Karen Lyn Henry

November 27, 1955February 8, 2020

In Loving Memory of Karen Lyn Roberti Henry Karen was born November 27, 1955 in Chicago, Illinois. Karen passed on February 8, 2020 surrounded by her family. Karen is survived by her children, Lily, Jeremey, and Michael; her sister, Lori; brothers, John and Robert (Debbie) Roberti, three nephews and great nieces and nephews. Karen was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Henry; mother, Carol Roberti; father, Robert Roberti Sr. and nephew, Nicholas Roberti. Karen was a special needs teacher for 30 years. She was a selfless woman, who devoted her life to helping special needs children, and always putting others first. Karen had a heart of gold and should be remembered as a giving woman who loved her children above all else. Services will be held at a later date.


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Vinny Schaefer

February 20, 2020

Karen was Debbi’s Godmother.
She was very wonderful and sweet. I had been involved teaching sign language in her class for Special Education. I have had known her since 1993. I will miss her.

Mickey Youngquist

February 19, 2020

Karen our friendship was created in heaven continued here on earth for 40 plus years. We will see each other again. one of my favorite times is eating dinner with you and your family and all the laughs that came with it. This world has a big hole in it, because you are not here. Till we meet again. Love Mickey

Jackie Forker

February 15, 2020

I first met Karen at Four Peaks Elem. school . What a wonderful lady to work with. So many great memories & fun times. Then becoming my sister in law. You’ll be missed so much by all. Sending Prayers to your family. 🙏🏻🙏🏻
Love Jackie

Amy Jenkins

February 15, 2020

Karen was one of the sweetest and most selfless people I have ever known. Working with her was a wonderful experience and calling myself her friend was a privilege. My deepest condolences to her children and family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Maria Acosta

February 15, 2020

I first met Karen at Seton Catholic High School. We used to carpool together to ASU for our education classes. Every so often Karen would say, “Do you really want to go to school today”, we would then spend the day together sharing many laughs and great times together. May God Bless Karen and family. Hugs *** and prayers!🙏🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️

Sheila Kopena

February 14, 2020

I first met Karen at the Special Olympics games, and then later got to know her better when I started working in the Apache Junction School District. My father, Peter, also worked with her at Superstition Mountain Elementary School before he passed away. I was very saddened to hear of her passing & she will be deeply missed.

Betty Skiff

February 13, 2020

We were so blessed to have Karen in our life.
I remember going downtown Chicago with Karen to Sears Tower thinking 1983 , maybe 1984..Such a fun filled day. We shared so many laughs.. this is where she started the saying. “For crying out loud” omg I smile every time I think of her.. We have such wonderful memories of her. I will see if I can find some pictures❤️❤️
God bless you all,
Ron and Betty Skiff

Kendra Adams

February 13, 2020

Karen worked for me during at Superstition Mountain Elementary School. I always loved her calm demeanor and warm and loving heart. I was very saddened to learn of her death.
Kendra Adams

Lydia Henry

February 13, 2020

I worked with Karen when we were at Four Peaks Elementary School! She was an exceptional teacher and I admired her so very much. I was so very blessed to have worked with Karen. It saddened me to hear of her passing. May the Eternal Light shine upon her.

Deb Ireland

February 13, 2020

I got the incredible pleasure of meeting Karen through her nephew who is my husband. Karen was a confidant to me, a close personal friend, and someone I could always go to for advice. She spent many years as a caretaker for my daughter, and they both became so close. My daughter misses her Aunt Karen. Karen was a bright star in the world and is missed. Rest in paradise Karen, see you on the other side!