KAREN L.-KEMP-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Rudy-Rowland Funeral Home - Henderson


Henderson, Kentucky

Dec 30, 1960 – Nov 7, 2017


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Rudy-Rowland Funeral Home - Henderson Obituary

            Karen L. Kemp, 56, of Henderson, Kentucky, passed away at 2:20 a.m. Tuesday, November 7, 2017, at her home surrounded by family.

            She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and sister.  Karen enjoyed arts and crafts and taking pictures.  She also loved traveling...

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I remember Karen from the days of Weaverton, Middle School, and high school. She was always such a fun person and I can still hear her memorable laugh! May the Lord bless you and comfort you during this time of loss. I pray you will find comfort in God's Word and His promises. John 16:33

Karen, you were such a light in my day, I looked forward to your calls to the home office. Your genuine heart and positive nature were such a blessing.
My love and prayers to her family.
Matthew 28:20

Karen, You were one of the sweetest and bravest women I have had the pleasure of knowing. You fought long and hard. God has gained an amazing angel. Prayers and hugs to your family. They now have their on personal angel watching over them. Love you girl...

Karen, what a wonderful cousin. You will be missed so much. I never saw you without a huge smile on your face and always a big hug!

May the family draw strength from our powerful God at this difficult time. Psalms 29:11. JJ. Asheville, NC.

Dear Karen, I will always remember you as a kind and beautiful soul that I am blessed to call my friend. God bless your sweet heart, love, Julie Lawson-King


On behalf of the 'several nieces and nephews', on the Jung side, which include: Myself(Rachel Cortez), Megan Niehaus, J.T. Campbell, Katti Underhill, and Colton Jung, and all of our spouses and children, as well, I think I speak for all of us, when I say, for 36 years, you have been an amazing aunt to all of us. I am the oldest grandchild, so I probably have the most memories of you, from childhood. You were always making us laugh, or yelling at us to behave. You were always good to every...

Dearest Karen, you fought a good fight girl. I am so sorry you had to go so soon! I know you are out of pain and in a better place though. I am so happy you got to go to one of your favorite places to celebrate your much admired 38th wedding anniversary...Hurricane Irma did a number on Key West but they fixed it up fast for you! I just wish I'dve made the trip down to see you for sure now. Well... we'll meet again someday, of that I'm sure. RIP dear one. Lots of love...your "other...