VERCHOMIN, Karen Anne

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It is with heavy heart and sadness that we have to announce the sudden passing of Karen Anne Verchomin of Leduc, AB at the age of 50 years, from a very brief battle with cancer.

She will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 24 years, Michael Bradford; sons Reed and Samuel along with honorary daughter Sara Porter; her parents Roman and Dorothea Verchomin; sisters Christine Verchomin (Lionel Gartner) and Patricia Pellett (Ian Pellet); brother Taras Verchomin; niece and nephews, relatives, friends and many, many pets.

Karen’s love of life and family, sense of adventure, her ability to make people laugh, and her smile will be deeply missed and loved by all.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at Daystar Church, 3610 Gaetz Road, Leduc, AB.

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Celebration of Life
Daystar Church

3610 Gaetz Road (Corner Rollyview Road and Range Road 250)
Leduc, AB, CA

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Monika & Andreas Korte

We send our deepest sympathy and a lot of energy to the future.
R.I.P.
Your cousin Monika Korte with her husband Andreas, from Germany.

Jeff & Joan Carter

Mike, Reed, Sam. We are so sorry for your loss!! We will always remember Karen cheering the boys on at hockey and all her smiles and happiness she brought around everyone she met. She will always be in our hearts ! The Carters

Len and Linda Grainger

We are all so saddened with your loss and we do share the tears that everyone else has shed. You will all be in our hearts, including you Karen, during theses difficult times. She was most definitely an incredible women and a great lady!! We should all be so proud of her.
Hopefully may you all find some comfort soon!
xox..

Terrie Nystrom (caron)

I was so sad to hear the news that Karen had passed away . My heart and prayers goes out to her husband, kids, sisters , brother, mom and dad and all her family and friends !! Karen had the most beautiful smile! She will be missed ! It’s so hard to see so many leave this world at such a young age ! My condolences……

Audrey Ouellette

I always liked your girl, Doris. We had good times didn’t we all then. Thanks to Karen, we got to meet you and your crew., and of course again, thanks to Karen, Arnie (Annie) had a great home and life.
Love to you, Audrey.

Bernie & Audrey Ouellette

We remember Karen with a great deal of fondness. Her tenacity in life and ready smile were always up front. She had no problem sticking up for herself. Thinking of you guys. Your family has always had a place in our hearts.

Laura, Neil and Delaney

Karen’s friendly, honest and peaceful nature will be incredibly missed. Our families have many great memories boating and camping together that can never be replaced. Thanksgiving became a camping tradition where we shared good company, many laughs and a delicious feast every year thanks to Karen’s hard work. Always making sure everyone around her had what they needed and felt included, Karen has one of the purest hearts I’ve known. She leaves a void that will affect us forever. Our deepest sympathies go out to Mike, Reed, Sam and Sara. Wishing you peace and fond memories during this difficult time.

Karen Wiesner (Sloan)

I met Karen through my sister Charlene and was immediately impressed by her smile. Every time we ran into each other she always took the time to have a quick chat and ask about our parents and the rest of the family. We are so sorry for your loss.

Michael Tkachuk

My condolences to Karen’s family. I remember her from High School as being an intelligent and fun loving person who was very kind. She made an indelible impression on me that has lasted. Grace and peace and may you find comfort in her memory.

Cheryl McEwan

Michael, Reed, Samuel, Christine and family, we are so very sorry to hear about Karen’s passing. She was a wonderful soul and we though the world of her. We pray you find peace in the wonderful memories she left with you and in knowing how much other people loved and respected her. Peace be with you. The McEwan ‘s

Jennifer Nelson

I am so sorry to hear this news. Karen, Patricia, Christine used to have so much fun. She was the beat room mate ever. We won “how well do you know your room mate” night at the begining of the residence year at RDC. We just met! She would bring all kinda of animals to residence each week. You never knew what ahe would bring. Baby ducks. Her Freckles❤️ Many good college memories! Had some good fishing days on the ocean too. Hugs and prayers to all of her family.
Jennifer and Derek Nelson

Travis and Brenda Mullin

So saddened to hear the news. Prayers to you Mike and your boys. God bless.

Bonnie Lentz Belzevick

My deepest condolences to the whole family. It’s been years since I’ve seen Karen, but I will always remember her laughter and kindness. She was the type of person you were instantly drawn too. My love and prayers go out to all of you. xoxo

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