Karen Denise Farnsworth

Karen Denise Farnsworth, 53, passed away on June 10, 2021. She was born April 24, 1968, in New Brunswick New Jersey. She married Robert Farnsworth on February 2, 1996, in Tempe, Arizona.

She is survived by her husband Robert who is currently living in Washington, Utah. She has two daughters Jeanniemarie Farnsworth from Phoenix, Arizona, Brooklynn Wilson and her spouse Emmanuel Diaz from Henderson, Nevada. She has six grandchildren, one great-grandson, and two sisters Nanci Valentine Wiedmann and Candi Valentine from Arizona.

She is preceded in death by Raymond Paul Valentine and Anna Marie Valentine.

We want to say thanks to Dr. Bruce Taylor and Dr. Leon, and we would like to thank the nurses and staff at Liberty Dialysis.

A viewing will be held on Friday, June 18, 2021, 1:00 – 2:00 pm at Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S Bluff Street, St. George, Utah.

The Celebration of Life will be on Friday, June 18, 2021, 2:00 pm at Spilsbury Mortuary Chapel.

Friends and family who are unable to attend the Celebration of Life are invited to view it online. Please click on the link below.


Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S Bluff Street, St. George, Utah, 84770, 435-673-2454.  Friends and family are invited to sign Karen’s online guest book at www.spilsburymortuary.com.



1:00 – 2:00 pm

Second Visitation


2:00 pm


Spilsbury Mortuary Chapel
110 S. Bluff
St. George, UT


Guest Book

11 Responses

  1. My love you are no longer suffering for that I am grateful we will miss you’re beautiful and loving personality until I can be there with you know I loved you more than anything

    1. Bobby,
      That is beautiful, what you wrote. She loved you so much too, she talked about it with me. She’s a wonderful lady with a lot of love and laughter to share! We will miss her!

  2. I miss you mom but I’m glad to know you aren’t in pain anymore. You were the best mom I could ask for and I’m so thankful I got to spend the time I did with you. Fly high mama till we meet again!

  3. We are so sorry. You were the most loving kind person. We truly enjoyed workin with you. You will be missed.

  4. We are truly sorry. You were the kindest and sweetest. We loved workin with you at Lins. You truly will be missed.

  5. I knew you not only as Karen Farnsworth, but also as Smitten Kitten! Karen was a valued team member of my June’s Journey Detective Lounge for over a year. It quickly became obvious what a wonderful person she was: so kind, caring and oftentimes funny, in spite of her medical problems. She will be greatly missed. Prayers for all those who knew and loved her.

  6. I was so blessed to know Karen (& Bobbi) and call them friends! Karen and I had a short but wonderful friendship! Spending time at the dog park and going to brunch, getting pink box doughnuts together! I know she suffered in pain, that didn’t stop her from being a friend and joking and laughing with us! I love you Karen, until we meet again…

  7. To Bobby, Nanci and Candi – So many memories of Karen, Nanci and Candi when we were growing up. So many memories of your parents and grandparents. Now Karen can reunite with her parents, grandparents, my Dad and Rose. Until we all meet again. Rest in peace and watch over those left behind. My thoughts and prayers are with you Bobby, Nanci and Candi

  8. Dear Bobby,
    Karen was a dear friend, and will be missed, even though she has left to be with our savior. As long as we keep her in our hearts, she will never be forgotten. We pray that God gives you the strength to carry on through the coming days, and helps you through this grieving process. Know that he will always be there with you, as will our prayers and thoughts each day that passes. We have lit a candle for remembrance and prayers.

    Fred and Mary Bean

    1. Thank you so much both of ment the world to her she loved you so much from the bottom of my heart thank you for loving we and making her welcome with all the love 💘 i have in my heart. We love you both

  9. Bobby, Nancy, Candi I’m sorry for your loss. Karen was my second cousin and we all grew up on NJ. I remember All the Flynn picnics on thompson park. She worked at Kmart. Come over our house often. I’m so glad even though she wasn’t in the same state as us as adults. We got to talk online and play games too. She will surely be missed by all who’s paths crossed hers. Rip Karen your pain free now.

    Everyone rememberremember when the sunshines brighter then normal , ok up to the sky and you will see Karen’s bright smile coming thur the rays of HEAVEN! She smiling a d telling you all she ain free, happy in Goods hands in heaven. Watch for signs like a coin on ground, butterfly, dragonfly, cardinal. She sending messages to you.

    Love you Karen!!!!

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