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Karen J. Bell
January 1, 1970 - January 28, 2008
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BOSTON – Karen Joan Bell, of Boston, MA, formerly of Wyomissing, PA, passed away on January 28th, 2008 at her brothers home surrounded by loving family and friends.
She was the beloved daughter of Edward Bell and the late Florence Bell (died Jan. 2004), of Wyomissing, PA. She leaves behind her brother Mark, his wife Gayle and their children Jeffrey and Marissa, all of Hopkinton, MA. She also leaves many long time friends and colleagues who considered Karen family and loved her dearly.
Karen was born in Nanuet, NY and graduated from Wilson High in PA. She was a graduate of Kutztown University in 1985. Karen was an extremely talented graphic designer and the founder of Mukora Design. She created beautiful work for her many esteemed clients including The Boston Ballet, Roche Brothers, Massachusetts Cultural Counsel, The Madeira School in McLean, VA, Fast Company Magazine, St. Paul’s School in Concord, NH, the Medical Foundation, and Northeastern University.
Karen found happiness in her art, in family and friends, in fashion, film and in travel. She had a wonderful sense of humor and was always sweet and giving to all who met her. She was a long time enthusiastic supporter of both the Boston Red Sox and the New England Patriots and a dedicated volunteer at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Boston. Most of all, Karen enjoyed spending time and laughing with good friends and family.
Karen was a very spirited woman whose generous nature and kind heart will always be an inspiration to all who were fortunate to know her and love her. She will never be forgotten.
Calling hours will be on Sat. Feb 2nd from 1-2:30 PM followed by a service at 2:30 at Chesmore Funeral Home 854 Washington St., (Rt 126) Holliston, MA 01746.
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Cremated remains will be scattered at the ocean near her beloved summer vacation haven in Cape Neddick, Maine.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to any charitable organization that supports ovarian cancer research and/or treatment.
A reception will follow after the service at her brother Mark’s home in Hopkinton