Karen Sue Falvo  December 13 1951  October 29 2020

Karen Sue Falvo December 13 1951 October 29 2020

December 13 1951 October 29 2020
Karen Sue Falvo, passed away Thursday October 29, 2020 at the age of 67, in Scotland Manor, St. Clair. She was born December 13, 1951 in Hamilton, Ohio to the late Francis and Dorothy Falvo. Karen suffered from early-onset Alzheimers. Karen left Detroit, MI after graduating from Cass Technical High School and traveled, mostly on foot to California. She settled in Oakland, CA with long time partner Junious Snead. Karen worked in the court system, along as a legal secretary for legal firms. She loved to have fun and a good laugh. Karen loved art, creative writing and traveling. She is survived by her sisters Dolores (Jim) Harkins, and Carol Bryant; brothers, Don Bryant, Jim (Angelica) Bryant and Tom (Kathy) Bryant; nieces and nephews, Jenny (Bill) Bryant-Dixon, Becky (Matt) Cooney, Matthew Bryant, Vanessa Bryant, Ty Bryant, Cody Bryant, Randyl Bryant and Katlyn (Christopher) Eastman. Cremation has taken place and a Private memorial service will be held. Arrangements entrusted with Young Funeral Home, China Twp. To share your memories, thoughts, and prayers please visit www.youngcolonial.com To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Karen Sue Falvo please visit our Sympathy Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Karen Sue Falvo December 13 1951 October 29 2020.

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  1. Dear Karen’s relatives, even though we don’t know each other we would like to express our sincere sympathy. It is very painful to lose beloved ones.
    We would like to share comforting thoughts from the Bible. The Holy Scriptures assure us: ”And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous” (Acts 24:15). In the future God will restore good conditions on the earth, all people will be happy and joyful like Karen was. There will be no borders and everyone will travel all over the world, Karen too.
    So you have a hope to see and hug Karen again.
    All these good things are possible thanks to the God’s Kingdom that millions pray for: “Let your Kingdom come…” (Matthew 6:10)
    We can imagine what a joyful will be when our Creator, Jehovah God, will resurrect all dead ones!
    If you have any question we can answer on them with pleasure.

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