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Casdorph & Curry Funeral Home

110 B ST, Saint Albans, WV

OBITUARY

Karen Denise Shuck

December 4, 1956September 13, 2020
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Karen D. Shuck, 63, of St. Albans, passed away unexpectedly September 13, 2020. She was born December 4, 1956 in Charleston, the daughter of Mary Ellen Campbell, of St. Albans, and the late Jack Lee Shuck. In addition to her father she was preceded in death by her son, Joshua David and step father, Chilton Campbell. Karen was retired from the State of WV where she was an executive secretary for the director of the Dept of Rehabilitation for 19 years and 8 more within the department. She was a member of First Baptist Church, St. Albans. A loving mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, and friend who will be missed by all who knew her. She was one of the strongest and hardworking woman that you could ever have the pleasure of knowing. She is survived by her daughter Jessica Morgan Price and her fiancée Josh Lasure, of St. Albans, Cain Price, of Nitro, Gunner Roberts, of St. Albans, Jacob Price, of Grand Rapid, MI, and Griffin Lasure, of St. Albans, Hunter Lasure, and Hailey Lasure, both of St. Albans, sisters, Melody Taylor, Mary J. Robinson, brothers, Jack Shuck, and John Shuck (Tina), and a host of family and Celebration of Karen’s life will be 4:00 P.M. Sunday, September 20, 2020 at First Baptist Church, St. Albans with Pastor Joel Harpold officiating. Gathering of family and friends will be from 2 until time of service at the church. Online condolences can be sent to the family at www.casdorphandcurry.com

Services

20 September

Visitation

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

First Baptist Church


Saint Albans, WV

20 September

Celebration of Life

4:00 pm

First Baptist Church


Saint Albans, WV

Memories

Karen Denise Shuck

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Joyce Dirickson-Rollins

September 20, 2020

Was so very sorry to hear of Karen’s passing.
May her families memories of good comfort them and give them peace.
Memories from HHS,
Joyce Dirickson Rollins

Jim Quarles

September 20, 2020

Karen and I worked together and were good friends at the WV Division of Rehabilitation Services. She was always good natured and a joy to be around. I was genuinely encouraged and inspired by her ability to endure the many adversities in her life which she faced with courage, determination and above all through her professed faith in our Lord Jesus Christ. She will be sadly missed and always remembered.

Steve and Janie Hill

September 20, 2020

We have lost yet another beautiful, beloved soul in our WV Rehabilitation Center family. Karen was so loved & respected for her many contributions to our mission, but most important, she was loved as our friend, always with her smile & compassion for us. We cherish those memories & mourn for her loss. Gone way too soon...heartbroken. She loved you dearly, Jessie. I know all of you will carry her beautiful legacy and memory forward with the same love she had for you. Our love & prayers are with you!

Carissa Davis

September 20, 2020

Karen was a joy to be around. I will miss seeing her around town.

Donna Smith

September 20, 2020

Donna Smith

September 20, 2020

Karen, over time life took us down different paths, yet you never failed to show me love, give me a hug and make me feel at home the times I saw you these past years. I never stopped loving you and you were still my sister-in-law no matter where those paths took us. Rest in the arms of Jesus. He was waiting with His arms open wide.

Jeanann Leone

September 19, 2020

Karen and I worked at the Rehabilitation Center. She was always so sweet and upbeat. I'll never forget her smile and good heart. Gone too soon!

Debbie stowers

September 19, 2020

I was privileged to work with Karen many years ago at C&P Telephone Company. Although I did not work with her an extended period of time she was everything her obit stated..hard working and the sweetest person you could ever meet. My prayers are with her family.

Mary Robinson

September 19, 2020

Jackie, Melody, mother Mrs. Campbell and family
As former next door neighbors, Billy and I would like to offer our deepest sympathies to you all. We have fond memories of all of you. Unable to attend services but we will be praying for everyone.
We have lost a brother, Beeps and sister, Jeanne so we know how you feel. Jesus can share your burden and dry your tears.

Love and Sympathy
Mary & Billy Robinson

Debbie Lovely

September 19, 2020

There are some lights that still shine even after they’re extinguished. Though Karen is gone, our love for her isn’t. She will always be in my heart and memories. A beautiful soul who brightened the lives of all she knew. I will miss you dear friend but I will hold you close to my heart and will never forget your warmth and smile. My life was better for having known you. Rest In Peace.

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