KAREN-DITTOE-Obituary

KAREN M. DITTOE

Lyndhurst, Ohio

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(nee Killeen), age 58. Beloved mother of Ryan and Matthew Dittoe; dearest daughter of Betty and the late Gene Killeen; dear sister of Katie Foust (husband Tom), Gene Killeen (wife Wendy) and Eileen Jensen (husband Eric); loving aunt of nine nieces and nephews. The family would appreciate...

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Aunt Betty and family,so sorry and sad for your loss. You are in my prayers and thoughts at this time. Kate(Kathy)Brennan Key West,Florida

Karen was a dear friend in grade school. I fondly remember a birthday party she had! Must have been second grade

I remember fondly, like it was yesterday, one of Karen's birthday parties. I am guessing we were ins second grade. I gave her a statue of Doc from Snow White -- I think I picked it out myself at Lee Variety. She was a dear friend in grade school!

Melanie Schuele

Karen was always a great big sister to Gene (and I).

I will always remember her sense of humor and that laugh of hers.

So sorry for your loss, Gene, and all of the extended Killeen family and everyone Karen touched.

Jack

I remember Karen as a kind and fun person. My condolences to the Killeen and Dittoe families.

Dear Betty and Killeen and Dittoe cousins We are so saddened about Karen, and all of your grief and pain.It is too soon and we pray she is with Gene and they are both well and joyful, and we will see her again. You are all in our prayers. Beautiful picture!

Dear Ryan, Matt, Betty, and Killeen Family,

Please accept our most sincere condolences on your loss. We have been so lucky to share so many laughs and fun times with Karen over the years. We will all miss our wonderful friend so muchespecially on Bunko night. Godspeed, Karen. We love you.

St. MM Bunko Sisters

Aunt Betty, Katie, Gene, Eileen, Matt and Ryan:

Words are never adequate in moments like these. My condolences to all of you at this sad time. May God's peace be with you all. Cherish the memories you created with Karen.

My deepest sympathies! Karen and I worked together at Progressive Insurance, and I will always remember her for her smile and laugh!

HK