others and sharing her faith. I will forever treasure our lunches together. She loved her family and her God. The world is a better place because she was in it. I loved her dearly and will miss her so much. Frank and Elizabeth hold on to all your precious memories to see you through your sorrow. Your wife and mother will watch over you from above. Rest easy dear friend. I’ll see you again some day. Prayers for all the family.
Condolence: Dear Frank and Elizabeth
Our heartfelt condolences on Karen’s passing . I was very sad to hear this news. I only had an hour on our visit that beautiful day I brought my sweet Yorkie Paisley to visit Karen at Ruby. But that day will remain in my heart and memory forever. I hope our visit brought her as much joy as it did to me. My son truly cared for Karen not just as his patient, but as a very special lady to him ,she impacted his life in numerous ways. He spoke about her everyday and lifted her up in prayer daily. He will miss her greatly. But I told him she is at peace , what a special angel to watch over him and all of those who loved and cared for her. Our continued prayers will be with you all daily. Her presence will be with you always. God bless you all. And God bless you Karen , we know our Heavenly Father has you and yours in the palm of his hands .
Sean Bodnar And our Family
Condolence: Karen was a wonderful person, I really enjoyed working with her. She was one that always had a smile on her face and would help anyone that would be have troubles. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Karen fly high with the angels in heaven.
Condolence: For all the love she shared, for all the lives she touch, we will always remember Karen. For you Frank and Elizabeth we pray and send our love and support. May the risen Lord comfort you in your loss and be your hope in living. The life Karen now lives is in her beloved and her love remains with you always!