Karen M. Benedict's Condolences

To Bill and Family please accept our deepest sympathy for your loss. So sorry. Mike and Mary Manning
— Mary Manning     mmanning120376@gmail.com

So sorry to hear of Karen''s passing. I have great memories of going to the Kriz house in Limestone and vacationing with the family. I still have "Gunk" - Karen gave to me when I was young.
— Leigh OConnell     leigho82@hotmail.com

My condolences to Karen''s family.
— brian vecellio     brianjvecellio@gmail.com

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that on the eve of Karen’s funeral, the colors of the northern lights graced the skies above Bradford. Even nature thought it fitting to pay tribute to this very caring soul. I have known Karen since my youth. I was most aquatinted with her during our days of working concessions at the Antonian Hall in Lewis Run when the K of C used to have Bingo there on Wednesday nights. We also crossed paths at other Church functions, and yes, when she organized those famous pancake breakfasts. I enjoyed working and conversing with her. Karen’s passing is certainly a profound loss for the Catholic community as well as the community at large. I have come across many people the last few days whom she either hemmed a dress for or did some other kind of sewing work. She certainly will be missed. My deepest condolences and prayers to her family and friends.
— Craig Cuthbertson     cuthbertson.craig@gmail.com

So so sorry to see that Karen has passed. the Kriz family was a very important part of our time in Limestone. Loved them all. Our kids were friends and Elnora and George were great mentors. We even had the nerve to vacation once with our 7 and their 6 kids. Love to Elnora. The O''Connell Family
— Mary Lee OConnell     maryleeoc@gmail.com

Karen was a classmate and dear friend through 12 years of school. When I got married she was my one and only bridesmaid. Karen made the maid of honor and bridesmaid dresses. She was beautiful inside and out, so smart, talented and kind. Sending my heartfelt condolences to all of her family.
— Lisa Maley     lisa.maley@comcast.net

To all of Karen’s family - So very sorry for your loss. She was a very special lady. Keeping you all in prayer.
— Cindy Greek     cmgreek@atlanticbb.net

.To Bill and family. So very sorry for your loss. Karen was a very special lady and will be missed very much. Our prayers and thought go out to yiu. May God bless.
— Larry and Suzie Fox     larrysuziefox@yahoo.com

Condolences to all who knew her
— Larry&Marianne Lucco     llucco@comcast.net

I am very sorry to hear this sad news. Karen was a wonderful classmate. She was always willing help and was kind to everyone. Karen’s obituary revealed what she valued most in life… family, Church, and community! This world will miss Karen. My thoughts and prayers to all her family.
— Jim Lucco     jameslucco@gmail.com

Karen always had a smile and a kind word for everyone. She was an amazing seamstress, and she will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
— Mary Hamer     mpathamer01@gmail.com

I’m so sorry for your loss. My condolences to Karen’s family and friends. Rest Peacefully!
— Brian Corbett     bcorb226@gmail.com

So very sorry to see you go sweet friend. Many prayers for your family and all who love you. I''ll always remember your many kindnesses to me, those beautiful blue eyes and your gentle ways all through school and I wish we had been closer as adults during the crazy busy years of raising our families. Rest in peace Karen. You have left the world a better place and you will be missed. ??????
— Diana Himes Combs     dianacombs59@gmail.com

Karen was a wonderful woman who brought so much joy to so many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Claude and Kathleen Brown
— Kathleen Brown     Mkathleenb@yahoo.com

We are sorry to hear of your loss.
— Stoney,Becky,Max,Michael Greenberg     stoneygreenberg@verizon.net