Michels & Lundquist Funeral Home
Karen A. Moore,64, passed away March 8, 2017. She is survived by her husband Charles Trapasso , loving family and a host of friends .
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John Sutton posted on 3/17/17
Karen,My heart is grieving your loss.You was a great a great friend.We shared many laughs together.I will miss you dearly.Til we meet again.Love ya.
charles trapasso posted on 3/17/17
i still cant belive you are gone i will allways think about u and love u
all the good times we had your smile and how you cared about me and others your loveing husband charles
Woozie posted on 3/17/17
I remember how you would always be there front and center no matter what. I remember how we would get in the car and go on adventures, I remember all the fun we had, I love you momma!
I still cannot believe this is real. I love you and miss you so much.
Tanya Warner posted on 3/15/17
Mrs. Moore, I have so many memories of you growing up. The most memorable moment is when u grabbed me out of my house to find Karen (inside joke). You were a tough cookie but I know u had a soft spot for me. You will be greatly missed by ur beloved children, grandchildren, extended family and friends. May your spirit live on forever. Watch over Karen and her children. She needs you the most right now.
Timia moore posted on 3/15/17
I will miss you much grandma Karen i may not have seen you in a couple years but I have many memories from young. I could still hear u call my name mia it was just the way you said it i loved it. I love you and miss you.. RIP
Robert Seckel and Cathy Tyler posted on 3/14/17
Karen, Robert says: I will miss you at work, I really enjoyed working with you. Cathy says: I will miss hearing about how Robert picked on you and that you were going to tell me so I would kick his butt.....we will both miss you....with love, Robert and Cathy
Linda C. Heatherly posted on 3/11/17
She was a good soul, we worked together in the grocery department at Walmart for years. She will be missed.
May she rest in peace
Michael Starks posted on 3/10/17
Everyone at the Indianapolis Public Library sends condolences to our colleague Karen Moore, daughter of the deceased, and her entire family. You are in our prayers and thoughts.
Aya posted on 3/10/17
Aya will miss you very much ♡
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