OBITUARY

Karen Rae Folmer

April 29, 1949March 8, 2018
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Karen Rae Folmer born to Raymond & Helen McCausland in Yakama, Washington April 29, 1949 met her lord and savior March 8, 2018. Karen attended East High School and graduated with the class of 1967. She married her husband Larry September 26, 1980, they resided in Bremerton, with their children Bret and Ronald. Her hobbies included reading, family game nights, Seattle Mariners & Seahawk games, family vacations and genealogy. She is preceded in death by her father, mother and son Ronald Folmer. She is survived by her loving husband, son, grandson, granddaughter, two great grandsons and sister Linda. Karen will always be remembered as a loving mother, wife, grandmother & great-grandmother.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Thursday, March 15, 2018
REMEMBERING

Karen Rae Folmer

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DaWayne and Peggy Armbruster

April 6, 2018

We will always remember getting her Christmas cards they were always the 1st we would get. They always brought us so much joy. They will truly be missed.
May the family know we are here for them. Sending hugs and love.

Love DaWayne and Peggy

Caroline Goetz Purser

March 20, 2018

My cousin Karen was like a teddy bear. She was a great place you could go to talk if you had a problem and she always was soft and full of heart. She devoted her entire life to family and was such a proud mom, grandma and great grandma. Over the years I have many fond memories of family game nights, camping at our family cabin and playing board games that most would pass on. She was a lot of fun. She did extensive work on the family tree and we always exchanged information over the years. Karen always took things extremely hard. I will always remember the good times and all the many talks we had over the years. When my dad and grandfather passed she was a huge rock for me. I am going to miss our many talks and our analyzing our family history together. You are so loved and missed greatly.

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