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In Memory

Karen Stein (Lyon)

Karen Stein (Lyon)

According to Legacy.com:

Karen K. Lyon 51 of Carmel passed away July 5, 2004. She was born September 3, 1952 in Indianapolis. She had been a branch manager for Kelly Services 17 years, retiring in 1992. Since then she has worked part time for the Center for Neurological Rehabilitation. She was a member of the Family Worship Center, Kokomo and was active at Heritage Christian School in their Moms in Touch and Balloon Ministry programs. Karen also volunteered with the Circle City Christian Center's food pantry program. Karen is survived by her husband, Bruce; daughter, Casey; parents, Edwin A. & Jeanette K. Stein; brother, Kurt Stein; sister, Cheryl Stein. A private memorial service will be held. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements entrusted to Flanner & Buchanan Funeral Center - Carmel. www.flannerbuchanan.com

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09/02/09 09:45 PM #1    

David Slipher

Karen, As I was going through our class roster and saw an * by your name. I felt a deep hole open up inside me. Seeing that you had died made me start to think about life and the losses we all have throughout it. Yours also brought to mind many of the other losses our original Kindergarten class of a little over 53 children has faced. I don't whether there have been additional losses from that class or not Out of that group of 53 we have lost as the least 4 members: Don Fields, Lindsay Moffit, Denise Hilgert, and you. We will miss you know that you and our other 3 friends are safe in GOD'S hands.

10/04/09 09:44 PM #2    

Beth Bradford (Andrews (Widow))

Karen was a wonderful and dear person and well liked by a lot of people. I know what it's like to lose a loved one because I lost my husband in 1996. Life is very short and I feel sad that we all have lost touch with each other over the years but understand how life takes us all different ways. May you have peace Karen and we will remember you always in our hearts. Beth Bradford Andrews

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