Karen Louise Watkins
September 12, 1957 – July 16, 2019
Karen Louise Watkins, age 61, of Albion, Michigan went on to be with our Lord and Savior on Tuesday, July 16, 2019. She passed away in her home surrounded by the ones she loved. Karen, who was born September 12, 1957, worked for Team One Plastics in Albion and enjoyed her job and loved her co-workers.
Karen was a huge Michigan State Spartan fan. Karen dedicated her life to her family, to her cats who she adored and cherished so close to her heart, and anyone in need. She was an amazing mother to her daughters, a mother who they all hope to be to their own children.
She is survived by three daughters, Kishon Watkins, Stephanie (Tico) Jones and Courtney Watkins. She loved her grandchildren Autumn, Audrianna, and Kaden more than anything in this world and they will miss her greatly. Karen loved God unconditionally, and she will be remembered for her boundless love, selflessness, intelligence, and kind heart.
To leave online messages of condolence, please visit www.kevintiddfuneralhome.com
- No Services Scheduled
Karen Louise Watkins
July 25, 2019
My heart is incredibly sad at the loss of my sister; I remember the quiet talks we had at your house or mine. I will miss you the rest of my days.
July 22, 2019
I know that Karen adored her daughters and grandchildren. She raised them well. They are loving mothers just like her. The love she had for all of you was in full view. Remember her as she was. My heart goes out to you all. Rest in heaven. 💚💚💚💚
July 19, 2019
Prayers for your girls & grandchildren. Much love. You will always be my sister.
July 18, 2019
I remember all the weekends ends you and the girls would come over just to spend time with me and Jim, how we would come over to your house and spend time with you after church, you have always been loved. People say not to live with any regrets, well I will always live with this regret of not staying in contact with you and your girls and your grandchildren. always know that we have never stopped loving you. Prayers and thoughts for your girls and grandchildren.