Karen Dougherty  December 18 1965  May 29 2019

Karen Dougherty December 18 1965 May 29 2019

December 18 1965 May 29 2019
Karen’s Obituary Karen D. Dougherty, 53, of East Stroudsburg, died Wednesday morning, May 29, 2019, while under hospice care at home. She was the wife of Michael J. Dougherty, with whom she shared 25 years of marriage. Born on December 18, 1965 in Scranton, she was a daughter of the late Gabriel and Ceclia (Wasik) Opello and lived in Monroe County since 1991, moving from New Jersey. She worked as a senior medical writer for Pelton Advantage. Karen was a member of Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church in Tannersville. In addition to her husband, surviving are two daughters, Kathryn Dougherty of Hawaii and Emily Dougherty at home; a brother, Ronald Opello of North Carolina; a sister, Louise McCarthy of Texas; and nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 am on Thursday, June 6, 2019 at Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church, 327 Cherry Lane Road, Tannersville with Rev. Richard E. Czachor as celebrant. Cremation was private and burial will take place at a later date at Laurelwood Cemetery in Stroudsburg. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Karen Dougherty December 18 1965 May 29 2019.

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Death notice for the town of: Stroudsburg, state: Pennsylvania

death notice Karen Dougherty December 18 1965 May 29 2019

obituary notice Karen Dougherty December 18 1965 May 29 2019

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