Karen Dykstra Obituary, Death – Karen Dykstra, a devoted individual who has been a part of our volunteer group for a very long time, passed away on September 1st. The news of her departure has created a vacuum in each and every one of our hearts, and we are going to miss her very much. One of the people who has contributed to the world becoming a better place than it was before Karen entered it, Karen is one of those people.
Her work has contributed to making the world a better place, and for that I am grateful. She spoiled her two adopted cats, who went by the names Lucy and Bert, and she was there for them whenever they had assistance. She was always there for them. She had a deep and abiding love for cats her whole life, so she decided to devote some of her spare time to helping out at the local animal shelter.
Karen also underwent training to become a dog walker, and she finally walked our “blue dot” dogs, which call for a higher degree of knowledge and understanding than our other dogs do. However, the golden compassion in her heart wasn’t limited to felines; it also included canines and other species of animals. She also demonstrated compassion toward the natural environment that surrounded her home, which offered protection and shelter to a broad range of creatures during the course of the year.
As a result of her kind actions, the natural environment flourished. Her house was encircled on all sides by woods. Everyone who knew Karen and had the chance to work with her laments the fact that she is no longer alive. This is true both for people who worked with her and for people who simply knew her. We are thankful that we had the chance to get to know Karen, and we want all of her friends and family members to know that they have our love and that we hope the best for them.