Mountain View Mortuary

2350 Montebello Square Drive, Colorado Springs, CO


Karen Rose Titus

February 18, 1951November 28, 2019

Karen Rose Titus 02/18/1951 – 11/28/2019

Karen Rose Titus, 68, of Colorado Springs, Colorado went to be with the Lord Thursday, November 28th, 2019 in Woodland Park, Colorado. She was born on February 18, 1951 in Pueblo, Colorado.

Karen was a beautiful soul, and always willing to give of herself to others. She loved the lord and was always there to share her ministries with everyone she met.

Karen enjoyed running her website, speak the word for the lord. She knew no stranger and embraced everyone. She was a soloist singer, song writer, wife, mother and sister.

Karen’s close friends were her family and she always said, "family will never leave you and will always be there for you." In Karen Rose Titus’s life, the Lord Jesus Christ is number one.

She is preceded in death by parents, Jack and Jean Taravella.

Survived by Bobby Titus and two Children Donrey Taravella, and a Beautiful daughter. Siblings Darlene and Dean Davis, Beverly and Ray Crume, Al Norman, Sharon and Tom Patterson, Dana Wambaugh, Shirley and Orman Strand, Tony and Brenda Taravella, Holly and Gary Espinoza, Ray Enfinger, John and Cindy Taravella. 16 nieces and nephews, Crystal Figueroa, Al Norman, Deena Locke, Kim Dement, Robert Wambaugh, Billy and Gordon Strand,Toni Woods, Mark and Joe Taravella, Sonny and Adam Enfinger, Amber, Johnny, Elizabeth and Justine Taravella, their spouses, and several more great nieces and nephews.


12 December


9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Mountain View Mortuary

2350 Montebello Square Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

12 December

Funeral Service

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Mountain View Mortuary

2350 Montebello Square Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

12 December

Committal Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Evergreen Cemetary

1005 Hancock Expy
Colorado Springs, CO 80903


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John Taravella

December 9, 2019

John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that who so ever believes in him should not parish, but have everlasting life. My sister Karen is the best thing that ever happened to me through my whole life. I used to tell her every secret that I could possibly whisper in her ear when I was a kid and she used to tell me one day you can come back and take up every secret that you ever told me because I saved them all in my pocket. Now she told me that when I was eight years old and all I know is that I’m going to love her and miss her until we all reach the kingdom of God. That’s one thing that we have to look forward to is the glory of the kingdom when we will all be re-joined with each other and sit at the Lord supper and share a meal with the king. I love you always my dear sister I’m treasuring each moment that I spent with you through my entire life and I promise that I will do the best I can to help Donrey through the rest of his life, in Jesus name amen.

Adam Enfinger

December 6, 2019

I love you Aunt Karen, you always looked out for me. I knew you loved me too, ever since I was born you always treated me with the most sweetest heart. You would get me to look at things from a different perspective and remind me to keep my eyes on Jesus so that I wouldn't worry. You would crack a joke and we would laugh so hard. I'll never forget the wonderful person you've been and I will carry you in my heart always. I thank god for you and we will meet again.


Doris Espinoza

December 1, 2019

✨Karen was a
✨Beautiful and ✨Wonderful
We Loved Her!!
We will Miss!! Karen So! Very!

Jacquelyn Espinoza

December 1, 2019

A Most Precious Gift Karen made and shared with many, 1 year for Christ✝️mas

Sonny Enfinger

November 30, 2019

We’re changing from glory to glory.
We’re changing from darkness to light.
We have the wings of an eagle.
So, mount up your wings for the flight!

By Aunt Karen

I love you. I’ll be missing you until I get to fly, and meet up with you in glory!