Obituary of Karen Elaine Kreager
Karen Kreager, 80, of Summerville South Carolina entered eternal rest on December 30, 2021 at Hallmark Health Care in Summerville South Carolina.
Karen was born June 12, 1941 in Detroit Michigan.
Karen is survived by her two daughters Terri White and Elaine Valbert (Lani).
She is also survived by her grandchildren Elonnie James, Dominic Valbert, Christopher White, and Michael White.
Also, survived by her great grandchildren Hailey Mills, Breanna White
Our Mother, Our Angel
As we look back on memories we forgot we had, and at times we smile even though it hurts so bad.
Our mother was a special woman, and no one can take her place.
We will find a peace of mind when we remember her smiling face.
Our mother is an angel now; she flies high above the rest, and in our hearts always and forever she will be the best.
She has earned her wings, and it's time for her to fly.
We know it hurts; no one is ever ready to say goodbye.
She knows we do not understand and that we cry at night,
But as we finally drift off to sleep, let her memory hold us tight.
She will be our guardian angel through the rest of our life,
Helping lead us on the path between what's wrong and right.
Our mother loves us so very much, and her love will always remain true.
Please don't ever think for a second that our mother will forget us.
A mother's love is like no other in the whole world, and she has the most wonderful memories of her two daughters.
She has taken them with her as she's flown away,
Up to Heaven free of pain, which is her new home to stay.
So although we cannot see her and we wish she could be here,
Our mother can always hear us, and our mother will always care.
A mother does not forget the two greatest loves of her life,
And she loved nothing more than being our mother.
She is so proud of her family, and that's in her heart to stay,
Even though she's an angel and has had to fly away.
So as we cry your tears, remember our mother's love
Being sent to us from her, from the beautiful Heaven above.
She will be there through our good times; she will be there through our bad.
She'll be there when we are happy, she'll be there when we are sad.
Our mother has become and angel now; it is her time to fly,
And you will never know how badly it hurt us to watch us have to say goodbye.