In Memory

Karen Copeland (Wilcox)

Karen Copeland (Wilcox)

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04/02/23 05:17 PM #1    

Linda Gillette Channing (O'Reilly)

Karen and I started our teaching careers together at Shawnee Elementary School in September of 1970.  She taught 6 th grade and I taught 4th.  We had a great year..many laughs...drinks....we even learned how to play bridge!!  It was a great start to our perspective careers.

Rest in Peace Karen.  


04/03/23 01:30 PM #2    

Joe Earl Ridgeway

I remember smile and kindness. 

04/03/23 10:16 PM #3    

Nancy Kay Neil (Klausing)

Always kind and smiling!  RIP Karen.


04/05/23 08:09 AM #4    

John Edward Stauffer


04/06/23 01:22 PM #5    

Joyce Lee Greetham (Federer)

Karen and I were friends from kindergarten through high school. We lost touch after that but I will always remember her and the fun we had swimming at mirror lake. I send condolences to her husband Mike and all of her friends in Ohio.

04/07/23 12:02 PM #6    

Melinda Lou Ferguson (Sherman)

I remember sharing giggle-fits with Karen during church choir rehearsals and English classes. She had such a good sense of humor and was so sweet.I'll remember her also for her twinkling eyes and beautiful pony tail. My sympathies to her loved ones. 

04/08/23 10:31 PM #7    

Janice Micha

Karen and I were friends and classmates all through our Roosevelt School days and continued our friendship through high school.  She was a fun, cute, smart, and nice person.  Karen had a beautiful smile and was always friendly to everyone. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

04/09/23 07:35 PM #8    

Durrell Burden

Karen and I became friends during our years at Roosevelt and stayed friends u til we graduated.  She was always kind and easy to talk with.  

04/13/23 10:24 AM #9    

Judy Ann Langstaff



Karen was one of my very best childhood friends  We met  in 3rd grade at Roosevelt  and were in the same classes 3rd through 6th.We were neighborhood pals and played almost everyday.I lived on Dale Dr and she lived across the street and 5 houses down. Saddened by her passing ,but it has also brought back a flood of magical memories. ...playing Barbies, making tents over the clothesline and playing army and nurses with mighty warriors like Gre Bietry and Gordon ,Hart,along with the Rampe boys,kickball and baseball on the island between our streets , planning shows on the swing set as if we were circus performers and charging 5 cent per ticket,jacks and marbles,dressups  ,and and sleepovers in Miller's garage.scared senseless by neighborhood boys in the middle of the night!! ,camping trips in my family pink trailer.... often we imported Janet Graham and Janice Micha into our shinnagans.Karen was sweet and friendly and always willing to to accept our play adventure of the day. She was always impeccably dressed with matching accessories and had more barrets and headbands than a diva.And that beautiful ,full ponytail that bounced regally as she walked . She was always gracious about sharing her toys , which unlike mine were in prestige conditions with all their parts well organized. Rest In Peace my dear friend and thanks for the magical memories.



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