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Karen Sue Campbell

  • On March 3, 2023

Karen Sue Campbell, age 65, of Coraopolis and formerly of Kittanning, passed peacefully at home on Thursday, March 2, 2023 after a courageous battle with cancer. Preceded in death by her mother Shirley D. (Wain) Gwin; her aunt, Virginia L. Wain, and grandparents, Jim and Doreen Wain. Karen was survived by her sister Deborah K. Cumberledge (Ray A. Snyder), niece Ashley E. Boarts, great-niece Braylynn N. Buffington, also survived by close friends, Wanda Harrison-Moore, Linda Fox, Tracie Ohren, Keelye, Bob, Morgan (John), and Drew Hoffman. Karen was a loving person to everyone she met. She proudly served her country in the US Army for 38 years.

Family and friends will gather for a committal service and military honors on Friday, March 17, 2023 at 1:00pm at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies 1158 Morgan Rd. Bridgeville, PA 15017. Please meet and line up to the right of the welcome center. In lieu of flowers, please donate to your favorite veteran charity or animal shelter in memory of Karen Sue.

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Ted Campbell
Sue, now you're not in pain. You will be missed tremendously. I will miss you calling me your teddy bear. Love you Sue's. Your cousin Ted Campbell in Florida.
Larry & Jayne Morseman
We are deeply saddened to learn of Karen Sue's passing. Suzie was a longtime friend who was full of laughter and an abundance of character,as well as a kind heart. We met her through the Army Reserve, but her friendship went well beyond her and our years of service. We have so many great memories of Suzie - military, Steeler games, a U2 concert, birthday parties, helping her move multiple times, visits with her and her mom, her visits to NY, and so much more. Suzie will be dearly missed. May she rest in eternal peace. Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss.
Larry & Jayne M.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Karen Sue. Suzie was a dear friend, full of humor and an abundance of character, and under it all a kind heart. We met Suzie via the Army Reserve and remained close even as we all retired out. We are fortunate for the special moments in time we spent with Suzie and greatful for the memories. Memories of Army Reserve duty, Steelers games, hauling totes upon totes of teddy bears each time she moved, visits with Suzie and Momma Midget, 4th of July at Oglebay, more Army, the lunch crew, birthday parties including fun times at Chucky Cheese, hanging with Suzie and Wanda, retirement celebrations, Suzie's visits to NY, and much more. To Debbie and family, Please accept our most heartful sympathy for your monumental loss. May Suzie rest in eternal peace. She will be missed.
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