Karen Davis

Date of Death: 
Monday, June 24, 2019
Sunday, June 30, 2019 - 3:00pm to 8:00pm
Monday, July 1, 2019 - 10:00am
Acacia Park Cemetery


Ginny L Falcon
I will forever miss you my dear friend.
Lydia and Jim Bielanski
Karen, we are thankful for your wonderful friendship over the years and will always treasure our memories of you and your family. You are deeply missed.
Connie Severin
My heartfelt sadness and thoughts at this time are with Greg and Karen's loving family. As one of my best friends since 4th grade through thick and thin she will truly be missed.
Lauran Qualkenbush
Dear Greg and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Karen was such a special light and amazing person, who constantly talked about her family and couldn't wait to show new pictures of her granddaughter. She always had a smile in her eyes and kind words even when things were hard and she was the most optimistic person! I loved getting to know her, going for blaze pizza together and just seeing her smiling face at work! She will be missed and I pray that fond memories of your time with her will bring you all peace. With deepest sympathy and prayers
Rose Bartnick
To Karen's family I offer my deepest sympathy and prayers. Karen and I worked together at Brinson Partners along with many in the Account Management area. We had many good times as well after work hours especially at one of our favorite places (The Italian Village). Karen always insisted I join her in a cab going home afterward. She referred to me as "her buddy" and when she told me of her illness she remained her happy self! I was blessed to call her my friend. She was a lovely person and loving soul! Im so sorry. Rest in Peace kiddo, and peace to your loving family. I could see how much little Kes brightened your life! Rose Bartnick
Ken Dietz
It would be hard to find someone as generous and caring as Karen. She left a lasting impression on everyone she met. RIP Karen
Erin Wallace
Dear Karen, My pinoy sister in arms. You were so generous with friendship and the positivity that you carried with you that no one could really resist your invitations. You made such a huge impression on your Northwestern colleagues and me very much. Thank you for keeping me on my toes and elevating my spirit on the tough days, dragging me away from the desk to join you and colleagues at noon concerts and other NU social activities. It is so dull now without you here. The world needs more of you. Condolence to your dear family, I wish them all strength in this loss. They will need it. You cannot be replaced. Erin