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Karin Alena Redfearn

ALEDO-Karin Alena Redfearn passed away Saturday, December 7, 2019 at the age of 51.
Celebration of life: 1 p.m. Friday, December 13, 2019 at Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel, Pastor Rodney Whitfield officiating.
Karin was born to Howard and Claudia Lambert on Monday, September 23, 1968 in Los Angeles, California. Karin loved scrapbooking, archery, motorcycles, attending plays, the Victorian Era and the Southwest. She was a Senior Associate for a pharmaceutical research company for more than 20 years. She had a love for helping anyone and everyone and enjoyed life to the fullest every day. She was a loving daughter, wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend and will be deeply missed.
Survivors: Husband, Lee Redfearn; parents, Howard and Claudia Lambert; daughter, Mikaela Haynes; son, Dalton Redfearn; son, Cody Redfearn; sister, Kimberly Purto and husband, Steve; sister, Kristin Herbst and husband, Josh; nephews, Luke Herbst, Noah Herbst, Connor Purto and Gavin Purto; and many friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Aaron & Amanda Gibson

    Karin was a sweetheart and will be sorely missed! God has certainly added an angel to his number.

  2. Stephanie Fleming RN

    Karin always made me laugh and I will miss her greatly. I know she is singing with the angels now. I will miss her bright and shining face. She was absolutely one of my favorites.

  3. “Motivation is everything. You can do the work of two people, but you can’t be two people. Instead, you have to inspire the next guy down to the line and get him to inspire his people” Lee Iacocca.
    I’ve this sentence printed on my desk and every time I look at it, it makes me think of you. This was exactly your extraordinary capacity as Global Project Manager, to inspire your team. I felt to have been very lucky to have the opportunity to work with you, learning something new every day, how to face issues at work and how to face life. You never gave up, you have been here, for your team, till the last moment and you have been strong for your family till last moment. It will be hard to keep going without your contagious smile and your guidance, but we will make it, for you.
    You will be missed Karin

  4. My condolences.

  5. Karin,
    I remember when we first met in 11th grade, we hit it off instantly! We had big plans for our futures and for both of us in our old age – I will always remember my best friend from high school – we didn’t get to spend much time with each other after school was over – our paths took different ways and places – you were always in my thoughts and prayers. I send my Love to Mikaela – you had the best Mom ever, and the Lambert Family – thank you all for always making me feel like a part of your home and family. Thank you Lee for making Karin’s final years better than she ever imagined they would be! As for Karin – I (as with everyone) didn’t get enough time with you – your laugh (giggle) I will never forget – I will never forget our friendship – thank you for teaching me to be strong – I Love you lots! and I will see you again – now you have no more pain of this life – we will rejoice in that – But you WILL be missed! Hugs and Kisses from Cali!

  6. You will always be my KK. My heartfelt condolences to my aunt and uncle, her sisters, husband and children. She was a ray of light when we were children and I’m certain she carried that with her always. Soar among the angels my sweet girl .

    All of my love,

  7. I am so sorry to hear about Karin’s passing. I worked with her many years ago and learned so much from her. She loved her daughter fiercely – my heart breaks for her family.

  8. I feel so blessed to have had the opportunity to work with you and know you Karin. A wonderful lady, a shining star and an inspiration. My sincere condolences to your family.

  9. Passionate woman who knew how to encourage people and support your team.
    You will be deeply missed Karin

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