Karen Yvonne Maughan

November 26, 1952 - March 28, 2023
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Karen Yvonne Maughan was born on November 26th 1952 in Logan, Cache Valley Utah.  She was the first daughter of Eugene Edwards Maughan and Althea Erva Garner.  She had 8 brothers and sisters.  She married Devon Cottle Maughan, on May 10th, 1974.  They had 3 children, Anthony, Jeff and Angela.  Karen always said she had 6 children after the first 3
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Karen Laney left a message on April 1, 2023:
I had the wonderful opportunity to meet Karen with our service with the City of Joseph pageant. I believe we were immediate kindred spirits. She was so kind and thoughtful always. I loved her so much! I send my love to Devon and Jeff and Angela (you too Anthony--even though I didn't have the opportunity to know you as well). I am so thankful Jeff was able to reach out to me at this time. May you all have the peace the knowledge of our Savior brings.
Shelly Marston Wideman left a message on March 30, 2023:
Sending love and prayers sent your way. Karen was loved tremendously and was a strong and wonderful influence in many lives. She will be missed until we are all reunited again with our Savior.
Russ Tidlund left a message on March 30, 2023:
Our hearts and prayers are with the Maughn Family. Thank goodness for the plan of salvation that we will get to see all our loved ones in the next life. May the Lord comfort you and your family at this time Devon you will never get over this but you will get through it all our love, Russ and Becky Tidlund
Alice Jett left a message on March 30, 2023:
I had the opportunity to meet and work with Karen from 2005 - 2011. Karen was the most genuine, honest, caring person I have ever met. You only had to talk to her for a short time to know just how much she loved her husband, children (all 6) and grandchildren. I will be forever grateful our paths crossed and for her friendship. Prayers for her family and friends.
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