October 16, 1958 - May 25, 2014
Karen Marie Arlinghaus Scott, 55, of Burlington, KY passed away on Sunday, May 25, 2014 at St. Elizabeth Hospice in Fort Thomas, KY. She was a member of Belleview Baptist Church in Burlington, KY, Baptist Disaster Relief, Kentucky Baptist Mission Partnership and former member of Florence Rotary. She was preceded in death by her Father: Thomas Paul Arlinghaus, Sr. Karen is Survived by her Loving Husband: John Mark Scott; Daughters: Sara (Matt) Hurd and Mary (Alex) Casper; Sons: Andy (Kristin) Scott and Adam Scott; Grandchildren: Jacob Scott, Anna Scott, Grace Scott and Sophia Casper; Mother: Dorothy Ann Arlinghaus; Sisters: Debbie (Jack) Egbers, Theresa Stone, Brenda (David) Gross, Rene (John) Magary and Dotty (Kevin) Volpenhein; Brothers: Tom (Patty) Arlinghaus, Tony (Rhonda) Arlinghaus, Don (Nancy) Arlinghaus and Tim (Lisa) Arlinghaus. Visitation will be Saturday, May 31, 2014 from 10:00 AM until the time of the Funeral Service at 12:00 PM at Belleview Baptist Church 6658 Fifth Street Burlington, KY 41005. Interment will be in Belleview Cemetery in Belleview, KY. Memorial Suggestions should be made to Belleview Baptist Church Building Fund 6658 Fifth Street Burlington, KY 41005. Online Condolences may be expressed at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com.
John & Family, you have our deepest sympathy in the loss of your precious Karen. She was one of a kind, a very special friend to all who knew her. She was so kind to me all the years I worked at the Church. I loved her dearly. She has truly left her footprints on this earth, we will see her again one day when we all get to heaven. You are in our prayers. Ernest & Jackie.
Karen was a light. Looking at all the wonderful pictures today one thing was consistent. Karens sweet smile. I was truly blessed to have Karens wonderful friendship throughout my high school years. My prayers are with the Scott and Arlinghaus family.
John, I am so sorry to here about Karen. My paryers will be with you and the Arlington family. My God bless you all.
I am so sorry for your loss. She is now with her Grandma Arlinghaus and resting in peace.
To the entire Scott family,deepest sympathy to all. Karen was a very sweet person and so full of life. I know she will be looking down on all of you from above,she will be your special angel . We will be praying for all of you. The Snyder family,The Hale family,And Ashcraft family.
John & Family,
Please accept Cheryl’s and my condolences for your loss. We both remember Karen as a kind, considerate and compassionate women who raised wonderful children was a great neighbor to all.
We regret not coming to the memorial service and hope you know that our thoughts are with you as you move forward into a life without Karen. We will all miss her.
Mike & Cheryl Vos
Dear John and family,
We are so sad to hear this news. We know Karen fought hard and was such a ray of sunshine. Please know that we are praying that God will hold you close during this time and in the days to come. We send our deepest sympathy and love.
Joan and Tony Bodenheimer
Was so sorry to hear of Karen’s passing. She was always a ray of sunshine every time we ran into each other. If I hadn’t known how sick she was I would have never guessed, she was always upbeat & so positive. May the void you feel today lessen only in knowing she is the angel in heaven on your shoulder watching over all of you.
God Bless you, you will all be in my thoughts & prayers,
Gina Arlinghaus Johnson
John and Family, We are so sorry to hear about Karen. I know words don’t help the void much right now but I wanted to tell you she was a wonderful person. Kindness person we met. Our prayers are with you all. She is home now.
What an amazing human being. When I moved to KY Karen was one of the most welcoming, positive, caring people my family met. Hanging out with Adam (and Andy) I spent many weekends at the Scott house and my best memories from KY were there. I know Karen is with The Lord and John and the rest of the family are in my prayers.
John and family – we are so sorry to hear of Karen’s passing. It wasn’t until Connie Jo’s service last August that we knew how ill she had been – yet she was still the happy, upbeat and carrying Karen that we first met in 1994. We still have pictures of her having such fun at our wedding reception in 1995. She was a very special lady that made both of us feel welcomed as newcomers to Belleview Baptist. No doubt Connie Jo was standing at the Gates with open arms to welcome her friend Karen home. May God bless you and your family during this trying time.
John, I’m so sorry for your loss. Karen was a wonderful person who loved the Lord. I’ve know Karen alot of years and really enjoyed working with her when she helped out Petersburg Church years ago. May God Bless your family and comfort you all during your time of sorrow.
Thanks to Aunt Karen for inspiring me, to go back to school, to be fun loving, and a positive person. I feel like painting something in her honor!
I am sorry for the loss and know she leaves a huge void for all who were blessed to know her-esp. her family. I will continue to honor her memory until we meet again.
Please accept my deepest condolances. Karen was a kind hearted, fun loving person who was very special to my dad, Earl. The family will always remember our times at the farm with Karen giving rides on Rush.