Karen Bomberry

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Karen Lynn Bomberry
August 12, 1964 - November 8, 2022


It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved Karen. With her hubby, Lynn, by her side, Karen embarked on her journey home to be reunited with her beloved daughter Melissa (Orpha) and parents ‘Lizzie’ and ‘Shelby’.  Survived by her loving husband of 35 years, Lynn Travis, children Nicole (Haoyadihoh) and Shelby; grandchildren Lance, Shailee, Taylor, Carlynn, Tylea and Brantley, and great-grandson Chauncey; Siblings Dorie (Bill), Johnny, Dave, Laura and Anthony (Connie), auntie Sandra and Brenda, and uncle Junior (Kathy); and her loving Bomberry family, Geri (Alex), Kerry (Reva), Robin (Robin) Clint (Kathy), Dayle (Julie), Neale (Kelley), Luann (Brian), Connie, Candy (Jay) Glyniss (Andy), Doyle (Casey). Also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends around the world.  Resting at the homestead, 3327 5th line, Ohsweken after 6pm on November 9th where Funeral Service and Burial to follow on Friday, November 11, 2022 at 11am.  Arrangements by Styres Funeral Home, Ohsweken.  www.rhbanderson.com

Condolences

Posted by Brenda Mt.Pleasant on
Sincere condolences to Karen's family.
Posted by Dave and Kathy Jamieson on
Condolences to all that loved her. She was such an outgoing person and so friendly. She will be greatly missed in our community.
Posted by Glenda Porter on
Condolences to her family and friends
I will miss her
Posted by Deborah Bomberry on
My sincerest condolences to your family Karen.You have been a great inspiration in so many lives.You have been loved by so many.You rest in peace with your sweet Melissa.You will be for sure missed by everyone,especially your family.
Posted by Andrea East on
My condolences to Lynn and Karen’s family. Karen never minced words. She was a straight talker with a laugh that softened her delivery.
Service above self. So sad to hear this news.
Posted by Becky Hill on
Sending my condolences to Lynn and the kids. I didn't get the chance to see her often, but I'll always remember our inside jokes and her laugh.
Posted by Connie Jamieson on
Sincere condolences to family and friends on your loss. Karen was a strong caring force who made a difference in our community and will be missed.
Posted by Ron & Hazel Johnson on
Our sincere condolences to Lynn and Family in the loss of your wife, Mother and Grandmother. It is hard to believe that Karen has passed on. She truly was a hard working fellow employee while employed at Commercial Leasing and then the Director of Housing at the Six Nations Council. May she rest peacefully in Heaven’s Beautiful Garden.
Posted by John & Vera Monture on
Our sincere condolences to Lynn & family on the loss of Karen. She will be dearly missed.
Posted by Neah Anderson on
Condolences from our family to yours.
Posted by Ken, Wendy, Kevin and Jackson Dick on
To Lynn and the entire Bomberry family our deepest condolences. We will miss Karen dearly. Much love to all.
Posted by Steven Williams on
My Condolences to your family, She is not suffering anymore. RIP.
Posted by Helen Banes on
I'm still at a loss for words but wanted to send love and hugs to all the he Bomberrys this evening. I loved and will miss Karen so much. She was always an inspiration to me when it came to her kindness and her motherly love to her children, grand children, friends and husband Lynn. Stay strong and know ya'll are loved by sooo many ❤️
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