Born On: February 07, 1956

Passed On: December 22, 2019

Karen S. Salas

Karen Sue Salas, age 63 was born in Muskegon on February 7, 1956 to the late Harold and Doris (Nichols) Golden and passed away on December 22, 2019 at the age of 63.  Karen is survived by her husband of 19 years, John “BJ” Salas; her son, Roger Hughey Jr. of Muskegon; daughter, Amanda Hughey, of Twin Lake; siblings, Joanne White, of Muskegon, Leroy (Mary) Golden, of Muskegon, Sandy Wiggins, Geneva, Ohio, Cheryl (Kenneth) Cook, of Muskegon, and Colleen Golden of Muskegon. Along with her parents Karen was preceded in death by a brother, Wayne Golden.   Karen was an avid quilter and enjoyed working with arts and crafts.  She loved spending time with her children during birthdays, holidays and family reunions.  Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life Gathering will be held on Saturday, December 28, 2019 from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. at Shoreline Memorial Services, Muskegon Chapel.

ARRANGEMENTS BY SHORELINE MEMORIAL SERVICES–MUSKEGON–(231)-722-5050

Celebration of Life Gathering Information


Shoreline Memorial Services - Muskegon
137 E. Laketon Ave.
Muskegon, Michigan 49441

Date: Saturday, December 28, 2019
Time: 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM

10 thoughts on “Karen S. Salas

  1. Mona and son william Tetzlaff

    I’m very sorry for your loss. She was very sweet lady.i wish i wish i would have known her alot longer. I will always remember her forever.

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  2. Connie LaFrance

    To Leroy and Mary & Family; Hugs and Prayers to all of you in your loss. May your fond Memories of her carry you thru the days ahead. May Karen Rest in Peace.

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  3. Laurie sue quinton

    Mom karen was more like a mom to me insted of a mother in law she treated me like her very own love and miss her so much

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  4. Jan Nichols

    Karen was an extremely giving person who touched many lives. My heart goes out to her family who I’m sure are already missing her tender heart and loving smile. There may be some comfort in knowing that she is with Aunt Doris and Uncle Harold and Wayne. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  5. Bobbie Major

    Karen was a lovely woman. I looked forward to seeing her at every family reunion because I knew we would have a laugh and share a story. She always made me feel comfortable and we always had a hug for each other everytime we saw each other. It touched my heart that she thought enough of me to make a quilt for my wedding gift. She took time and effort to put it all together for me and she will never know how much that really meant to me. She will be missed by so many but I hope she has found peace now.

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