My dearest Karen, where would I be without your beautiful friendship all of my life ? Side by side, from the meandering paths of Crawford Park to NDG/ Montreal Ouest to Hudson. Did I forget something? I counted on your memory! Our deep connection and love transcends worlds, memories of our silly humour I will treasure always. You never deserved this terrible battle. As Mary says to George Bailey, “I’ll love you ‘til the day I die” . I will look out for dimes, my angel.
When I met you Karen, you welcomed me with warm, open arms . Susan and I treasured your love and friendship. Cooking together, talking about our gardens, our travels together ! Boy oh boy. You’re simply the best. Samiri. Xox
Bob and family. I am so saddened to hear of Karen's passing. As you well know she was a true friend to me. I will never forget her integrity and tenacity. My thoughts and hope for comfort are with each of you.
Sending my sincere condolences on Karen's passing. I met Karen when I was 12 and in grade 7. We immediately became friends along with Jane, Brenda and Susan. We spent our years in high school enjoying laughter, hanging out and drink Karen's version of Cafe au lait, dreaming about our grown-up lives. We have not been in touch over the last few years but we had some wonderful adult catch-ups and sharing of our lives. Karen's June birthday never passes without me thinking of her and our growing up years together.
I hope that your many wonderful memories of days gone by will bring you comfort in the coming years. xooxoxxo
Karen you truly are one in a million. Your smile always makes me smile.
We had many fun times in our Hudson ladies group. It was a while since we got together but fond memories are still with me. I had the pleasure of teaching at the tree house and saw you with your grandkids. They looked forward To when Nana was
Picking them up and Having sleepovers. Spoiled and loved by you meant a lot to them and it showed.
RIP my friend. You will be truly and forever missed❤️💐