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Karen Kay (Tinker) Demoss

October 6, 1950 ~ January 3, 2022 (age 71)


Karen Kay Demoss passed from this world and walked into her glory on January 03, 2022, she was only seventy-one when she passed. Karen was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma to George Tinker, and Edith Tinker. Karen graduated high school and worked as a barber. Karen worked in the profession until her retirement.

Karen enjoyed many things in life she was part of a riding club in her youth and still enjoyed riding up until her passing. Karen had a love of cooking for her family, and always made sure all her loved ones were well-fed.  Karen’s enjoyed nature and her favorite animal was the horses. Still Karen favorite hobby was going caving and exploring the vast caverns underneath the earth, by far her favorite spot to go caving was in Nashville, Tennessee. Karen will be dearly missed by her loving family.

Karen is survived by her daughter, Deborah Aquirre of Seattle Washington, her sister, Paula Jackson and brother, Vaylen McGlothlin, her grandchildren, Mario and Antonio Lago of Seattle, Washington. Nieces and Nephews Lisa Davis, Bryon Davis, Chris Davis, George Edward Tinker, Rory Tinker,  Lacey Tinker, and Jared McGlothlin, Jana McGlothlin, and Jack McGlothlin, and her Godchildren Casey Kelley, Jeremy Kelley, and Lance Hill.

Karen is preceded in death by her father George Edward Tinker, her mother Edith McGlothlin, her stepfather Verl McGlothlin, and her brother Kenneth Logan Tinker.   

Memorial services to be held at a later date.  Arrangements under the direction of Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home, Jay, Oklahoma.


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