Will miss Aunty Karen as I miss Uncle Harold. To my cousins: peace be with all of you.
Always loved visiting with Karen and Dick when visiting my mom in Mpls. Karen was such a gracious and loving spirit. I am saddened by her passing and pray for comfort for her family during this difficult time. Beverly Aegerter Power
Karen was my greeter and guide as I began teaching at WJH. She is a shining star of kindness and grace.
Today I read Karen's obituary in the paper and felt sadness come over me. I was a high school classmate at Crookston. I send my sincere condolences to her husband,children and to Patty and Ken, her 'siblings'.
They may remember me as I played flute with Patty (Wold)in high school.
Karen and I had a special bond as we resembled each other in looks. I also went to the U of M and would have people call me Karen.
We didn't see each other often, mostly at class reunions. A couple of summers ago she graciously entertained us at their condo building.
I will always remember this special gal in my life and will share this sad news with our Class of '55, Central High School, Crookston, Minnesota
We will miss you Karen. Our sincerest sympathy to Dick and the family.
Knew karen as a fellow social worker in Hopkins school. A dedicated and thoughtful social worker who helped a lot of kids and their families Alice Evans
Karen was such a special friend to our mother. We are so sorry you have lost her and know God is with you. May your special memories help you through the mourning process. Evelyn Aegerter Baldwin
Patty and Family, I am so sorry to read about your mother's passing. I can fully relate to your sorrow as my family and I have gone through the same grief with the death of my mother last year. May the Lord comfort all of you and give you great peace in this time. My prayers are with all of you. In Christ, Holly Berry
Praying for you and your family during this difficult time! God bless you and keep you .
I only knew Karen a short time, being now to City Bella. She was a wonderful, bright, friendly person and a fine musician. She will be missed!
Dick, Marcia and I join in sorrow at Karen's passing. We are so very glad and appreciative of your detour to visit us in Bozeman. As it turned out it was the last chance for the "kissing cousins" to be together and for a chance to meet you.
To the rest of the family I have a memory of meeting at the Roseau farm when our vacation paths intersected. Not much but we share your pain. Karen was not one to be challenged she was the challenger. Always ready to lead or join. She will be missed.
Marcia and Lowell Johnson
Karen, a special friend, and one for whom I hold many special memories - the fantastic gourmet club, trips to her beautiful lake place, frequent lunches together, our entire families spending quality time together, stimulating conversations, etc. She will be sorely missed. To Dick (who, unfortunately we did not get a chance to meet), and to all of her wonderful children, my condolences and sympathy. You must be in a state of shock as well as grief, God bless you all during this very difficult time,
Karen, I will miss you more than I can say. You inspired me.