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Krusinowski, Karen A.

October 1, 1944 - April 2, 2017

Karen A. Krusinowski was born October 1, 1944 in Chicago, Illinois and passed away on April 2, 2017 in Plano, Texas.

She is survived by her daughter, Lisa (Todd) Edge, Son, Robert Krusinowski; grandchildren, Michele, Jame & Lauren Brink and her loving brother, and sister -in-law Ronald & Joanne Krusinowski.

Karen was preceded in death by her loving husband Robert (Bob) Krusinowski.

The family will receive friends at 6:00 P.M., Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at Aria Memorial Chapel.

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252


7 replies on “Krusinowski, Karen A.”

Shanna Culver says:

Karen was elegant and enchanting. She had a twinkle in her eyes and was one of a kind. It’s no wonder she was a former model. Such a beautiful spirit and the life of the party. She gifted me a genealogy research spark by sharing her research tips many years ago. She had a zest for life and I enjoyed hearing her talk about her captivating trip to Italy. I thank God for knowing her and enjoying her love and friendship.

Diane Petrofsky says:

My thoughts and prayers are with the Krusinowski family. While I didn’t know Karen personally, he is a friend of a dear friend, and we now know each other on FB. Robert is an amazing man, raised obviously by a wonderful mom.

Ron Krusinowski & Joanne Biga says:

Total shock! We were just talking , that morning, about her & Robert flying out for our wedding celebration. Robert called us that afternoon to inform us of her passing.
We will miss her and our Sunday morning phone calls. Some were short but this last one was the longest phone call we ever had. She was always in a good mood and when she wasn’t she would make light of what was wrong. She is now with my brother and together they were, in spirit, at our wedding. Love Ron & Joanne

James Bendinelli says:

To the Krusinowski family, please except my condolence. I an my wife are both from the east side, Karen lived a couple of blocks from me, I went to High School with her. I remember Karen as a happy and energetic person, God bless her and may she rest in peace. Jim & Marianne Bendinelli

Marisol Perez says:

To the Krusinowski please accept my condolences. Karen was a nice woman. With all what Robert told me about her. I was not able to meet her but because of how her son is I feel like I met her. Karen raised a wonderful son. I am truly sorry for your loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. God bless all of you.

Carmella Vest says:

To the family:
I met her a few years ago at the library where she volunteered..we always got there about the same time…we got to talking and developed a friendship.I never knew her last name..but started talking about the trip to Italy with her son.She was so excited to go …I think I only saw her once or twice after the trip…I was so proud she got to go..She loved my name..I am so sorry she was a sweet lovely lady..and I have missed seeing her..Much love and deep sorrow to your family…

Gaylene Ortiz says:

I, as many, am saddened by the loss of such a wonderful human being. But, I know she will be with Robert in spirit, looking over, which gives me great comfort. My heart and prayers go out to the Krusinowski Family and all her friends that loved her. She will be truly missed. I am glad she left a mark on my heart and so happy to have known her. Love, G.

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