Karen Jannette Street

Karen Jannette Street passed away on Wednesday June 24, 2015.  An enthusiast of gardening and golf, she will be remembered by her loving family and many friends.

She is survived by her husband Butch and daughters Michelle and Heather and son Mike, sister Janice and niece Jamie, brother Dan, and sister Amy and niece Teresa and nephew Craig.

In lew of flowers please donate to either Pasado’s Safe Haven or the Everett Gospel Mission as she also loved helping animals and people.

Her memorial is being held at the Trilogy Crystal Room at Redmond Ridge on Tuesday, June 30th 2015 between 10 AM and Noon.  The address is 23225 Northeast Greens Crossing Road, Redmond, WA 98053 (425) 216-1355.


7 Responses to “Karen Jannette Street”

  • Judy and Bud Berns says:

    Dear Karen,
    We will miss your smile, your infectious laugh and your joy of life.For bringing the color of your flowers to our yard and your friendship.
    Sleep well.
    Judy and Bud

  • Tera McCormack says:

    Karen, you will be missed, your beautiful smile. The love and compassion you had for cats. Rest peacefully–

    Tera McCormack

  • Carl Turpin says:

    I was very saddened to hear of Karen’s passing,although I didn’t know her very long I loved working with her,and will miss her great sence of humor. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. May you find comfort in knowing she is resting peacefully in our Fathers arms.

  • Sandra Dumont says:

    So saddened to hear of Karen’s passing. She was my co-worker, boss and friend; always so good to me. Karen was an amazing woman, with a great sense of humor!

    You will be greatly missed, Karen, but I am confident I will see you again one day at home with our Lord! 🙂

    Thoughts and prayers for your many friends and family who miss you so much!

  • Danny Edwards says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with Butch, and Karen’s entire family, for their loss, our loss… Karen was an amazing woman, and will be missed by so many…


  • Karen Sutton says:

    Karen was my friend for 20 years. I will miss her laugh and her ability to accurately keep track of all of her strokes as well as mine and Butch’s at the same time. :0)

    Karen loved her family, her cats, her garden and golf. She was also a good friend to many. I hope she has found peace and is on a fairway somewhere with the Huck and Bumblelion.


  • Bob Crowley says:

    Her favorite phrase was “hakuna matata”….(No problems- from the Lion King)…she’d say that even when there were problems all around…we will all miss her.

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