Karen-Geary-Obituary

Karen Geary

Walnut Creek, California

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May your Guiding Light be strong!
XO

Wishing you were here for your B-Day tomorrow 11/6/13...you are sooooo missed!!! You are thought of often and spoken of fondly, and such an inspiration!!
God Bless,
LY Gal - Barbara Brown

Your spirit will be missed. I will continue to pray for your family whom you just simply adored.

So sad for our families at this time. Karen and I took our boys to Gymboree when they were about 1 yr. old. Lovely lady who will be sadly missed. Love and Hugs, Pam ( 2nd cousins)

Because of Karen I am a better person. She talked me into doing things I would have never done on my own. She was one of my best friends, she tapped me on the shoulder the morning she died, to let me know she would always be watching over me, for that I am thankful!! My Prayers go out to her family and friends.

Karen your smile and infectious laugh will be missed! You will never be forgotten, I miss you.
Barbara Brown

Nothing I say could describe the loss felt by your passing. There are no words worthy of describing what you mean to my family. Because you were truly a loving and selfless friend who cared for my family as if we were your own, we will forever be grateful and never forget how blessed we were to have you in our lives. I can go on forever with reason after reason of how unfair your passing is and how such a great person should have been given a longer life here with her loved ones. I know you...

Now you're an angel.

There are many good memories, and I will miss you. You were the glue that held our sorority together, we sure had a lot of fun. A thoughtful, sincere, honest and giving person, I'm blessed to have had you for a friend. My condolences to the Stout & Geary families.

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Karen (Stout) GearyNov. 6, 1956 Feb. 26, 2013Resident of PleasantonKaren passed away on February 26, 2013 after a courageous battle with breast cancer. Born in Oakland, CA on November 6, 1956, to Leonard and Josephine Stout, Karen was an incredibly selfless woman who touched countless lives....

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