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Vancouver Funeral Chapel

110 East 12th Street, Vancouver, WA

OBITUARY

Karen G. Brown

March 12, 1958February 7, 2020

In loving memory of Karen G. Brown March 12, 1958 to February 7, 2020

Karen is survived by her husband, Eric, And Son, Johnathan Dennis and his wife Jessica.

Karen is a proud member of the United States Army serving as a combat nurse and being stationed at the very prestigious Presidio Army Base in the Bay area of California.

She spent her life serving others. From funeral services to volunteering for veterans’ groups to taking care of needy individuals as a home care provider, Karen always put other people before herself.

Karen’s service will be held Mon, March 9th starting at 12:00 pm with a celebration of life at Vancouver Funeral Chapel. Procession behind the Patriot Riders will begin at approximately 1:15 and inurnment at Willamette National Cemetery from 2:00 to 2:30pm. Please view Karen’s life story at www.vancouverfuneralchapel.net.

Services

9 March

Celebration of Life

12:00 pm

Vancouver Funeral Chapel

110 East 12th Street
Vancouver, WA 98660

9 March

Graveside Service with Military Honors

2:30 pm

Vancouver Funeral Chapel

110 East 12th Street
Vancouver, WA 98660

Memories

Karen G. Brown

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Eric Brown

February 28, 2020

Eric Brown

February 28, 2020

As Laurel Stated, Karen was a great salesperson and we enjoyed many free vacations over the years. On year in particular we got an all expenses paid vacation to the Four Seasons hotel in Jackson Hole. After the main awards banquet and dinner, we got a private concert from John Oates (of Hall and Oates fame). There is a picture of Karen and the famed elk antler arch in downtown Jackson Hole and another of Karen and I at 9000' elevation at the lodge for the awards banquet.

Laurel Brown

February 28, 2020

Karen had an unbelievable love towards animals, she loved and cuddle each one with tenderness and kindness. Karen was an amazing saleswoman, not only could she sell but she had amazing at follow-up and each of her clients got her very best. We were blessed to have her as a Daughter-n-Law. She will be missed.

Eric Brown

February 28, 2020

Karen loves her babies. This is Amira. Karen is greatly missed. That's Cato in the chair behind her.

Jessica Dennis

February 23, 2020

Johnathan (son), Jessica (daughter-in-law) and Mom on her son's wedding day
We love you, Mom.. ❤

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY