God's Word realistically shows that it is natural to experience grief when a loved one dies. The faithful patriarch Abraham mourned the death of his beloved wife, Sarah. (Genesis 23:2) David was grief-stricken after hearing that his son Absalom was dead. (2 Samuel 18:33) Even the perfect man Jesus wept over the death of his friend Lazarus. (John 11:35, 36) When a loved one dies, we may experience nearly overwhelming sorrow, but faith in the promises in God's Word can help us to endure such grief. (email@example.com)
May God grant Ms. Decrow family and friends comfort during this time of sorrow. Isiah 25:8
Will Miss You Glay That saw you in May
I have know Karen since 1968 when I joined NOW. We all will remember her and thank her for all she has done to achieve equality for all. My sincere sympathy goes to your family.
My sincere condolences to the family.
May you find comfort in drawing close to God at this most difficult time in your lives.
Karen's legacy of liberating women from their shackles will live as one of the greatest revolutionary act for women by women. My inspiration to join NOW was based on Ms. DeCrow's courage, strength of character and her stance of "I won't back down." As Robert Kennedy said, "There are those who look at things the way they are, and ask why... I dream of things that never were, and ask why not? Karen asked "Why not" bringing thousands of women together to fight for their human rights.
Rest in peace. Thank you for everything. My thoughts and prayers are with Karen's family & friends.
Karen DeCrow's quest to gain equality for all is truly to be admired. For this, women and people everywhere are forever grateful. But most of all, she had the mindset of God Almighty who has indelibly stored such acts in his memory and will reward her accordingly at a future time. Her presence will be fondly missed by both those who knew her and knew of her. Our deepest sympathy for your loss!
Karen was a hero to myself and many other women and men for her never-failing intelligence and action in pursuit of a world in which gender is not relevant to accomplishment. She was also a true friend and a most down-to-earth woman. As soon as she stepped down as national President of NOW, she founded the Central New York Women's Bar Association, now an important chapter of the Women's Bar Association of the State of New York, and worked at whatever task was necessary to make it a success. I valued her contributions and friendship during the years that we worked together in WBASNY. She had no airs but did have a wicked sense of humor! WBASNY was proud to nominate Karen for membership in the National Women's Hall of Fame and to attend her induction in force. I am grateful for her life and will miss her greatly.
Martha (Meg) Gifford
MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY MAY GOD'S WORDS BRING YOU COMFORT DURING THIS TIME. WE WILL ACTUALLY SWALLOW UP DEATH FOREVER AND CERTAINLY WIPE TEARS FROM ALL FACES. IS 25:8
It was an honor to know you , and be amazed and inspired by you Karen. Rest in Peace.
Thank you making the future for females better. May you rest in peace.
My sympathies to the DeCrow family. Losing a loved one is never easy. It's times like these when we need to rely on our Heavenly Father the most because he cares for us deeply. 1 Peter 5,7
Thanks for leading the way for me and all other females. RIP
Im sorry for your loss. May God help your family in times of distress. -Ecclesiastes 5:8, 9
In gratitude to Karen's successful project to establish a NOW chapter in Rochester, N.Y., and in tribute to her successful influence and to her intellect and friendliness.
I am so sorry for the loss of Mrs. Karen Decrow. She will be greatly missed. May God be with the whole DeCrow family.
The First Annual Women's Conference held in the Hartford Civic Center in 1982 featured a debate between Karen DeCrow and Phyllis Shafly on ERA. Ms. DeCrow was part of women's ongoing battle for equal rights in the work place. Women have lost an advocate for their cause.
My heartfelt sympathy to Ms. Decrow's family and friends. Appears she was born to stand up and with courage, intelligence, wisdom, and a desire to dance toward a more level playing field for others, and she succeeded. Thank you for your selfless service. Godspeed!
God bless you and your loved ones ~ Rest in peace.
May God's spirit be with the DeCrow's family, sorry for your loss.Those who die God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes." Psalms 116:15
Thank YOU, MS. DeCrow for all your tireless efforts to empower women. I grew up in the 60's-70's when we still did not have many of the rights we now have. Still still a way to go. You help get us started and you're voice will help us succeed.
I spent a lifetime of admiration for Karen. She did so much for so many, especially women. She never tired of the fight for equality...a true hero for a generation of women who take their ability to be able to do anything they dream for granted. God bless you, Karen, and may you rest in peace.
In God's care rest in peace
we all loved you...you are now with Jesus..our lord and savior
Peace and rest for a wonderful soul and a fine example, of what we should all aspire to be.
we're all god's children, man and woman should be treated with the same respect!!!
We need more people in this world like Karen that's why her name matches carring
Dear DeCrow Family hello my name is Faith Tobin and my condolences's to the Family.luv,Faith
Thank you for all your hard work. I hope we can do you proud by continuing to work for equal rights
She was quite a role model for me. Especially at the International Women's Year event in Houston, TX in 1978. Thank you for all your efforts on behalf of everywoman!
It can be so hard to face the first year without your loved one, but the love of family and friends can carry you through.
back in the 70s, karen was what, was right in the world! thank you karen!
Thank-you for all of the work that you did for women and equal rights. Bless you and rest in peace.
One of the greats. Thank you Karen for all your hard work over the years.
Mary Anne Krupsak
She fought the good fight, and I am grateful. Peace, Ms. DeCrow.
She will truly be missed by all my condolences to all the family and may the words of Jesus Christ comfort you...John 3:16
A great voice is silenced but her work will live on.
Thank you Karen.
For over twenty years, I knew Karen and worked on feminist issues in Central New York. Her wit, intelligence and insight will be missed.
Karen was an amazing woman and leader. She was concerned for not only women's rights, but for civil liberty for all. We of Equal Rights for Fathers appreciated her generous support.Thankyou Karen
Karen was a mentor, inspiration and made such a huge difference in her community, other communities and globally.
On those occasions when I doubted or felt I had no more energy to fight for causes I believed in, I would think of all that Karen gave and her struggles to do so and I knew I needed to push forward and continue to strive to make a difference.