Karen Leynor

Dallas, Texas


Dallas, Texas


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Leynor, KAREN has succumbed to the congenital medical condition whose onset surprised her, and all who loved her, almost four months ago. Holding her hands as she released her peaceful last breaths were her husband, Rabbi Jeffrey Leynor of Congregation Beth Torah in Richardson, and her sister...

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Rabbi Leynor:

I am sadden by the loss to you and your family. I have known Rabbi Leynor since he became part of Beth Torah. May the New Year bring you and your family a little sweetness and joy through this hardship.

Shanna Tovah from Israel

To Leynor and Clar Family:
I am so saddened by this news of Karen. I met her in High School where we both were Cheerleaders. We instantly became such good friends and couldn't be without one another. She was always smiling and always had a shoulder to lean on. I will miss you Karen.

My prayers and thoughts are with all of you.

Karen was my best friend in elementary school and we've remained friends ever since. She was a remarkable woman who taught me so much. I can not express how much I will miss her. My deepest sympathy to Austin, Jeffrey, Donna & family.

Karen's effervescent smile is one of the memories of high school that continues to live with me today. I will always thank Karen for that. God bless you, Karen. My prayers are with you and your family.

I have worked with Karen here at Magellan for 3 years. She was truly a wonderful person who was liked by all and loved by many. She will be deeply missed. With every breath of my being, I have no doubt that she is dancing with angels as I type this entry. Death is only an end to our earthly life but a wonderful beginning to our eternal one. Until we meet again, my friend...

I met Karen in junior high school and considered her a friend through college. She was always a very cheerful person who was friendly towards all even when others were not. She was accepting of all kinds of people and radiated happiness wherever she went. My prayers are with her family during these very difficult times. May God bless them always.

Karen was a true inspiration....
my recollections of her were of
someone who was caring, kind and
considerate of others...we were
part of a peer counseling class in
highschool...I remember her always
smiling always enthusiastic and
always encouraging others.

I was blessed to have met Karen very early on in life as we attended the same grade school. I will forever recall the memories of her skinny little frame running in the playground as her wispy bangs swooshed to the sides. Last time I saw her was in high school and although it's been nearly 20 years, I will always cherish the memories of the times we shared as children in grade school.