Home  | About  | Contact

Karen Sue (Estey) Whitcomb

Born: Sun., Jul. 21, 1957
Died: Sun., Nov. 4, 2018


10:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Thu., Nov. 08, 2018
Location: Second Baptist Church

Funeral Service

12:00 PM Thu., Nov. 08, 2018
Location: Second Baptist Church

Print Obituary   Home Page All Obituaries


Karen Sue Whitcomb of Port Byron, faithful and loving wife, devoted mother and loyal friend, died on Sunday November 4, 2018, after losing her battle against liver disease, but winning the battle against sin and death purchased for her by her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  Karen was born July 21, 1957, in Middlebury, Vermont, the daughter of Richard and Lelah (Sumner) Estey.  She graduated from the University of Vermont in 1979 with a Bachelor Degree in Agricultural Economics. In 1980 she married Robert Whitcomb and they would have celebrated their 38th anniversary November 8th.  
Karen was an active member of Second Baptist Church in Auburn.  She was also involved with Christian Women’s Club and the Port Byron Good News Club. The many friends she made while serving the Lord were a great blessing to her.
Karen enjoyed tending to her flowers, traveling, bowling, and spending time with family and friends.  Karen worked for many years on the family dairy farm and was a full time homemaker.
Karen was predeceased by her father Richard, stepfather Charlie Reed, and sister Cheryl.  She is survived by her husband Robert, their children Elijah, Andrew (Carla), Natalie Angers (Nick) and Stephen; grandchildren Caiden, Solomon, Liam and Eden Whitcomb and Braeden and Brody Angers.  She is also survived by her mother Lelah and siblings Deb Cullen, Rick Estey (Christine), Lori Rivers (James), Curt Estey (Heather), and Judy Brown (James), Bob’s siblings Kathy Barrett, Peg Sherlock, Sue Steinhart, Patrick Whitcomb, Julie Heffernan (Bill), Emily Charlebois (Eugene), Jim Whitcomb (Christine), Becky Craft (Tom) and Dave Whitcomb (Amie) as well as a large extended family.  Calling hours will be held Thursday, November 8th, from 10 to 12, followed by a funeral service at Second Baptist Church in Auburn.  

Click to send flowers using our local area florist
Free delivery to our funeral home & save on wire fees
View/Sign the Condolence Book
Your Name:
Your Email:
  Allows family to respond to your message.Emails are not published at this web site.
Message of condolence:
Please note: messages are subject to review before being posted at this web site
 Add Condolence     Cancel

Please note: messages are subject to review before being posted at this web site

Copyright © 2020 Audioun Funeral Home. All Rights Reserved.    | Website by CFS |