Karen Dodge

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Karen Dodge

March 21, 1953 - January 03, 2019

Karen Dodge Karen Dodge, loving wife and mother crossed too soon due to complications from cancer on January 3rd, 2019. Funeral service will be in Luna New Mexico at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 12:00 noon on Saturday, January. 12, 2019.

She was born March 21st 1953 in Los Angeles California to John Derrick and Grace (Laney).

She attended High School in Reserve, New Mexico then graduated from Coconino High School in Flagstaff Arizona in 1970.

She is survived by her husband Tommy Dodge; her sister Ann Hooser (husband Walter); and her brother Robert Derrick (wife Pam); three children, Randy Warner (wife Janice) Kimberly Warner and Rusty Warner (wife Kristel); her four grandchildren, Kendra Warner, Derrick Warner, Chase Warner and Stella Warner; and two great grandchildren Treyson and Mirandi Warner.

Karen was known for her musical talent, she played many musical instruments by ear. She also had a beautiful soprano voice which was a pleasure to all who heard her. Karen was an exceptional entrepreneur, having many successful businesses including a bookstore where she won an all-expense-paid trip to London England, a health food store with her sister Laverne Amos, an esthetician skin care business and as a massage therapist, to name a few.

She had a very likeable character, an uncanny ability to teach people about health & natural healing by helping people in a deep and positive way by how she lived day to day. She was a strong believer in our Savior Jesus Christ, in service, hard work and a wonderful knack for solving problems. She could turn the simple things in life into special moments, and she will be greatly missed.
Published on January 14, 2019
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2 posts

Donnie Amos
Feb 05, 2019
Evan tho we had our differences, I always did, and do, love Laverne's sister!
Anthony
Jan 30, 2019
I am so sorry for your lost, death is something that never feels natural. We have all lost someone and ask God to help easy the pain of the love we feel that has been lost. I hope that your family and friends are able to find comfort in knowing that your love one is resting now, and has the hope of the promised resurrection that is promised to us from the Bible (John 5:28,29) The scripture at Rev. 21:3,4 is so dear to my heart because it shows us that our creator cares that we go through pains and trials, and will put a stop to not just your or my pain, but worldwide. I hope you find comfort from the best source of comfort, Romans 15:4, 2 Corinthians 1:3,4.