Karen K. Stirling

Portland, Oregon

Dec 10, 1955 – Aug 30, 2019 (Age 63)


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Karen K. Stirling Dec. 10, 1955 - Aug. 30, 2019 Karen Stirling, of Portland peacefully went to be with Jesus Aug. 30, 2019, surrounded by her family. Karen and her twin sister, Sharon were born Dec. 10, 1955 in Portland to Kenneth and Irma Lien. They had two older sisters, Joy and Marsha...

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Bob and Family, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Karen was always so good to my family. I'll never forget coming to visit all of you in Oregon after our move to Texas. I also fondly remember when Karen, Bob and Amy visited us here in Texas. Karen was a shinning example of true Christian love.

Dear Joy, Marsha, Sharon, and her husband and children,
I'm so sorry to hear that Karen lost her battle and for your loss of her and Irma/Mom/Grandmother from your earthly lives.
I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers,
Love in Christ,
Chris Brauer Wubbenhorst

It has been my pleasure and honor to know Karen. We share three grandkids. When I visited Portland, I was always accepted as one of the family. I adore all the Stirling's and am blessed to know them. Karen was a fearless warrior who fought so many battles. Her love of God and her family was so strong. Karen, you were my hero.

Dear Bob and Family,
Bob and I will be with you in spirit Saturday. Her obituary write-up was beautiful and characterized her perfectly. We are so happy that we could give a contribution to Amy's weekend camp program in her memory. Her legacy will live on and be an inspiration to all who knew her. Living her life of love and selflessness will be the truth that her family and friends will cherish and have as an example in their own lives. She lived a full and beautiful life. She will be...

One of the sweetest human beings we have ever
had the good fortune to know.
Now without pain and suffering with Jesus in Heaven..
God be with the Sterling family.

Dear Stirling Family: I have had the privilege of knowing Karen for over 20 years. Our daughters have had joyous times together in their 4H Club and other activities. Karen is probably the bravest woman I have ever known. Even when she was suffering in terrible pain, along with having horrible side effects, she never complained. She was a JOY to know. I look forward to seeing Karen in heaven some day. I will miss her cheerful smile and genuine, heartfelt friendship. Jackie

So sorry for your loss.
We were second cousins.
Prayers for you and your families.

You will be missed ! Your friends at J.Jill