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A memorial service for Karen Launsby will be held at Community Covenant Church on Wed, March 29th at 4:00pm. A reception will follow. Below is her obituary.
Obituary for Karen Launsby
(nee Englund), age 77, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on March 20, 2017. Karen passed away peacefully in her home in Kirkwood, MO, surrounded by loved ones.
Karen was born in Chicago, Illinois to Frederick William Englund and Irene Florence (nee Rosenquist) on August 26, 1939. She went to high school in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. She went on to earn a BS degree from Wheaton College.
Karen was married to Ernest Launsby of Boston, MA.
Karen had a giving heart. She served in her church, Community Covenant in many capacities and was a lifelong member. Professionally, she worked at Incarnate Word and St. Mary’s Hospitals.
Karen enjoyed doing for others, Bible studies with her friends, Wii Bowling at the Kirkwood House, knitting and embroidery, eating anything chocolate, and spending time with her family.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Frederick and Irene; and her brother Charles William Englund of Lindsborg, Kansas. She is survived by her sister Lois (Bob) Hirsch of Turlock, CA; sons Brent (Christine) Launsby of O’Fallon, MO; Bron (Shawna) Launsby of Sunset Hills, MO; six grandchildren William, Emma, Cole, Aiden, Chase, and Kaitlyn Launsby.
A memorial service will be held in honor of Karen on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at 4pm at Community Covenant Church, 315 Sugar Creek Rd, Kirkwood, MO 63122. Brian DeLay, of Peine Ridge Church, will be officiating.
We want to thank her many friends of the Kirkwood House, where she resided for the last 10 years, for their show of love and friendship to Karen.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund in her name.
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Join us for our current sermon series and Bible study. We are in the midst of a seven-week focus on vitality in life and church. We will see how we serve the God of life, all life, and that God wants each and every one of us to know the new life that we find in Jesus. We will see how God wants us to thrive as individuals and as a church. In addition to the sermon series, there will also be a seven-week Bible study group so that we can dialog about these themes on life. So join us on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am and Thursday evenings 7:00 pm.
Here are the 7 topics:
Signs of Vitality
Vitality Begins with God
Vitality is in the Mission of Jesus
Vitality is a Movement of the Holy Spirit
Vitality Encounters Resistance
Vitality is a Journey
Vitality is a Communal Effort
Due to the winter storm warning and expected icy road conditions, the worship service scheduled for January 15th has been canceled. Have a safe and enjoyable rest of your weekend.
Due to icy roads and frigid temperatures the church will be closed today. No worship service. Next services will be Christmas Eve at 6pm and Christmas Day at 10:30am.
Due to the inclement weather and dangerous driving conditions expected tonight we’ve decided it best to cancel the concert. However, we will still get to hear and sing many of the songs tomorrow morning during worship and for the Christmas Eve and Christmas services. We hope you have a safe and joyful evening.