Margie A. Karpan

May 25, 1934 – Oct 18, 2017

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Obituary

Margie A. Karpan

Margie A. Karpan, a 47-year resident of Federal Way, died Wednesday morning, October 18, 2017. 

Margie was born on May 25, 1934 in Rhineland, Texas.  She met and married her husband Lloyd Leon Karpan in San Diego, CA in 1954.  They were married over 63 years.  She was a beloved wife and mother and will truly be missed.  Margie and Lloyd did everything together and she loved visiting with her family and friends.

She is survived by her husband Lloyd, her 4 children, Doug, Dave, Kim, and Lori, her brother Gene Brown, 4 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren, and many friends. 

A Funeral Mass for Margie will be held Friday, November 10, 2017 at 11:00AM at St. Theresa Catholic Church, 3939 SW 331st St, Federal Way, WA 98023.

 

Guestbook

David Karpan
Bothell , Wa
Nov 14, 2017

Dear Mom, I canít thank you enough for you love and wisdom. You were an amazing Mother, you taught me to love, respect, work hard, learn and to be a wonderful husband and father. I owe this all to you. I miss you so much and love you more than words can articulate. I will miss making candy with you during the holidays, like we do often did! Your proud son, Dave!

Douglas W. Karpan
Duncanville, TX
Nov 10, 2017

To the most wonderful woman in my life. By the Lord's infinite mercy, may his perpetual light shine upon you.

Michelle Yim-Karpan
Bothell, WA
Nov 1, 2017

Miss Margie,

What a true blessing it has been for me to have met you and Lloyd.

Thank you for raising such a wonderful son that I am so very blessed and proud to share my life with....

I will miss your stories of picking cotton, raising the children and your life with Lloyd. You are a true gracious Southern lady and I will miss you very much.

Love, Michelle xoxo

David Karpan
Bothell, WA
Oct 31, 2017

I love you very much Mom. I will always miss you. Your loving son, Dave!

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