Karma Jean Ivory Kar­ren

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Karma Jean Ivory Kar­ren passed away 2009) and the peace­fully in her Farmington home sur­rounded Salt Lake In­ner by her lov­ing fam­ily on Jan. 18, City Can­non 2017. She was born on June 30, 1949, the Ward Mis­sion fifth of six chil­dren born to Howard and (2014-2015). Jean Crowther Ivory in the small town of Karma was Roo­sevelt, Utah. an ex­cep­tional

At age 4, Karma and her fam­ily moved wife, mother, to Springville where she was raised and grand­mother, made many fond mem­o­ries with her sis­ter, aunt sib­lings, fam­ily and cher­ished friends. and, es­pe­cially, Dur­ing that time, Karma met the man of friend. Ev­ery­one her dreams, J. Craig Kar­ren, and courted who knew Karma him while he served as a full-time mis­sion­ary felt like they were her best friend. Karma for The Church of Jesus Christ of lived life to the fullest and was able Lat­ter-day Saints. Karma grad­u­ated from to check off her never-end­ing bucket list Springville High School in 1967 and was that in­cluded so many fam­ily and friends awarded the Sterling Scholar in Busi­ness in her quests. Award. Af­ter she grad­u­ated from high She is sur­vived by her hus­band, Craig school, Karma’s fa­ther was as­signed to Kar­ren; their chil­dren: Scott (Heather), work for the U.S. Gov­ern­ment in In­dia. Michael (Donna, fi­ancé) and Kather­ine Karma and her younger sis­ter, Kathy, (Dan) We­binger; grand­chil­dren: Lexus, moved over­seas with their par­ents. While Kate­lyn, Caleb, Gavin, Kennedy, Porter in In­dia, Karma spent her time work­ing and Brook­lyn; two lov­ing broth­ers: Tom for the U.S. Em­bassy. Soon af­ter mov­ing (JoAnn) Ivory and Keith (Pat) Ivory; three back to the U.S., Craig re­turned from his sis­ters who meant the world to her: Mau­rine mis­sion and the two love birds were mar­ried (Larsen) Boyer, Mary (Philip) Brown on June 4, 1970, in the Salt Lake LDS and Kathy Stokes; and a brother-in-law, Tem­ple. Rob Stokes. She was pre­ceded in death

Craig and Karma lived in At­lanta, by her par­ents and her youngest child, Ge­or­gia, while Craig at­tended den­tal Brooke. school and Karma worked as an ac­com­plished Fu­neral ser­vices were held Jan. 26, le­gal sec­re­tary for the Cen­ter for 2017, at the Shep­ard Creek Ward in Dis­ease Con­trol and Preven­tion. Dur­ing Farmington, Utah. In­ter­ment was in the their time in At­lanta, their old­est son, Boun­ti­ful Lake­view Ceme­tery un­der the Scott, was born. Af­ter their time in At­lanta, di­rec­tion of Brown Fam­ily Mor­tu­ary, San­taquin. they moved to Boun­ti­ful, Utah, where they were blessed with three more amaz­ing Thank you to all those at Qual­ity Home chil­dren: Michael, Katie and Brooke. Health & Hospice Ser­vices and the Utah

Through­out her life, Karma was a faith­ful Can­cer Spe­cial­ists for the never-end­ing mem­ber of The Church of Jesus Christ love and de­vo­tion that was shown to our of Lat­ter-day Saints, serv­ing in var­i­ous sweet wife, mother and grand­mother. Our lead­er­ship and teach­ing po­si­tions. Karma hearts are full for the ex­cep­tional care of and Craig served two full-time mis­sions: the lov­ing staff at Brown Fam­ily Mor­tu­ary. the Cal­i­for­nia, Ven­tura Mis­sion (2008-

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