Bright-Holland Funeral Home

2601 Lamar Ave, Paris, TX


Karen Lee Lamberson

March 25, 1965January 1, 2020

Karen Lee Gough Lamberson, 54, of Paris, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020. Cremation is under the care and direction of Bright-Holland Funeral Home. Services are not planned at this time. Karen, the daughter of Eddie Hollis Gough & Rebecca Hancock Gough, was born March 25, 1965, in Paris. She graduated from Paris High School. Karen was preceded in death by her father, Eddie Hollis Gough, a sister, Kay Roth, and her maternal grandparents, Morgan & Kathryn Hancock. Survivors include her mother, Rebecca Gough of Paris, a daughter, Kara Vines & husband Lanny of Coahoma, a sister, Kathy Ward & husband Ross of Blossom, a granddaughter, Kenleigh Janeway of Coahoma along with two nephews; Ryan Glover & wife Courtney and Michael Glover & wife Haley. The family requests that memorials be made to New Hope Center, 450 4th Street S. W., Paris, TX 75460.


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Betty Thompson

January 7, 2020

Thinking of you and the family at this time.

Donna Tippit

January 6, 2020

On the first day of 1st grade I met Karen and we became fast friends. That friendship carried us through school and into our adult lives. I will always remember her smile and infectious laughter and all of the good times we shared. Fly with the angels Karen. You will be missed more than you could ever know.

Beverly Loggins McMikel

January 2, 2020

I remember being a cheerleader at Travis Middle School with Karen. So sorry to hear of her passing! God Bless her and her family. I will keep them in my prayers!

Cheryl Christain Stogsdill

January 2, 2020

Cheryl (Christain) Stogsdill

January 2, 2020

So sad to hear of my school classmate and Dear friend! Many good memories! Karen was always full of Laughter! I will miss her texts and calls from time to time, but I will always remember her sweet nature. I'm glad we got to see each other over the last few years. I pray for her family, May God give you comfort that only he can give! RIP Karen!

Alisa Miller Broomfield

January 2, 2020

O my the memories! There are so many! There will never be another Karen! No matter how long we were apart when we talked again it was like picking up where the conversation left off. I loved her like a sister and always will! She was Charlie and I was Half Pint! My heart is so heavy and sad. Always remember all the good. She loved all of you so very much! May the Lord wrap His arms around you all and comfort you. Alisa