Karen Lynn Randall

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died April 7, 2013

Escanaba, MI
Karen Lynn Randall; devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, age 66, of the Soo Hill/Danforth area, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, April 7, 2013 while visiting her family in Utah.

Born on November 9, 1946 in Escanaba, Michigan to the late Ferdinand (Fred) and Lena (Duncan) Sebeck of Gladstone, Karen grew up in Gladstone and graduated from Gladstone High School in 1965. She married her high school sweetheart, Robert (Bob) Randall on July 30, 1966. After briefly living in Missouri while Bob finished his military time, they moved back to the Escanaba area, built their home of 43 years where they raised 3 sons.

Karen attended Bay College to earn an Associate

13 Tributes for “Karen Lynn Randall

    Bob & family, so sorry to hear about Karen..my thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time in your life…I will keep all of your family in my prayers…may she rest in peace, now she is safely home…

    Dear Bob & family,So very sorry for entire family. I will always remember the fun times times we had years ago. She was always a sweet and fun person. We will be thinking of all of you.

    I remember Karen most from my childhood. We had many family gatherings at my grandparent’s house, Harry and Lillian Randall.
    The entire family is in my thoughts and prayers.

    Our deepest sympathy to all the family-it’s been many years since we seen Karen- we have lived in Green Bay since 1970 but have memories from our earlier years.Thought and Prayers are with you, Sandy(Lynch) and Ray Terrien

    Dear Bob and family…I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Karen…I am so thankful that we got to visit with all of you last July. Just want you to know that we are thinking of you and your family during this difficult time…I won’t be able to make the funeral but want you to know that all my sympathy is with you.

    I am so sad about Karen’s passing, another classmate. She was so nice. To Bob, we say how sorry we are for your loss. It has always been Bob and Karen since I can remember. It tells s how precios we all are. Thinking of you and your family. Tom and Judy Vanlerberghe

    Bob, Kevin, Denise, Bretton and AbbieDon and I would like to express our sympathy in the loss of Karen. She was a very special woman and will be missed by all. May your fond memories of Karen help you during this difficult. Love to all

    To Judy and family, our condolences on your sister’s passing. Take care.

    BobSo sorry to hear about the loss of your wife Karen. Our sympathy to you and the family at this difficult time.

    Well, auntie Karen…we got to say our goodbyes this past weekend. What a beautiful tribute to a beautiful person! You surely are and will be missed by many! We are all holding our own and know that our memories w/ you will provide us w/ comfort and in time there will be peace. We’ll all be checking on your boys and help them through this difficult time, however we know how much they miss you and wish you were here. What a wonderful, mother, sister, daughter, aunt, wife and friend you were to all!

    Bob, I was sorry to hear the news about Karen. My condolences to you and your family, and to Larry Sebeck as well. Hope all of you are as well as can be. Take care.

    Bob and family,I am saddened to learn of Karen’s death as I am certain many of the GHS Class of 1965 are also. Karen will always be remembered as a kind and thoughtful person as well as being a wonderful classmate. May many precious memories comfort you all.

    I didn’t know Karen but it sounds like she was a wonderful lady. Sending my sympathies to the family, especially my friend Larry, (Karen’s brother). Knowing both Karen’s Mom & Dad, it is comforting to know they welcomed Karen “home” for a heavenly reunion.

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