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Hockemeyer & Miller Funeral Home

6131 St Joe Road, Fort Wayne, IN

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Karen C. Dull

January 3, 1967July 19, 2020

Karen C. Dull, 53, of Fort Wayne, passed away peacefully with her mother by her side, on July 19, 2020. Born on January 3, 1967, in Fort Wayne, she was the daughter of the late Merrill L. Dull, and Phyllis (Compton) Dull, who survives.

As an avid Colts fan and IU Hoosiers fan, Karen was dedicated to watching each game. She had a strong faith in God and was a member of Life Bridge Church. She was an amazing and beautiful soul. Karen was known for her contagious laugh and bubbly personality. With her love and dedication to others, she always lived life on the go. She would welcome everyone with open arms and a loving heart. She was a wonderful role model to her family, especially her nieces and nephews. With her strong will and overcoming attitude, she showed each and every single person that she knew how to live life to the fullest. She is also survived by her 2 sisters, Katherine Dull and Kim Dull; also 1 nephew, 4 nieces , 4 great-nieces and 9 great-nephews, and many more.

Memorial service will be held at Life Bridge Church, 12719 Corbin Road, Fort Wayne, on August 8th, 2020 at 3pm. Memorial donations may be directed to Karen's family in care of Phyllis A. Dull. For online condolences, please visit www.hockemeyermillerfh.com.

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    Saturday, August 8, 2020

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Roberta Phillips

July 22, 2020

Thank you for all the love and guidance you offered Andrew. Thank you for feeding my babies every time they sat with you. Thank you for your friendship and laughter. Your spirit is free dancing with a joy filled heart. Arms raised. And free. You were such an amazing woman of God! I pray God fill your family with peace and comfort them. You being gone is tragic for us but your love and kindness will live with us in our memories.
I will dance with you and join you with my praises. We will meet in worship! That’s where we all connect. Through our worship to Christ. That’s why I love to worship. If we die and are in his presence and our worship connects us to our father then in my mind I see all of us connected because He inhabits our praises!
Love you!!!

Tracey Papadakis

July 22, 2020

Karen I’m at a huge loss this hit me like a ton of bricks as you used to say I’m the energizer bunny I’m not going anywhere untill Jesus calls you home. You always loved to preach the word you were not shy on telling anybody who came first in your life you meant the world to me I will always love and cherish you I’m so glad that I had the past couple of years you were my bestie my Karigan and aunt to my kids. I will always love you forever and a day till we meet again you’ll forever be in my heart. I’m not gonna say goodbye just see you later my Karigan

Barb Butler

July 22, 2020

My dear friend you were loving soul,Family meant everything to you and so did the Lord. I know Jesus welcomed you with open arms ,Karen your going to so missed just to let you know I’m broken hearted but then again I can’t say that I know your in a beautiful peaceful place. Say Hello to John and Jim keep them under your thumb like you use to try😂Love you always and your family.

Mary Hamilton

July 22, 2020

So sorry kathy and your family you all have my deepest sympathy

Kay Farmer

July 22, 2020

Please accept our condolences from Wall Street Storage in Sevierville, TN on the loss of Karen Dull. While we had never met in person, I had spoken to her numerous times over the last several years. She always had a booming personality and was a pleasure to work with. Your family will be in our prayers and our thoughts.

Julie Potts

July 22, 2020

I am still at a loss for words!! First, Phyllis, I am so sorry for your loss!! I know she struggled for SO long and she is now pain free!! That doesn’t make it easy to lose your child!! I love you!! When Karen and I used to do so much together, you were like a 2nd mom to me!! I feel your pain!! For the rest of the family, I am so sorry!! I know she loved and adored each one of you!! My heart breaks for each of you!! She will never be forgotten!!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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