Karen Spencer Obituary , Death – On Saturday, December 10, 2022, Karen A. Spencer, also known as Karen A. Spencer née Corbett, a resident of Westminster who had reached the age of 80 at the time of her demise, passed away with her family by her side. She was recognized by both names. She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 19, 1942, however neither of her parents, Paul M. Corbett nor Lois B. Corbett, née Evans, were alive to see her birth. Her parents had both passed away before she was born. She was their daughter in their family. She was the devoted mother of Lee Anne K. Powell, as well as the stepmother to Buddy Spencer, who has since passed away. She was also the grandmother of Buddy Spencer.
The absence of either one of her children is keenly felt. The administrative section of the organization was where Karen worked during her time at London Fog. She had a wonderful upbringing in Ajax, Canada, where she lived with her family during her childhood and ice skated on a daily basis to get to school. Her hometown is located in Canada. Karen was a huge sports fan and well educated about the statistics that were pertinent to the games she watched. Both the Baltimore Ravens and the Baltimore Orioles, two teams who played their games in the city of Baltimore, had her undying support. Singing, reading, going to the movies, and going boating on the Chesapeake Bay were some of the things that she did to pass the time in her leisure time.
Elvis Presley was the artist who she enjoyed listening to the most out of all the musicians. She held her time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren in the highest regard and treasured it deeply. She treasured the time she got to spend with her grandchildren as much as anything else. The family would like to convey their gratitude to the whole staff at Carroll Lutheran Village, who treated Karen as if she were a member of their own family. Karen was given the same care and attention that they would provide to a member of their own family. Karen received the exact same level of care and attention that one would provide to a member of one’s own family, and this care and attention was not diminished in any way.
Those who are left behind include her daughter Lee Anne K. Powell and her fiance Dave, both of whom reside in Manchester; her brother Dennis Corbett, who resides in Florida; her sisters Mary Sue Houk and her husband Bill, both of whom reside in Ohio; and Pat Heflin, who resides in North Carolina; her grandchildren Christian Cannon and his wife Jill of Hanover, Pennsylvania and Nathan Powell and his significant other Tabiee, all of whom reside in Westminster; and her great-grandchildren Bowie, In order to pay tribute to the life of the person who has passed away and honor their legacy, a memorial service will take place at a later date and location.