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Mass of Christian Burial

Blessed Trinity Church
Saturday November 13th, 2021
11:00am

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Karen A. Hinske

Karen A. Hinske, 74, died on November 2, 2021 in Westlake, Ohio. Born May 4, 1947, Karen lived in Akron for many years, recently moving closer to family.

Beloved sister of Marilyn Dewees (Michael) and Gloria McCune (Peter), dear aunt of Christine (Hayward), David (Denise), John, Jeffrey (Madison), Adam (Katie) and proud great-aunt to Allie, Carrie and Clark.

Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m., Saturday November 13 at Blessed Trinity Church, 14040 Puritas Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44135 Private interment at Lake View Cemetary.

Family requests no flowers. Contributions in Karen’s memory are suggested to Ideastream Public Media https://donate.ideastream.org/idea/tribute or the Cleveland Food Bank https://support.greaterclevelandfoodbank.org, two organizations that were dear to her.



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Sympathy Gift courtesy of Andrew Cari. Group of 1 Memorial Trees Planted In Loving Memory of Karen A. Hinske.

Andrew Cari Nov 17 2021 1:01 PM

I have so many good memories of her. Many great holidays and get togethers. May she rest in peace.

Sharon Disantis Nov 12 2021 11:00 AM

Fly High and Free Karen!
What a pleasure it was to have had you cross my path!

Kris Marcinko Nov 8 2021 7:08 PM

Sympathy Gift courtesy of pam cook. Group of 10 Memorial Trees Planted In Loving Memory of Karen A. Hinske.

pam cook Nov 6 2021 9:00 AM

Usually, I have no trouble with words but my heart is so full about Karen they aren't coming easily. It was fortune smiling on me that I got to live in the same city with her for most of our adult lives. We shared some great vintage shopping, quirky restaurant meals and love of Akron's parks. She had routes to follow for each season of the year: daffodils at Furnace Run, summer blooms at Stan Hywet, leaf color in the Cuyahoga Valley and winter in the Gorge. She had an amazing eye for good design and an amazing palate for good food. And O, the jewelry!! She was a fabulous personal curator. There were so many joys and challenges and I know she is blessed. I miss her more than I can say.

Gloria Nov 4 2021 8:10 PM

She was a very talented artist. Wether using jewelers pliers or a cooking whisk, she created beauty. She had a big heart and a beautiful g personality. Her laugh, love and wit will be missed.

Pam Cook Nov 4 2021 6:27 PM