In Memory of


Obituary for Karen McKeehan-White

Karen Ann McKeehan-White, 67 of Russel, Iowa formerly of Green Castle, Missouri entered eternal rest on Monday, August 28, 2017.

Karen was born December 4, 1949 the daughter of Faye Leroy McKeehan and Thelma Ilene Sayre.
On August 24, 1996, she married Dickie Ray White.

She is preceded in death by her parents, a brother Jimmy McKeehan, infant twin children, Tracey Rae McKeehan and Lori Ann McKeehan.

Karen is survived by her husband, Dickie Ray White; three sons, Jason and Tracy Robinson of Novinger, Missouri, Jeremy and Ann Robinson of St. Louis, Missouri, Brandon and Aayla Green of Kirksville, Missouri; two step-sons, Joe and Sarah White of Canton, Missouri, Mark and Tiffany White of Livonia, Missouri. Nine Grandchildren; Brittani Butler (Ryne), Chris Green, Richard Robinson (Trish), Breanna Salcedo (Daniel), Tyler Robinson, Makenna Robinson, Evan Robinson, Paige Robinson, Chandra Bunch, Autym White, Gage White, Zayn White, Rayven White and Hunter White. Eight great-grandchildren; Karen is also survived by her two sisters; Cheryl Bragg of Novinger and Connie (Gary) Davis of Kirksville, Missouri
Karen spent most of her life growing up in the Green Castle and Novinger area, graduating from Novinger High School. She loved the outdoors, camping and fishing. Karen enjoyed her friends and devoting her life to raising her family. She had a great sense of humor, loved playing cards, especially pitch and watching Walker Texas Ranger. She especially enjoyed the holidays when she could bake and spoil her family at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Karen was a go getter with a warm soul that would do anything for anyone. She loved people and her family and lifeā€¦.

A visitation is planned for Wednesday, August 30, 2017 from 5:00p.m. until time of service at 7:00pm. Services will be held at A Simplified Funeral Solution in Green Castle, Missouri. Inurment will be held in the Green Castle Cemetery on Friday, September 1, 2017 at 6:30p.m.

Memorials are suggested to the Family and be sent to the funeral establishment