Karen Sue Taylor
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|The West Virginia and Kanawha County Associations of Retired School Employees extend their sincere sympathy to you, the family, in your sorrow. Blessings to all.|
|From: Kanawha County Association of Retired School Employees 11/04/2010 08:48 PM|
|I recently had the pleasure of meeting Karen and
worked with her briefly. Karen always had a smile and I LOVED her humor and teasing with attitude. After learning of her failing health, I couldn't help but think "courage with class". She was the kind of person I would have liked to have spent more time with and gotten to know better. I am so sorry for your loss, I know she will be missed. Share your stories of her with one another and she will be with you always.|
|From: LouAnn Witt 11/02/2010 08:51 AM|
|Karen is now experiencing what all of us dream of. She is walking the streets of gold and joining in with the angelic voices of HEAVEN.
Shall we all be prepared for that journey - none of us know the day, hour or minute that "our" next journey begins - may we ALL be prepared for that glorious moment!
May God comfort Karen's family and friends in this difficult time - and rejoice that she is now with her heavenly FATHER.|
|From: Terri Shafii 11/02/2010 08:51 AM|
Karen was a very special person to me as well as a co-worker. We worked together in Communications Department years ago, as well as weeks ago before she took ill.
May peace be within each heart. For we know that she has found peace with God. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I am sorry I didn't get to visit with her, for I was out of town, but did send cards to her.
Pat Chandler Hunter|
|From: Pat Chandler Hunter 11/02/2010 08:51 AM|