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July 17, 2018

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June 29, 2017
If a person's immortality is measured by the people who love, cherish, respect, and speak glowingly of them, Karen's legacy will continue through the years. Few touch as many lives in such a positive manner. She was, and is, an inspiration and a reminder of how we can lift each other in life. Let us all commit to follow her example. God bless you Karen.
June 29, 2017
So much gratitude for the model and direction from this remarkable woman. Thank you and Godspeed, Barbara
June 26, 2017
I worked for Karen for a few short years but learned some very valuable lessons. She was passionate about her work. If you were not inspired when she spoke, you were not listening. Her legacy will live on.
June 26, 2017
I attended a class at the Women's Center in 1990, near the end of a problem marriage. That class started my life. One of the career counselors told me to finish my degree. (I only needed three hours.) She gave me the confidence to call the dean of the university and ask him for help. He personally sponsored my enrollment in a class, in absentia, and I graduated a semester later. I took an internship at a local television station, went to work at a United Way agency, then started my master's in education. This will be my 24th year in education. All those choices and actions made a difference in my life and my family for generations to come. It all started at the Women's Center, because of Karen Perkins.