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Karen Lynn Feinberg of Killingworth passed away on Feb. 2. She was born on Aug. 3, 1969, in Middletown.
She was the mother of Kayla Rose Mrowka, girlfirend of Richard Joseph Mrowka, and sister of William Feinberg.
Karen was one of the most loving caring people you could ever meet. While Karen always had a smile on her face, she was struggling on the inside. Karen had battled with mental illness, drug use, addiction, and health problems due to drug use for several years. Even though Karen made many different attempts to bear this disease for herself and for her daughter Kayla, whom she loved more than anything, the disease took over and took her life.
Karen was kind, friendly, helpful, and gentle to every and anyone she met. Karen was the type of person to give you the shirt off her back even if it was her only one. That’s just who she loved being. Karen loved the simple small things in life. She enjoyed sunsets, music, crescent moons, drawing, animals, and most of all her family who are heartbroken by her unexpected passing. Karen will be missed by all her friends and family and will always be sending prayers to her.
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