Obit: Peters, Karan R. (1948 - 2003)

Contact:  Kipp Kippenhan

----Source: Wednesday, June 25, 2003 edition of the Clark County Press

Karan R. Peters

Karan Rose Peters, age 55, of rural Lake City, died Tuesday, June 17, at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester.

Karan was born May 12, 1948, in Neillsville, to Herman and Helen (Salmonson) Hagen. She graduated from Greenwood High School in Greenwood. She lived in the Greenwood area and worked at the A & P Store. She also worked as a waitress and various other jobs.

She married William Selves and they were later divorced. She then married Marlyn Peters on Aug. 10, 1991, on his farm in Goodhue County. After they were married they lived on the farm. She worked at several businesses in Red Wing. Marlyn died march 30, 2001. She was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church of West Florence. She enjoyed bird watching, her pets, and reading.

She is survived by two sisters, Kathleen Turner and Louise (Henry) Kuester, both of Neillsville; five brothers, Jesse (Loretta) Hagen of Willard, Richard (Margie) Hagen of Neillsville, Quentin (Kathy) Hagen of Neillsville, Calvin Hagen of Neillsville, and Mark Hagen of Neillsville; many nieces and nephews; and one very special friend, Julie Santroch. Her parents preceded her in death; husband Marlyn; one daughter, Kim; and one son, Scott.

A memorial service was held June 20 at Immaneul Lutheran Church of West Florence with the Rev. Paul Otto officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery.

Mahn Family Funeral Home and Anderson-Peterson Chapel, Lake City, assisted Karan's family.



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