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Kari L. Lord (DeReamer)

May 18, 1978 - May 21, 2019

Service Date: May 30, 2019

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Posted by:
James & Jennifer Bates

Posted on:
June 16, 2019

There must be a great emptiness left by Kari’s passing, but I am certain that the strength of the love that you and your family share for each other and for Kari will get you through this difficult time. May that love honor her memory and may you always remember the special times you shared together.

Posted by:
Nadine Anderson

Posted on:
June 2, 2019

Rest in Peace Kari Lord.I'm so sorry you couldn't hold on. My deepest condolences to her family.I am a member of a group for pHarma injured people. The doctors and pHarmaceutical companies are responsible for this tragedy. There are millions of us suffering horrifically as a result. Please go after them. They stole her life

Posted by:
J Mitchell

Posted on:
May 30, 2019

My family and I send our sincere condolences to you for your recent loss. Though words may not soothe your pain, may knowing that others care for you, share your grief, and are praying for your continued strength, courage and endurance, along with God's promise to eliminate death and all source of pain, and to use his Son to resurrect our dear loved ones who have passed away, in time help you to get through this difficult time (Isaiah 25:8; John 5:28).

Posted by:
Roger and Cindy furman

Posted on:
May 30, 2019

Barb Jim and Jamie and all the DeReamer family, we have you all in our thoughts and prayers. May peace and love surround all of you at this time.

Posted by:
Patti Spaulding

Posted on:
May 29, 2019

So sorry for your loss. I worked with Kari when she was at Family Eye Care. She was such a wonderful person! I will always remember her kindness. Keeping all of you in my prayers✝️

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
May 28, 2019

I only knew Kari a little while, she was a nice person and I considered her a friend. May she Rest In Peace.

Posted by:
Micheline Powell

Posted on:
May 28, 2019

I also knew Kari from the Effexor withdrawal support group. Kari was a warrior in her struggle with withdrawal from this medication. She so wanted to stay with us, to heal, to return to her beautiful life as a mother, wife, daughter and friend. Even in her pain, Kari treated others with care and love. I so wanted to meet her in person. I believe she is at peace and I pray that this bring some comfort to her beloved family. Repose en paix, mon amie Kari❤

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
May 28, 2019

Kari, We haven't spoken in years but I didn't forget your infectious smile and little laugh that always preceded a comment or joke at my expense. I remember you riding bus 105 from your grandparents house to middle school, your hair was curly then. In high school you picked me up in the morning in your little red car usually listening to Tracy Chapman or some alternative group you introduced me to. We shared laughs in Mrs. Snyder's English class as we joked about going to the prom together, me always too shy to ask you. We drifted apart but I didn't forget you. I wish I knew you were hurting so I could have told you that you were loved. I hope you find peace.

Posted by:
SarahJoy Leitch

Posted on:
May 28, 2019

I saw Kari's obituary on Let's Talk Withdrawal Facebook page and wanted to leave my condolences. The impression I get of her from reading her obit is someone who was full of life and vitality and I hope you always remember her that way. My prayers are with you all this week.

Posted by:
Cathy Martin firmstone

Posted on:
May 28, 2019

Barb and Jim I’m so sorry for your loss just know my prayers and thoughts are with you all at this time

Posted by:
Debbie Katz

Posted on:
May 28, 2019

Bob and I are so sorry for your loss. May your happy memories make each day easier. No words can make your heart ache less; but know your family is in our thoughts.

Posted by:
Ashley Rich

Posted on:
May 28, 2019

Kari was an amazing woman! I never saw her without a huge smile and positive attitude. Its heartbreaking to learn just how extreme her struggles were. I am beyond blessed that I got to know her and call her my friend. My most sincere thoughts and prayers to her gorgeous girls, husband, family and friends.

Posted by:
Lswingle

Posted on:
May 27, 2019

Barb and Jim. Ruth and I are heartbroken over your loss. May she rest in peace. You and your family have our prayers.

Posted by:
Lee swingle

Posted on:
May 27, 2019

Barb and Jim, Ruth and I are heartbroken for you loss. May she rest in peace and many prayers for you and your family.

Posted by:
Catherine ONeal

Posted on:
May 27, 2019

I knew Kari from Surviving Antidepressants. As a lifelong investigative journalist who has experienced, and barely survived, the horrific "treatment" of psychiatric drugs and those who prescribe them -- please know that Kari had no mental illness. She is a victim of a very dark side of society that hasn't been exposed yet, but will be. The piece I am working on, and the book, will forever be inspired by her beauty and strength. My deepest condolences to the family. Catherine ONeal

Posted by:
Sean Malik

Posted on:
May 27, 2019

Very sorry for your loss. She is in peace now. I pray for Kari and the whole family left behind from my heart and soul! It was a shock and painful to know she past and she was in so much agony. Same agony I and a lot of people in the Effexor group have gone through. My tears for her are not enough but my soul sends her blessings, now she is in harmony. Once again Im so sorry for Your loss and wish you peace, prosperity, health, life and happiness. Kari will always be in our hearts. A friend from Effexor withdrawal group Sean Ehtesham Malik Sweden, Stockholm

Posted by:
Robert jacobs

Posted on:
May 26, 2019

I met Kari thru a mutual support group for effexor withdrawal. We had many conversations she was an amazing woman who loved her family so much and only wanted to get better for herself and her family. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and spoke to her. God knows she did everything she could to get better and find away out of protracted withdrawal from the poison effexor.

Posted by:
Claus Flygenring

Posted on:
May 26, 2019

I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss, that you and your family have encountered. I had the great pleasure of knowing Kari through the effexor group on Facebook, and we talked for a while on messenger too. I asked her how she was just the other day, but I never heard back from her. Now I know why. I so wished that I could have done more to help her. I offer you my thoughts, prayers and well-wishes!

Posted by:
Alison Stramka

Posted on:
May 26, 2019

So sorry for your loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by:
Susan LeDonne

Posted on:
May 26, 2019

I knew Kari from the Effexor withdrawal group and recently spoke to her and Jim. I wish there was more I could have done for her. Such a senseless loss caused by her doctor and Effexor. My heart goes out to all of you.

Posted by:
Roger & Jackie Myers

Posted on:
May 26, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time of sorrow .She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Posted by:
Joel and Lorraine Williams

Posted on:
May 25, 2019

Words are impossible to portray the sorrow and grief that Lorraine and I feel. The loss is immeasurable but Heaven has certainly gained a beautiful angel. We wish peace and love to all Kari's family.

Posted by:
Amy Potter

Posted on:
May 24, 2019

So very sorry for your loss... I knew Kari in school. She was a sweetheart. Prayers for you all...