Karen Rawlings
Karen Rawlings
Karen Rawlings
Karen Rawlings
Karen Rawlings
Karen Rawlings

Obituary of Karen L Meeker Rawlings

Karen L. Rawlings, born April 7th 1956 of Brooksville, Fl went to be with the lord the morning of March 30th. Karen is survived by her four children, Candice L.Lamb of Spring Hill, Fl, Maxwell Meeker of Tucson, Az. Brittney M. Pyles of Clinton,Tn., and Rachel L. Rawlings of Brooksville, Fl. She is preceded by her brother Charles Tucker of Phoenix, Az and sister Roxanne Tucker of Arlington, Tx. Thank you all for coming to help us celebrate our Mom, Karen’s life and share our grief at her passing. Mom was remembered as adventurous and had a vivacious energy about her. There wasn’t a problem she couldn’t handle and she had the strength to tackle the world it seems. Her smile brightened any room and her laughter was contagious and infectious. Her younger years were filled with her love of nature which included camping, fishing, swimming the beaches and picnics in the mountains. Her passion was for her pets, both tamed and untamed. Mom was an all-around natural born animal whisperer. Mom never met a stranger, human or animal. Her love would encompass all. We are truly grateful for inheriting her strong likeness and adventurous spirit. Mom left us with many gifts and a better understanding of the world. It was her kind heart being the biggest blessing of them all. May you eternally rest in peace and forever be free. We love you Momma. “Do not be anxious, about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Jesus Christ.” Philippians 4:6,7