Karen Hassinger

(Sep 12, 1949 to Apr 28, 2012)

Karen enjoyed working with children and taught Sunday School and Vacation Bible School at her church. Anyone with a problem found Karen a willing ear, a good listener. She was always looking her best with the prettiest nail color. Karen was born with a disability, Spina Bifida. With patience and perseverance she overcame and learned to walk with leg braces. She was a graduate of the Widener School for Disabled Children and went on to college in Johnstown, Pa. rnKaren was predeceased by her best friend, her mother, Theo and father, Joseph. Survivors include four brothers: Ronald, Joseph, Forrest and Kenneth, a sister, Pamela Mayer, and several nieces and nephews.rnCome celebrate her 62 spunky years Wednesday at 6 PM at Daley Life Celebration Studio, 1518 Kings Hwy., Swedesboro where friends may call from 5:30PM. Donations through spinabifidaassociation.org will be appreciated.rn

4 thoughts on “Karen Hassinger

  1. Adrianne Hassinger

    I’ll always remember in your younger years racing your wheelchair through the mall as we shopped. Spunky energetic and full of life. I know now you are just running around everywhere. You will always be remembered! Love Yarnrn”A”rn

  2. Pam Mayer

    When I see the Moon I see your face, and the stars remind me of your sparkling smile. Wen I hear the birds chirping and the Sun is shining, I can hear your voice and when the birds soar I think of you walking around in heaven. You will always be in my heart! Love, Your Sister Pam

  3. Megan Hassinger

    Yesterday is a memory, tomorrow isrna mystery and today is a gift,rnwhich is why it is called the present.rnWhat the caterpillar perceives is the end;rnto the butterfly is just the beginning.rnEverything that has a beginning has an ending.rnMake your peace with that and all will be wellrnrnThere are no good-byes, where ever we are, you?ll always be in my heart.rnrni love you Aunt Karen you will be missed

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