Karen L. Kelly

10/7/1958 ~ 1/12/2023

Karen L. Kelly, 64 of San Antonio, TX, passed away January 12, 2023, unexpectedly at home surrounded by family. Born October 7, 1958, to Ann & Dwain Christensen in Sonora, CA.

Karen loved animals, helping people in need, and most of all her family. Karen did foster care for over 8 years helping problem teen girls. She ran an Auto Body shop out of her garage and showed all us girls how to work on cars. She was also a CNA for many years working in Nursing Homes. She later got her Medial Assistant/Phlebotomy license. She also practiced Reiki.

Karen studied Wicca and got her 3rd degree Priestess and was a Temple Head at Sacred Moon Garden Temple. She invited people of all faiths to gather at her Peace Tree for prayers and meditation. She was a mentor teacher at Correllian Nativist Tradition.

Karen met the love of her life Ron Sorensen in 2004 and moved to San Antonio, TX.

Survived by her husband Ron Sorensen; children, Laurie (Stephen) Moser, Jamie Bruno, Marie (Kevin) Rasband; step-children; Kari, Scott, Brian, Dawn Sorensen; grandkids, Seth, Zack, & Jace Moser, Braxton Bruno, Zylyn, & Phoenix Sorensen; Kaden (Mirisa) Rasband ; foster girls Brandie Marie and many others. Preceded in death by her parents, brother Paul Davey, grandkids Shallisse Miller, Michael Rasband. A Memorial Candle Light Vigil was held February 12, 2023. Online condolences at rasmussenmortuary.com

5 Responses to “Karen L. Kelly”

  1. David Sparks says:

    Safe crossing dear friend. You inspired the good in all of and lead with a tender heart. I hope to see you again in the next round.
    Blessed be.

  2. Chris Ross A.K.A. Apple Sauce says:

    Karen had a smile that brighten a room, and a look that could take down an Empire’s. No matter your energy, She could match it. Good Bad or Ugly. She was honest and loving.
    Karen you will be missed. Thank you for being so kind to me.

    Love, Apple Sauce

  3. Elizabeth Copeland says:

    All of my love ans condolences to the while family. Karen was a light in my life and often a life raft. She was such a beautiful soul ans will be missed.

  4. Brandie Marie says:

    You helped save my life more than once Mama Karen, you also taught me how to crochet dolls, blankets etc, hey mom, remember that one time in the store with the bunny and the plastic bag?” I love you mom, so many cherished memories

  5. Randy J Dunbar says:

    Karen was an awesome friend and mentor to my late brother David ( Willow Rain) .. after his passing Karen became like a sister to me and we had hundreds of long chats .. I miss her so much . God speed my friend , there’s a lot of souls waiting to see you again