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Condolences for Karen Larsen-Graham

Sharon MartinMonday, October 11th

I met Karen in 2009 when she lived in Kissimmee and I lived on the Space Coast. Our love for the group Il Divo brought us together but our friendship grew beyond that. She was one of the kindest and most generous friend that I had in my life and I miss her so much. I am blessed to have known her.

Irene RileyTuesday, October 12th

I too met Karen through IL DIVO and her beloved SEBASTIEN and became friends.
Karen invited me to stay with her when I flew from UK to Florida to see IL DIVO, it was home from home with her cats who I also love.
We would change into our pj's and watch TV in the evening.
Karen showed me where to park in Disney.
I used to get her nerves because of her breathing I would say" are you OK?" stop saying that but only concerned but it never stopped her doing anything.
I loved Karen, her cats and her beautiful home in Florida wish I had the money to buy it.
See you one day Karen miss you x

Meilee MartsFriday, October 15th

I know Karen through French connections and her love of France. A very warm and witty lady. Her political views were very important to her and she was a very concerned citizen. Karen didn't have her tongue in her pocket which I loved about her!! She was fun, kind and thoughtful. I will miss seeing her on Facebook. I had no idea she past away. God Bless and keep her. Much love to you Karen. I hope your beloved cars get rehomed. Xxx RIP

Dori LonginoFriday, October 15th

I'm so heartbroken to learn of your passing. You were my cousin, my friend and I loved and appreciated the stories you shared with me about your memories of the time you spent with my parents. I'll miss our talks. Until we meet again. Much Love

Bevrley ColeFriday, October 15th

I became a facebook friend with Karen - some 15 years ago. We connected through a mutual friend Eleanor Wilson- and shared a love of Paris and the wonderful music scene there through Eli. The three of us lived in 3 separate countries. Eli in the U.K.-Karen in the U.S. and me in Australia. ffI was shocked and saddened to learn of her passing. I'm surprised how affected I was at the loss of someone I've never met- and will miss her. I'm sorry our paths never crossed in person. Vale Karen- you will always be remembered.

Roberta GalonFriday, October 15th

I had the pleasure to work with Karen at a resort in Orlando, FL. She was quick witted and had a tremendous talent. I am fortunate to own one of her handcrafted dolls. Karen, you will be truly be missed. Love you!

Marcy RogersSaturday, October 16th

We had three Karen sister-in-laws in our family--my mom was #2, Aunt Karen #3 and this Aunt Karen that I didn't meet until 1995 was #1. It was Grandma's idea.

We briefly re-aquainted over Facebook & Messenger and I found a lovely woman who had held her own, having raised three (New Jersey) boys and seemed truly okay with life.

I remember you with admiration, Aunt Karen #1.

Isabelle FillionSunday, October 17th

Last time we meet, l remember the pizzeria in Paris and all the good food we ate. Karen was tired but happy to be in Paris and ate with Cécile and me. It is difficult to realize that we will never meet again ... many thoughts for her family ... Bisous.

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