Karla S. Rowe journeyed into the kingdom of the Lord on January 23rd 2019. As she placed her hand into that of The Lord, she left behind all of her pain and suffering. She endured in her earthly form love, joy, sadness, pain, and friendship that created the wonderful person we know. By Gods will, she was transformed and finally free of her earthly binding. The Lord gave her peace when he finally called her name. Through the trials and tribulations of life, she endured and still exuberant light and love into the lives of everyone she touched. She never let the world get her best instead she created abundance amongst famine. Teaching us that material things do not last but love of kin is eternal. As the road before her became tough she understood that her time here would not last. She gave us all of her strength even when her body was weary. She did so in hopes that we would be able to go on living despite our eyes being teary. She loved unconditionally, lived without regret, touched the lives of everyone she met and lived until her very last breath. All of our hearts are broken by her death. The world is a little darker today because her light has gone away. We will all remember her and be overjoyed to see her once more someday. Beautiful Karla was not alone as she passed, gathered at her side was the love of her life and her four children holding her close. Taking her last breath, she smiled knowing that she now was entering the kingdom of her Lord. "Lead me in thy truth and teach me for thou art the God of my salvation: on thee do I wait all the day. Remember O Lord thy tender mercies and thy loving kindness for they have been ever of old. Remember not the sins of my youth not my transgressions. All the paths of the Lord are mercy and truth." -Psalms 25 Karla is preceded in her passing by her parents, Frederick and Doris LaBrie of Elkhart and survived by her husband, James D. Rowe, her children Jason (Sara) Paulson, Tracy (Brian) Campbell, Renee (Brent) Hayes and James (Danielle) Rowe Jr. Her grandchildren; Garrett Paulson, Cameron Paulson, Caleb Campbell, Taylor Klose, Brayden Campbell and great-grandson Kellen Paulson. Her siblings Ann (Gary) Presswood and William (Carla) LaBrie. We all loved her more than any of us could ever find the words to describe. If anyone wishes to contribute anything for the family, we have requested that in lieu of flowers to instead please make a donation to Peterson Hospice as they provided great care and comfort. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Karla S. Rowe please visit our Sympathy Store.
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