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Karen Lynn McCormack

Karen Lynn McCormack
August 7, 1965-June 18, 2017
Our beloved Karen Lynn McCormack, 51, of Granby CO. Passed away on the evening of Sunday Jun 18, 2017.
She is survived by her husband, Richard W. McCormack, and Children; Jonathon, Dustin, Michael and Holly. Grandchildren: Alicia, Bryson, Christopher, Katherine, Madison, Kaley and Jake. Siblings, Kristina, Philip, Marie, Paul and Patrick, along with many loving family and friends.
Born in Brooklyn, NY on August 7, 1965, being raised in NJ and FL, living in many places and finally settling in Colorado. Karen passionately loved taking photos, capturing the breathtaking scenery surrounding her to share with her loved ones. She was most happy when near her grandchildren, whom she loved dearly.
She was a spunky, tenacious, fun-loving, hard-working woman with a wonderful sense of humor. Always willing to give of herself, sharing her of love of beauty and life thru her many creative artistic talents. Karen's pure and loving spirit, will forever and always be remembered by all who knew and loved her.
At last being free from pain to be rejoined with many beloved in the Paradise of Heaven. Karen, our beautiful white butterfly and Guardian Angel now watches over us with Love.

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We were deeply saddened to hear of Karen's passing. Know that our family is praying that the love of God and his compassion mercy and love is immersed upon all of the loved ones she has Left Behind. Take comfort and solace in knowing she is in heaven.

John cunningham Jun 28 2017 12:00 AM

On that day
Hard to understand
The feelings that come
Hard to understand
The thoughts that form
Hard to understand
You are gone

Without you here
Without your voice
Without your smile
Without your hugs
Without your support
Without your love
Still have my memories

You will always be
Who understands me
You will always be
Who lifts my spirits
You will always be
Someone I love

These feelings that come
These feelings that go
Some are happy
Some are sad
Some are sappy
Some are bad
All of these feelings

I'm at peace
With you now
Not being here
Not smiling here
Not laughing here
Not loving here
Still feel your presence

The love that is in the air
I know it's from you
You have shown yourself
Now go forth and be free
I release what holds you
Keeping you grounded
Allowing your glory
To blanket our lives

Love be thy name
Karen McCormack

Dustin Perry Jun 22 2017 12:00 AM

Aunt Karen, there are no words and yet so many words to describe the feelings I have. When I think of you, I see you laughing-head tilted back, eyes closed and mouth wide open! It makes me happy to see you happy. Over these many years we haven't seen too much of each other, and yet when we did, it was like no time had passed at all. I wish your time on this earth was not to painful, and I'm glad you are at peace, but my selfishness wants you to still be here. I love you and will miss you.... always wishing we had more time. Tell Grandma I said hello as I miss her very much too!a😢

Jennifer Harned Jun 22 2017 12:00 AM

To my loving wife... my love , my heart, and my soul, I love you with all my heart, you were my everything hun, you were my guidance, my light of each day, I love you and will miss you every second of every day,your love for your grandchildren, your white robe peaking out the door with 4 ft of snow with your cigarette, driving by the house and all I could see was a small glimps of you,..... your cooking to make sure I was always taken care of, your beautiful smile, your love for me, if I could do it all over again I would, watching you adjust to the mountains and gods glory, how you loved the beauty of your new home, you are and will always be my loving wife that I will deeply miss, you tried to make everyone happy throughout what you were going through the love that you shared will live forever I love you my sweetheart, I can't wait to be with you again my love, enjoy heaven sweetheart no more pain my love

richard mcccormack Jun 21 2017 12:00 AM

Being In My Sister's House

A comfort to my soul, we are never alone.
Comforts me to know, how much she had grown.
Appreciating her surroundings, and what made her feel at home.
In all my life I have never experienced so many positive emotions and connections.
ALL, put aside any notion of the past, But to the future!
I absorb the emotion, the visual, the physical
The incredible emotional connection to
God, The Universe, and My Family
Karen has given us a precious gift
There is no time limit in Heaven
But there is on Earth.
Karen will always be here in our hearts
and we should live out our earthly lives
to the best of our ability
because in the blink of an eye
we will all be together again.
surrounded by love and goodness
ks

Kris Jun 21 2017 12:00 AM