Karen Sevigny

Obituary of Karen Ann Sevigny

We mournfully announce the passing of Karen Ann Zolov Sevigny, 80, a long-time resident of Las Vegas, Nevada. Karen passed away on August 5th, at Infinity Hospice Care surrounded by family. Karen was born January 31, 1941 in Portland, Maine; parents late Carl Zolov and Pearl Bernstein Zolov. She graduated from Deering High School, class of 1959; was a member of The Temple Beth El in Portland, Maine and an active member in the Jewish Community. She served on the board of The Lupus Foundation of Maine. Karen married her husband Richard Sevigny on December 19, 1982. Spending time with family and friends was Karen's passion. She enjoyed hosting canasta and mahjong games in her home and was an avid traveler, visiting places all over the world. Richard and Karen moved to Las Vegas, Nevada in 1994. Anyone that knew Karen would describe her as an indomitable spirit, tenacious, full of life and having a great sense of humor. Animals were a large part of her life, and she gave generously to numerous animal charities. She was a devoted wife, proud mother, caring grandmother, loyal friend and loved by all. Karen leaves behind her devoted husband, Richard Sevigny of Las Vegas, Nevada, her children, Alan Mack of Rancho Santa Margarita, California; Daniel Mack of Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Patricia Mack Libby of Windham, Maine; Thomas Sevigny of Biddeford, Maine; James Sevigny of Turnbull, Connecticut and Ronald Sevigny of Ossipee Lake, Maine; 13 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and Ethal Andrews of Tarpon Springs, Florida. She is preceded in death by Roy Crabtree and grandson, Michael Libby. She will be greatly missed by all and will be forever in our hearts. Services will be held at Kraft-Sussman Funeral Home on August 9th at 4:00pm. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to The Lupus Foundation at www.lupus.org.

Memorial Service

4:00 pm
Monday, August 9, 2021
Kraft-Sussman Funeral Services
3975 S. Durango Drive, Suite 104
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
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