Memorial service set for Karen Leveritt | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Memorial service set for Karen Leveritt

Posted By on Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 6:40 AM

I've received a note from Paul Stroube, husband of Karen Leveritt, a former senior account executive at the Arkansas Times, who died Sunday at 47. He writes:

For all of us who knew and loved Karen … Your messages of love and support are reminders of what a special person she was and how lucky we were to have her in our lives. We will gather for a celebration and remembrance of her life. If you would like to join us:

Friday November 8, 2013
Ruebel Funeral Home
6313 W Markham St
Little Rock, AR 72205
(501) 666-0123

There will be an open-house and visitation period from 2p – 3:30p with a brief memorial service from 3:30p-4p with a reception to follow.

Karen’s final resting place will be with her beloved grandparents in Richmond, VA. We will also have a memorial ceremony there to allow her friends and loved ones to share their memories of our wonderful Karen.

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