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Karen Mann

Karen Mann

Tuesday, March 20th, 1945 Sunday, February 28th, 2021

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Obituary

Obituary for Karen L. Mann

Karen L. (Binkley) Mann, 75, of Chambersburg, PA passed away Sunday, February 28, 2021 in Menno Haven Rehabilitation Center. Born March 20, 1945 in Harrisburg, PA she was the daughter of the late Ernest Albert and Esther Selma (Green) Binkley.
Mrs. Mann was a homemaker who enjoyed spending time outdoors and traveling with her late husband.
She is survived by a son, David K. Mann, IV and his wife Kim of Lebanon, PA and a grandson Jordan D. Mann and his wife Shannon of Palmyra, PA.
In addition to her parents she is preceded in death by her husband, David K. Mann, III, who passed away May 3, 2007.
A graveside service will be held 1:00 P.M., Friday, March 5, 2021 in Norland Cemetery, 2295 Philadelphia Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, PO Box 96280, Washington, D.C. 20077 or online at www.arthritis.org.

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    Friday, March 5th, 2021 | 1:00pm
    Norland Cemetery
    2295 Philadelphia Ave
    CHAMBERSBURG, PA
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    Friday, March 5th, 2021
    1:00pm
  • Interment

    Norland Cemetery
    2295 Philadelphia Ave
    CHAMBERSBURG, PA
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email |

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Barbara Jean Mann Wallesz and husband Dave

Karen was part of the Mann family for over 65 years. We grew up together as neighbors and friends in Rutherford, outside of Harrisburg. That was a time when kids could be kids. We played baseball on the dirt road in front of our house; cut trails through the blackberry bushes to build a fort in a nearby field; walked to the little store in town to hang out. Karen loved going to the movie theater in Paxtang to see the great movies of the 1950's.
Later our families combined when Karen and David were married. Even though some of us moved to other parts of the country, Karen and David remained close to their roots in Harrisburg and eventually Chambersburg. Our families stayed in contact through visits and the old-fashioned way--letters. Karen never forgot a birthday, anniversary or special occasion, we could always expect a Hallmark card in the mail.
Karen was not just a sister-in-law, she was a friend and we considered her a sister. We shared all the joys and sorrows that all families go through. She was loved. She will be missed.

Barbara Jean Mann Wallesz and husband Dave
Comment | Posted at 03:49pm via Condolence
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Amy Patterson

Aunt Karen, we are going to miss you so much. You were one of the strongest women in my life, handling hardship with grace and courage, smiling through pain like a ray of sunshine. Your unconditional love for my daughter, Emma, meant so much to me over the years. She will always remember the trips to the American Girl store with you, and the way her doting Aunt Karen cheered her on through every accomplishment.

Your love of family was ever-present, and we loved you dearly in return. Thank you for being a light in our lives, an ear when I needed to talk, and one of the kindest women I'll ever have the privilege to know.

Love, Amy, Chad, and Emma Patterson
Comment | Posted at 05:52pm via Condolence
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Diana Katanic

My dear Karen I will miss you very much. You have been a part of my life since you were a little girl. I feel so blessed to have been able to talk to you every day for the past year. We both enjoyed our chats. I will miss you every day. We have shared a lot of family history together. May you rest in peace. Love , Diana and Joe Katanic
Posted at 06:55pm
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