Karen Nancy Egbert Weber

June 3, 1935 - February 9, 2021


Karen Nancy Egbert Weber, age 85, passed away on February 9, 2021.

Karen was born in Seattle, WA to Delbert Wade Egbert and Vida Crane Egbert.

Karen is survived by her 3 children, Kami Brown (Joe), Daryl Forslund, Shelley Anderson (Tim); 5 step-children, Dan Weber (Laurie), Steve Weber (De), Rick Weber, Gary Weber, and Pamela Weber; 16 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren; her brother, Wayne Egbert and a very large extended family.

She was preceded in death by her husband Jack.

Karen spent part of her childhood living in Spokane and Ellensburg, eventually moving back to Seattle where Karen would attend Cleveland High School, graduating in 1953.  She later took community college classes in interior design and computer science.

As a young wife, Karen started her family shortly after high school, supporting her children’s interests in orchestra, band, art and Girl Scouts. She took sewing lessons while her kids were young and loved to make clothes and costumes for them.

Karen worked for Frederick and Nelson, Gary’s Paints and Jarvey Paints. She was known for her attention to detail and friendly, knowledgeable customer care.

Karen volunteered for the Northwest Kidney Center, in the early 1970’s, clipping coupons, writing two cookbooks and even modeling in a benefit fashion show!

Karen met the love of her life, Jack Weber, in 1974.  They married on April 26, 1979 and spent many years together enjoying their family, traveling, the opera, the symphony, gardening and outdoor adventures. 

Karen spent her golden years living in Auburn with her daughter, Kami and Kami’s husband, Joe.

Graveside services for Karen will be held on June 3, 2021, at 3:00 pm, at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Seattle, WA.

Donations may be made in Karen’s memory to The American Heart Association, The American Lung Association, The American Cancer Society, or the charity of your choice.

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Laura Dulemba
Laura Dulemba
16 days ago

😪 You will be missed sweet aunt

Joshua Brown
Joshua Brown
16 days ago

Thank You Grandma for all the wonderful things you taught me through out my life. You passed on your wonderful sense of humor to us all. I learned about patience, love, and laughter from you. As well as a couple repeated stories of my youth. 😜 I love you and miss you immensely.

5 days ago


Chuck & Sharell Horath
Chuck & Sharell Horath
5 days ago

We’ll treasure the precious times we talked and laughed with you Karen. We will miss you greatly. A perfect Auntie. ❤️

Horwath Family

Last edited 5 days ago by Chuck & Sharell Horath