Karen M. Waterhouse

Karen M. Waterhouse

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Karen M. Waterhouse, 62, passed peacefully October 9, 2018.  
Karen was born May 8, 1956, in St. Louis, Missouri.  Karen was the dear wife of 42 years to John Waterhouse and is preceded in death by her parents Gerald and Rita Day.  Loving mother to Dr. Kim Waterhouse (Donny Trankler), John (Kim) Waterhouse, and Beth Waterhouse.  Dear sister of Gary (Amy) Day, Linda (Ken) Ciszewski, Mary Lou (Bob) Burke, and Mike (Kelly) Day.  Grandma to Drew, Blake, Caleb, Brennan, and Aiden.  A private mass will be held at the St. Clare of Assisi Catholic Church in Ellisville. 
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association in Karen’s memory at St. Louis Alzheimer’s. 
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  1. David & Joyce Orf says:

    We only knew Karen thru her son, John, our son-in-law. We are so grateful for her giving birth to such a wonderful son, husband and father that John has grown to be. Our sincere condolences to Karen’s family.

  2. Cliff Waits says:

    I have worked with John over the last 5 years and have a tremendous respect for his work ethics, determination, and intelligence. His Mom and Dad raised an incredible young man that I’ve grown to appreciate more and more the longer we’re together. I am so sorry that John lost his mom, but know that she will always be a part of him. My wife (Ann) and I will keep the entire family in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Susie Henry says:

    I was Karen’s coworker for several years at the City of St Peter’s. She was a very caring and wonderful person. We had alot of laughs and fun at work, I will cherish those memories always. Karen was very proud of her family and loved them dearly. My thoughts and prayers go out to John and the family. God Bless you all…

  4. Caryn Kohler says:

    I worked with Karen for several years at the City of St. Peters and was always greeted with her warm smile and personality. She always brightened up any room when she entered. I am deeply sorry for your loss. My sincerest condolences to the Waterhouse family.

  5. Tom and Jennie Guenzler says:

    Karen was a sweet, wonderful woman. She and I became neighborhood friends and our children played together frequently. Was so saddened when she got the Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Just heard that she had passed away. John, “Johnny”, Kim and Beth, our warmest wishes and blessings for you, she will be missed dearly by all of you.