Karen Sue Laffey
October 17, 1947 – August 31, 2018
Karen Sue Laffey was born on October 17, 1947 and passed away on August 31, 2018
Karen Sue Laffey
December 25, 2018
Christmas brings me back to when your kids were still really young. You'd buy a lot from Sears catalog and when they'd all arrived we'd wait till they were all asleep and open each one and we'd test them out, ringing the bells, pulling the strings and laughing because we were have so much fun. That's the kind of memories I want to savor. Time isn't lessening how much I still miss you but I'm glad you're spending this Christmas with Davy. Kiss him for me. I love you and him very much.
November 7, 2018
Aunt Sue was a natural mother hen. I can remember when I was about eight getting car sick on the way to see her. When we got to her house, my mom told me to clean up the “mess” that I left in the car. Aunt Sue said that I could lay down while she cleaned it up. After she offered to feed me her fried chicken. She was the best cook and my favorite aunt. Love you always Aunt Sue
October 18, 2018
My beautiful Aunt Sue-
It’s never easy saying so long to a loved one and even harder to put into words why it hurts so much.
You had a way about you that made whichever one of us kids you were talking with, feel like the most important and cherished person in the world. Didn’t matter how rotten we had been behaving, you saw the best in us. I will be forever grateful that you were part of my life and that I got to see you just a few months back. It made me feel 10 years old again when you’d said that I’d always had such a sensitive heart! You were loving, kind, sassy and fun. There was never enough time spent with you.
Give my cousin a big hug for me as Davy gave some of the best hugs (must have gotten that from you!) and have fun doing all your favorite things in Heaven with those who were there to greet you.
Pat Laffey Estrada
October 6, 2018
Sue was my sister-in-law, my best friend, my confidant. But most importantly over time we became sisters. We could tell each other anything without judgement. We comforted each other in times of loss. We laughed a lot even at inappropriate times or places. She was the most generous woman especially when it came hugs. She taught me how to hug. She has left behind many who love her and miss her. She was preceded in death by her son, David Campbell. She is survived by a son, Jimmy Campbell and a daughter as well as numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. She has also left behind Tom Chapen with whom she shared 30 years of love and companionship. I love you Sue.
September 30, 2018
She was the best mom that anyone could have no matter what she was by my side I loved her dearly she’s was my rock when I needed someone to talk to she was always there without judgement and wit good advice she lived her life how she wanted and stayed true to her self till the end she was strong smart and had pride and dignity I will. Truly miss you mom I love you always your son