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Karen Lynn Welling

UNION TOWNSHIP - Karen Lynn Welling (MacBrair), 51, beloved wife, mom, daughter and sister, passed away on October 12, 2021. Visitation will be held October 18, 2021 from 10am - 1pm at St. Joseph Home (10722 Wyscarver, 45241). A celebration of life to follow at 8431 Gamma Ct, 45231. Karen was born July 14, 1970 to Cliff and Jan MacBrair. She attended Finneytown High School and Good Samaritan Nursing School. She married Chris Welling January 24, 1998 at Greenhills courthouse and they celebrated in the Bahamas. She was a nurse at St. Joseph Home for about 30 years. Karen is survived by her husband Chris and three children, Dylan, Casey and Courtney. Her sisters Keri Stricker, Kelly Schwegman and Kristi Smith. Her brother Kevin MacBrair. And, her mom Jan (Keller) MacBrair and dad Cliff MacBrair. As well as many extended family and friends. Please visit www.moorefamilyfuneralhomes.com to leave your memories and condolences for Karen's family.

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Karen was not only a fantastic nurse but a wonderful person. I hired Karen and knew immediately she would give compassionate care to the residents at St. Joseph Home. My heart and prayers go out to her family and also the staff at St. Joseph Home. Sr. Lynn Heper, SC

Sr. Lynn Heper Oct 16 2021 5:57 PM

Karen was an outstanding nurse, coworker, and friend. To her family, I am so sorry for your loss. I hope you find peace in all the good memories of her.

Barbara Wilson Oct 16 2021 1:07 PM

Such a wonderful person and great nurse. She loved caring for the residents at St. Joseph Home. She will be greatly missed by her co-workers, residents and their families. God bless her family and give them comfort.

Debbie Kaegi Oct 16 2021 1:05 PM

Karen was a wonderful nurse and coworker. She is truly missed by all. God bless her family and friends in this difficult time of grief and sorrow. Peggy Smith

Peggy Smith Oct 16 2021 9:37 AM

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