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Karen Graham

In Loving Memory

Graham, Karen S. (nee Sission)

May 31, 1956 - June 2, 2024

Sunday, June 2, 2024.  Beloved wife of Kevin Graham.  Loving mother of Philip (Danielle) Crabtree, Greg Crabtree, Julia Graham and Derek (Candace) Graham.  Dear grandmother of 5.  Our dear sister, sister-in-law, aunt and friend.

SERVICES:  A celebration of life will be held at a later date.  Contributions to Evelyn’s House of American Cancer Society appreciated.


3 thoughts on “Graham, Karen S. (nee Sission)”

  1. I am so, so sad that our world has lost the beauty that was Karen. She was kind and loving. I’m so sorry, Kevin, that you have lost your wonderful wife–I know you will miss her every day. I wish you, your children, and your grandbabies, peace.

  2. Karen, my dear friend. We had such great times through our years at Family Care Health Centers. Laughing, telling family stories and crying with sadness when our dear coworkers left us. I cried, not only because you were very ill, but also you left us to go to a much better place and we will reunite someday. Your sweet smile and loving spirit will deeply be missed by all. My deepest Sympathy to Kevin
    and to your extended family that rallied around you on your last days here on earth. Love and Peace with all.

  3. Karen was one of the most amazing people I ever met. She affected my life profoundly. Anyone who knew her can say the same. To say that she will be missed is the greatest understatement of all time. She is in a much happier place now, reunited with loved ones and friends and sharing love with all for eternity. It comforts me to know that we will all be together again with her in Heaven some sunny day.


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