Guest Book for Karen Kay Deitzman

Provided by Niebur Funeral Homes

Posted by: Sheryl Freeman
Tue March 03, 2020

GARDEN PATH was sent by Sheryl Freeman.

Leticeia Farmer and family, With deepest sympathies from your T-Mobile Family. Sheryl Freeman, Linda Ostroff, Wendy Pantazis, Vaishali Phadnis, Mike Taylor

 

 
Posted by: Susan SchulzStark
Tue March 03, 2020
From our family to yours deepest sympathy. Sorry for your loss. She was a pillar in the community and a wonderful, beautiful, strong woman.
 

 
Posted by: Janice Swartz
Tue March 03, 2020
Sorry for your. I enjoyed caring for her @ BCC.
 

 
Posted by: Larissa Forshey
Tue March 03, 2020
Karen was a sweet lady who will be missed by many. Keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you comfort to get through this difficult time.

“When a Cardinal appears a visitor from Heaven is near”
 

 
Posted by: Carol Ward
Wed March 04, 2020
Karol and family:  So sorry for your loss.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May she rest comfortably now that she is with Tom again.
 

 
Posted by: Mary Ragan
Wed March 04, 2020
I met Karen last year at grief group and in that short time, I grew to embrace her friendship and conversations. I will miss her but am so glad she is reunited with her husband she missed so. May God comfort and strengthen you all through this heartbreaking time....she is happy now.....🙏🙏
 

 
Posted by: Chris Hodges
Wed March 04, 2020
My deepest sympathy to you and your family Erika. The lord will help ease your pain and you will remember all the good times you've had with her. It is never easy to deal with a loss, but know your not alone.
 

 
Posted by: kay gooud
Sat March 07, 2020
SINCERE SYMPATHY TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.  I AM SO SORRY I DIDN'T MAKE IT  OVER TO BRING FOOD , BUT MY HUSBAND PASSED AWAY AND FUNERAL TODAY SO WAS KINDA IN A MESS.  HOPE TO VISIT SOON.
 

 
Posted by: Edna Schmied
Wed March 11, 2020
I am very sorry to learn of Karen's passing. We met for the first time when our Uncle Cecil Weller died (he was married to my Aunt Ruth) and became friends overnight. I had not talked to Karen for several years but we kept in touch via the internet, though I had not heard from her for awhile. Please accept my most sincere offer of sympathy. Edna Schmied