Karen Ann Thompson

June 13, 1954November 5, 2018

Karen (Kari) Ann Thompson, 64, passed away November 5 after a lengthy fight against MS. Reunited in heaven with her parents, Clinton and Dorothy Thompson and sister Joleita Thompson, who preceded her in death. Survived by her brother Craig (Ester) Thompson and sisters Lauralee (Chuck) Hensley and Nancy (David) Magoon. Also, survived by numerous nieces and nephews. She was employed by the City of Pueblo for over 20 years before becoming ill. Karen loved animals, especially her 2 cats. She also, loved gardening, singing at church, and sewing. Viewing will be at 9 a.m. Monday, November 12, at Imperial Funeral Home followed by her Funeral Service at 10 a.m. We would like to Thank Life Care Center of Pueblo and Jack for all your care. On line condolences can be offered at


  • Survived by her brother Craig (Ester) Thompson and sisters Lauralee (Chuck) Hensley and Nancy (David) Magoon. Also, survived by numerous nieces and nephews

  • Dave Magoon
  • Joshua Magoon
  • Chuck Hensley


  • Visitation Monday, November 12, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, November 12, 2018

Karen Ann Thompson

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Cindy Coy

November 12, 2018

Kari, Sue and I became instant friends when they welcomed me to Temple Baptist Church in the fall of 1969. The three of us formed a singing trio that participated often in Temple’s services. Kari had a beautiful singing voice, a contagious smile and I can still hear her ever present laughter. I love you my friend and will miss you until the Lord reunites us all in Eternity❣️

Craig Thompson

November 11, 2018

Karen was my older sister and we shared a lot of memories together, some good and some bad. When we were in elementary school we lost our younger sister Jolieta in a car accident. That was a tragic time for our entire family, but we all pulled together and made it through . On a lighter note Karen and I took swimming lessons at the City Park and tennis lessons at South High. I don't think either of us was very good at either activity, but we had fun. Karen loved singing and did well at that, performing many times with her friends at church. We shared many activities at church and I will miss those times we shared.I don't know why Karen developed M.S. and probably never will. I wonder how much more she would have contributed to the world if she hadn't been dealt this hand.
You will always have a place in my heart Karen, I love you.

Judy Leach

November 11, 2018

I worked with Kari for many years at the City of Pueblo. I truly admired her bravery and perseverance in working and dealing with her illness. She was a wonderful person. Beautiful outside and inside. Due to a prior commitment I will be unable to attend her services, but my thoughts and prayers are with you all.