In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society in care of the funeral home.
Karen Earlene Burrow was born March 5, 1951 in Butler, Missouri to James Douglas and Mabel E. (Wilt) Clark. She passed away on March 30 in her home in Roscoe, Missouri.
Karen was united in marriage to Bobby Gene Burrow on September 7, 1968.
Although she held many jobs throughout her life Karen was most notably remembered for her talents in her floral shop, Days Gone By in Osceola, Missouri. Many hours she spent there making beautiful creations.
In addition to raising her two boys and being a loving wife, Karen enjoyed spending time with family and friends. She loved being surrounded by her grandchildren, Huck, Ally, Shelby, and Parker. She took pride in making her home inviting and it was always picture perfect. Anyone who visited always felt at home. Karen loved her pets and took much comfort in spending time with them as well. Many will remember Karen for her witty sense of humor and her kind demeanor. She will be deeply missed.
Karen was preceded in death by her father James Clark, her mother Mabel Clark, sister Sharon Hoffman, brother Jimmy Clark, an infant sister, and infant daughters Liza and Lisa.
Karen is survived by her husband Bobby Burrow, of Roscoe, Missouri; son Shane Burrow and wife Nicki, and children Huck and Ally of Osceola, Missouri; son Chad Burrow and wife Autumn and children Shelby and Parker of Lebanon, Missouri; and a brother Joe Clark, of Bolivar,Missouri.