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Karen Ann Boulden

April 3, 1961 - November 24, 2019

          Karen Ann Boulden, age 58, of New Castle, DE, passed away on Sunday, November 24, 2019.

          Born in Wilmington, DE on April 3, 1961, she was a daughter of the late Richard and Joan (Lyons) Ingram.  Karen enjoyed being a pre-school teacher and loved the many children she was blessed to teach.  In her spare time, she enjoyed watching crime shows and visiting Delaware Park.

          Karen is survived by her husband of 25 years, Robert Charles Boulden; brother, Richard “Butch” Ingram (Joyce); sister, Joan Hendrickson (Timothy); several nieces and nephews.

          A visitation for family and friends will be held from 11 am until 12 noon on Monday, December 2, 2019, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 North DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE, where a funeral service will begin at 12 noon.  Interment will follow in Gracelawn Memorial Park, 2220 North DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE.

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7 Guestbook messages for Karen Ann Boulden

  • Rest In Peace Karen
    Bob,I have you in my prayers.

  • I was blessed to have such a great sister and best friend. Words just can not express how much I love you, nor how much I will miss you. I will always cherish the special bond we shared. Keep in touch, others may not understand what I’m saying but I know you do.
    You are now my guardian angel.
    rest peacefully, I love ya sis

  • May you Rest In Peace Aunt Karen ❤️
    Always in our heart ❤️ never forgotten! I Love you!!
    Fly high my Angel 👼

  • Aunt Karen was more then family. She was also a friend and a second mother (godmother) to me and my brother and sister. She absolutely loved us kids and always enjoyed spending time with us. She also was our guardian angel throughout our lives and always made sure us kids where ok. We will never forget what she has done for us. Her memories will forever be deep down in our souls. I’m sure she is still looking down on us and smiling. Until we meet again in heaven our angel.

  • There are moments in life
    When you wish you could bring someone down from heaven. Spend the day with them just one more time, give them one more hug, kiss them goodbye or hear their voice again.
    One more chance to say I love you!!
    You my sister have touched the lives of many. You will never be forgotten. I miss you more than words can say. I love you

  • Karen was the sweetest person I ever knew she really cared about me and my children we were homeless and she took us in she has a heart of gold I will never forget her andmr.bob God bless you Karen we love you forever rest in peace Judy really loved her and will never forget het

  • They say memories are golden
    well maybe that is true.
    We never wanted memories,
    We only wanted you.

    A million times we needed you,
    a million times we’ve cried.
    If love alone could have saved you
    you never would have died.

    In life we loved you dearly,
    In death we love you still.
    In our hearts you hold a place
    no one can ever fill.

    If tears could build a stairway
    and heartache make a lane,
    We’d walk the path to heaven
    to bring you back again.

    Our family chain is broken,
    and nothing seems the same.
    But as God calls us one by one,
    the chain will link again.

    We love you, Aunt Karen!!!

    Dawn