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Karen Dyck

April 20, 1962 - July 17, 2021

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Linda and Tim, Just learned of Karen’s passing. I’m so truly sorry. How comforting to know you will see her again. I remember Karen from childhood, growing up in church, and though she was a bit older than I, my memories are of a lovely young lady with a beautiful smile who was kind and friendly to everyone. I’m praying for you and the family.

Posted by Laura Hildebrand on August 15, 2021

This is a very sad news. Karen always had a welcoming and loving aura around her. We remember her smilling everytime we met her and she was generally a very lovely person to interact with. She will be dearly missed. Our depeest condolences to George and the family❤.

Posted by Bennet & Obadiah Awume on July 24, 2021

Sorry to hear of Karen’s passing, always a woman of faith, encouragement and compassion thank you God for an amazing woman you created.

Posted by Philip and Carol Weiler on July 23, 2021

I am so so sad to hear this. I just heard the news. I lost touch with Karen when I moved to Japan in 2018, so I had no idea she was sick. I had so many wonderful conversations with her in the years before that. My deepest condolences to George.

Posted by Rae-Anna H on July 23, 2021

I remember going to sunday school with Karen at Osler church. We were the only two girls from outside the community so we bonded together as we felt like outsiders. I am sorry to hear of her passing. Best wishes to her family Betty Desrosiers (Siemens)

Posted by Betty Desrosiers (Siemens) on July 21, 2021

I am so truly sad to hear of Karen's passing. We met recently when we learned we shared many of the same battles. She was always so upbeat and positive and was a joy to talk to.

Posted by Kathy O\'Brien on July 21, 2021