Karen D. Erba

Wallingford, Connecticut

1959 - 2019


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Karen D. Erba, 59, of Wallingford, departed this life surrounded by her loving family on Saturday evening, June 8, 2019, after a courageous battle with Glioblastoma. She was the beloved wife and best friend of 36 years to Frank T. Erba. Karen was born in New Haven on November 27, 1959 to Mary Ann...

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So very sad to have read the passing of Karen - how sad - such great family values and just a sweetheart of a person - Thinking of all of you at this time - Debbie and MaryAnn - Frank - hugs to all - may she rest in peace! Prayers to all!

To Frank and family. Very saddened to hear this news, Karen's legacy will live on through the beautiful family, our condolences, Bud and Paula Robinson

I pray that our loving God give the family the strength to carry you through this difficult time. Psalms 29:11. (JJ). Asheville, NC.

Our deepest sympathies from our family to yours. So sorry for your loss and what Karen went through over the last 15 months. Moving forward hopefully you will heal because of the all the little blessings you've created. Pam loved and admired her sister and they raised their kids together. Karen's smile and laugh will be unforgettable.
Love the Forsythes Pam , Ken , Ashley , Malloree, Alyssa and Kenny

I love and miss you my Sister.

Our sincere condolences from our family to yours. So sorry Karen went through this she didn't deserve it. Hopefully you heal quickly with all the little blessings being created. Pam admired and loved her older sister. The kids were raised together from the beginning.
Love Aunt Pam , Uncle Kenny and Family

My sincere condolence to the family for the loss of your loved one. May you be comforted and strengthened by the words found at Isaiah 61:1,2. God promises to "bind up the broken-hearted and comfort all who mourn".

There are no words sufficient enough to express our sorrow and sympathy for the passing our sweet friend, Karen. We prayed daily for her for 15 months, that God would heal her, and He did, by taking her into His loving arms and bringing her home with Him, where there is no sickness, pain or tears. Our loss is heavens gain.
let not your heart be troubled, you believe in God, believe also in me. In my fathers house are many mansions: if it were not so I would have told you. I go...

Rest in Peace Karen. You will be missed.