Karen A. Demeuse

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died September 19, 2020

Karen A. Demeuse, age 79, passed away Saturday September 19, 2020, at Christian Park Health Care Facility in Escanaba.

Karen was born August 12, 1941, in Escanaba, the daughter of Sulo and Helen (Lehtovanri) Auer. She was raised in Rock and was a 1959 graduate of Rock High School. Following high school, Karen enrolled in college in Elkhart, Indiana, where she received her dental assistant certificate. She later went on to receive her Certified Nursing Assistant certification and worked for many years at Bay Shore Home Health until her retirement. She was a member of St. Joseph Church in Perkins and enjoyed spending time with her family at their cottage on Farmer Lake. She also enjoyed dancing and spending time with family and friends.

Survivors include:
Sons: Anthony (Vicki) Demeuse
Thomas (Robyn) Demeuse
Daughter: Sherry (Mike) Demeuse-Kossow
Grandchildren: Jason (Macie) Demeuse
Shelby (Karter) Wallace
Great Granddaughter: Jaycee Demeuse

Karen was preceded in death by her parents, Sulo and Helen.

Funeral services will be held privately at the convenience of Karen’s family. Karen will be laid to rest in the Rock Cemetery. The Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County are assisting with arrangements.

7 Tributes for “Karen A. Demeuse

    Lovely lady… I will always remember her.. many fond memories of Karen at camp… her friendship was a true treasure!!

    I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Karen. I remember when I was a senior in High School, we used to hang around together with the girl from Finland. Karen was such a nice person, she will be missed.

    Dear family. Was so very sorry to hear of Karen’s passing. Long ago she and your dad were our wedding attendants. Your mom was one of the very best. Every time we visited, she would tell us how wonderful you kids were. And we agreed with her. Our prayers are with you and may all your memories heal your heart. Jack and Sherry Harrison

    Spent many hours as kids playing . Running in the woods, building forts of branches or freezing making snow forts. Noses running
    but not feeling the cold. Going to the Fair on her birthday. Made a lot of our own fun.

    I am so sorry to hear about Karen’s passing, she was a special woman.
    My thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

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