Karen Katherine Johnson
It is with heavy hearts, that the family of Karen Katherine Johnson, announce her peaceful passing on April 5, 2018, with her family by her side.
Karen will be lovingly remembered by her father Roy, brother Keith (Sheri) as well as numerous extended family, close friends and colleagues.
At Karen’s request, cremation has taken place and a private family celebration will take place at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Lois Hole Hospital for Women, 10245 111 Avenue NW, Edmonton, in Karen’s name.
Roy and Keith, my deepest condolences. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. RIP Karen
So hard to believe someone so vital and so full of life can be gone. You will be remembered forever Dear Karen
I am so sorry fot your loss Keith and uncle Roy. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time.
Condolences Roy and Keith. May her beautiful soul be at rest. Hugs
My deepest sympathies to you Roy and Keith at this difficult time. I will never forget the fun I had with Karen and Keith when we were kids when I came to stay with Uncle John and Auntie Jean.
Roy and Keith, we are so sorry to hear of Karen’s passing. We remember her with great fondness. Our best to you.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Rest in Heavenly Peace Karen. You will be missed so much. ox
My thoughts are with you at this time.
Karen was a very special friend of whom I have known for many years.
I have fond memories of the times we laughed over the silliest thing.
Karen was an awesome person to work with & could always be counted on.
She will be missed by all that have had the wonderful pleasure of knowing her.
Roy and Keith, I am so sorry for your loss. Karen was a kind, beautiful and gentle person that brought smiles with her everywhere she went. She will be dearly missed by everyone she touched. I am lucky because I got to know her and will forever remember all of the fun times we had together. Rest in peace my sweet friend – I hope to laugh with you again.
My deepest sympathy and condolences on your family’s loss.
I had the privilege and pleasure of working with Karen for the first time in 2006. Karen was a highly valuable and respected colleague. Her knowledge and work ethic was only surpassed by her kindness and laughter she brought to our jobsites. Alberta’s Oil and Gas industry is a little darker today for all that worked with Karen as she was a bright light that left us too soon. I will always cherish our time we had together.
Roy, Keith and to all of Karen’s family, I am so sorry for your loss. Karen was a beautiful soul. I worked with her only briefly but she taught me so much in that short time. Her work ethic and positive attitude were inspiring. Her kindness won’t be forgotten and I (along with many others) will miss her dearly. Rest In Peace.
My deepest condolences . Karen was an amazing lady who always made me smile … she will be deeply missed .. Rest In Peace Buddy XOXO
This comes as a shock to me i knew Karen she was a beautiful sweet kind women and a great friend of mine i lost touch with her and found out the news when i tried to reconnect with her ill miss her dearly and i’m sorry for your the families loss