Karen DyckJuly 12, 2017
Karen Lynn Dyck
December 13, 1964 – July 12, 2017
Karen Lynn Dyck was born is Estevan, Saskatchewan on December 13, 1964. She was the third child of five to Rodger and Mary Dyck. Karen lived in Estevan till the age of three. Moving to Dunblane till the age of five. In 1964 the family moved to Hinton, Alberta where Karen attended school until the age of ten. The family then moved to Loon Lake where she completed her elementary and high school years, graduating in 1982. She was then accepted into the College of Education and graduated in 1986 with a degree in Physical Education minoring in English. Karen embodied the true essence of an academic she loved teaching Shakespeare and coaching volleyball. Karen spent her teaching career in Domremy, SK, Japan, The United Kingdom, Abbotsford, and West Vancouver, B.C. During her teaching career in B.C. Karen received her Master’s in Physical Education as well as a diploma in Neuro Linguistic Studies. She retired from teaching in the classroom to fulfill her passion for learning and teaching the art of spiritual healing.
Karen spent her younger years being involved with Brownies, Girl Guides and belonging to 4-H. She took a keen interest in judging cattle. When she was 13 she won a trophy for the best judge. She participated in many sports but took a special interest in volleyball. Karen had an infectious personality and laugh. She always greeted you with a hug that enveloped you into her heart. Karen loved music, dance, fine food and special gathering of friends and family.
7 years ago Karen reconnected with her soul mate Rob Young. They shared a passion of biking, kayaking and traveling to hot destinations. Karen had a deep connection with her creative side, creating beauty in everything that she touched. She showed her connection to this beauty through her passion for taking photos. Karen had a keen eye for fashion and with a deep desire she would take you on a shopping trip of your dreams.
She was a devoted Aunt and Godmother. She cherished the heartfelt conversations that she had with her nieces and nephews as well as priding herself on picking the perfect gift and card.
Karen exuberated The 144 Qualities of Divine Love. She treasured transcending love and light of her highest self with an open heart and open mind to everyone that she touched. Embracing the words “I AM,” therefore being very present with her true self. “The duty of Soul, at some point in its evolution, is to catch this wave of Love that is going home to God! Oceans of divine love and mercy.”
Karen was preceded by her father Rodger Dyck (2015) and numerous Aunts, Uncles and Cousins on both sides. Karen is lovingly survived by her “man” Rob Young of Saskatoon, her mother Mary Dyck of Loon Lake, brother Barry (Gloria), Terry (Charla), Cheryl (Dean Brockman), Shelley (Shannon MacNeill) Her nephews and nieces Jolene (Maria), Dustin (Chelsey, Peyton, and Cooper), Shane (fiancé Jessica Lantz), Chaylene (Kabree), Connor and Parker. Rob’s Family his mother Doris Young of Meadow Lake, sister’s Kelly Leskowski (Lawrence Seymour), Mauri Young; nieces and nephews Kiel (Gabe), and Cam Leskowski; Jonathon Young and great niece Briseis.
“The duty of Soul, at some point in its evolution, is to catch this wave of Love that is going home to God! Oceans of divine love and mercy.”
Karen Lynn Dyck transcended to her God on July 12, 2017 @ 3:33 a.m. A tribute of her presence on this earth will be presented to family and friends on Monday, July 17th at 1:44 p.m., in Loon Lake, SK at the Loon Lake Recreation Center (1st St. S.).