In Memory

Karen Gibson



 
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04/25/12 12:58 PM #1    

William Schnitzer

Karen and I were friends from 3rd until she passed away. I spoke to her a couple of months before she passed away and promised to see each other at an upcoming reunion. I was visiting her mother and her mother thought it would be nice to call Karen and let the two of us talk. Karen was a very nice that I considered a friend and I think of every time I'm in Casper and drive by her family's home on Coffman. It's sad that many of our brightest and most capable classmates have passed on.


05/31/12 04:34 AM #2    

Franceen Marshall (Hopkins)

Karen was so smart and so funny -- she was always the most fun to be around.  She and I worked on the yearbook together and we spent most of our time  together laughing.  We saw each other a few times after graduation and I always admired her positive attitude throgh some really tough times.  She spent her last few years in Seattle while I was living in Portland, OR and we always meant to get together again -- I'm sad and sorry that we never did.  I was shocked and surprised at herearly death. I'll always have happy memories of Karen -- Franceen Marshall Hopkins


06/29/12 06:45 PM #3    

Judi Holliday (Doing)

I think we all remember how smart Karen was, but some of us were fortunate to enjoy her sharp wit and fun-loving side as well.  Karen traveled with my parents and me to the Seattle World’s Fair in the summer of 1962.  That three-week trip provided many memories of a good friendship.  Unfortunately, I lost track of Karen when I left Wyoming in 1964, but I have since learned that she traveled far and bravely faced difficult challenges.  She was a bright light too soon extinguished, and we all miss her glow.


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