The family of Karen Irwin uploaded a photo
Friday, November 15, 2019
Ginnie Blackwell posted a condolence
Wednesday, May 22, 2019Our sincerest condolences to family & friends of Karen. We will miss her. From Karen's poll worker associates in Winfield.
anne wright posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 21, 2019Many years ago Karen insisted on a Thank you lunch. Like others I was tested to determine if I was suitable to donate. We went to Long Valley Brewery! We laughed when they brought out this wooden small glass holder to sample beer. Mind you neither one of us were beer drinkers. I remember her laugh, thankful attitude, generous heart, love of her family. We shared, and laughed in the outside patio with a soft breeze kissing our cheeks. Your in the arms of your father dear lady.
Christina Pearson posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 21, 2019My deepest condolences to the family. Karen and her big beautiful smile and warm hugs will be missed.
len crowder posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 21, 2019I am so saddened by Karen's passing. We have been friends for over 40 years. My wife Denise and Karen went to middle school together and kept in touch all their life. I was just talking with Karen recently and we discussed my upcomimg cruise to Italy and how much she wished she could go. Whenever I come to NJ to visit family Karen and I would find a way to spend some time together. I will miss so much. My sincere condolences. Len Crowder from Ocala Fl.
Robin Murphy posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 21, 2019I am so very sorry to hear about Karen's passing. She was such a wonderful human being. One of the kindest and most genuine people I was blessed to know for decades. Her goodness will be sorely missed. God bless you and give you peace Karen. I will never forget you.
Carol Cascio posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 21, 2019Karen was not only my best friend but we became cousins through marriage. We had a bond that lasted for 50 years and i cherish each and every moment and memory spent with you.If anyone was prepared to meet the Lordit was you sweet Karen. I know you greeted him with that big smile of yours and be took you in his open arms. Our last words were of love and prayer for one another and i thank God for that I miss you my friend, i miss you.If love could have saved you you never would have gone. But God wanted to end your suffering. May you Rest in Peace my friend. I'll love you forever. Carole. And as you always said God Bless
Phyllis Montzi Byko posted a condolence
Tuesday, May 21, 2019I was so sorry to hear about the passing of Karen; her and I were good friends in middle school and high school in Elizabeth; she was a beautiful friend to have. Please accept my condolences. R.I.P Karen.
Rebecca Spencer (Becky) posted a condolence
Monday, May 20, 2019Karen was a dear friend and a beautiful example of Gods Grace. She always thought of others first, showed loving kindness beyond measure and had a positive attitude. She always talked about her children and grandchildren with such love and admiration. I’ve know Karen for 20 years and she encouraged me through some very tough times. She was a true friend. I served with her at our Single Moms group where she always showed love, kindness and compassion. Beside for all that, she was just fun! She loved people. And she loved Jesus. While I know she would never want to be separated from her beloved family and friends, I know she is safe in heaven with Him. I will miss chatting with her on the phone, lunch dates, praying with her and her beautiful smile. Her friendship was a gift that I treasure. ❤️