Karen Christina Wysong Obituary, Death Cause – In the Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus on March 8, 2023, Karen Christina Wysong, 58 years old, a resident of Washington CH, passed away in a tranquil and peaceful manner. She was encircled by the individuals that she cared about the most. On May 15, 1964, she entered the world in the city of Columbus, Ohio. Prior to the birth of their daughter, both of her parents, Donald L. Barker and Beverly (Dysert) Barker, passed away.
Her future father-in-law and mother-in-law, Kenneth and Ann Wysong, both went away before she did, as did her father. Her father also predeceased her. Karen enjoyed several wonderful vacations in the Great Smoky Mountains, which allowed her to spend time with both her own family and a large number of her closest friends. Karen has completed the course of her life and comes away with many fond recollections of her experiences along the road.
Karen is survived by her loving husband, Wade Wysong, as well as her children, Jimmy (Crystal) Wysong, Chris (Melissa) Wysong, Jason Wysong, and Jennifer (Jeremy) Lindsey, and her eleven grandchildren. In addition, Karen is survived by her dedicated husband, Wade Wysong. Among the people who have continued on after her passing are her mother, her brother and sisters Bradley (Liz) Barker, Myra (Ronnie) Morris, and Dawnea Johns, as well as a number of nieces and nephews.
All of the people who had the good fortune to have known her will be deeply saddened by her loss. At one o’clock in the afternoon on Monday, March 13, 2023, there will be a funeral ceremony held at the Roberts Funeral Home in Washington CH. The service is scheduled to be held there. The burial will take place at the Good Hope Cemetery immediately following the funeral services. On Monday, beginning at eleven in the morning and continuing until the start of the funeral at one o’clock, the family will meet and welcome friends. In lieu of sending flowers, those who wish to contribute to Karen’s efforts to meet her financial responsibilities are invited to do so and will be thanked for their generosity.