Pina, Karen Amelia (Rogers)

Karen Amelia Pina passed away on March 4, 2016 in New Port Richey, Florida.  She was born in June of 1969.  Karen was the beloved daughter of Charles and Jean Rogers.  She was also the beloved mother of Brittany and Mitchell Pina. She is also survived by her brother Steven Rogers and sister, Faith Rogers, nieces, Margaret Aubel and Emma Rogers and nephew, Charles Rogers.

Karen attended Brockport Central High School in New York and graduated in the class of 1987.  Karen was a civilian employee of the Rochester Police Department from 2001 to 2014, where she performed various administrative duties, including coordinating the school crosssing guard program.

Karen’s sources of enjoyment included fast cars, fashion, 80’s rock, candy, family, pets, traveling, theme parks, gardening and feeding the wild birds.  After Karen moved to Florida, she became a true Floridian, who loved the sunshine and beaches.

Karen passed away at home after a two year illness.  Karen faced many obstacles, but her heart was set on her children of whom she was so proud of.

A final positive note: Karen donated her eyes, so now two people can see.

There will be at visitation at Morgan Funeral Home Chapel on Friday, March 11th, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to noon, with a service at noon and burial to follow at East Elfers Cemetery.

 

Condolences

  1. Ron & Carol Rogers says:

    Although you left us way too soon, we praise the Lord Jesus for providing total healing; no more sorrow, no more pain, no more tears. We will miss your wonderful Mac and cheese casseroles! We’ll see you on the other side. Love, Uncle Ron & Aunt Carol.

  2. Dana Stocum says:

    I am so very sorry for your families loss. I know me and Karen had a falling out. But at one time we were very Best of friends and she was so very loyal, loving and compassionate person. She will be so sadly missed and never forgotten. I wish I had known she was sick.

  3. Daisy Owens says:

    Brittany and Mitchel Pina and family. Britney we knew you in your youth8, Mitchell we knew you from birth. Your mother loved you both. we love to ask about the two of you, for we knew something funny would be told to us. we are so very sorry for your loss. May warm memories help soften your sorrow and may faith help you face each tomorrow.

    Genesee section crossing guards
    Daisy Owens coordinator

  4. Frank Colquitt says:

    To Ms. Pina(Rogers) Family: My condolences to all. May your hearts find comfort in God’s wonderful promises for the future (Isaiah 33:24; Revelation 21:4,5). Until then, may your loving memories help you through the very difficult days ahead. I am truly sorry for your loss.

  5. David Miller says:

    Always quick to ride shotgun.
    Karens smile always lifted any damp spirits. Sorely missed, Never forgotten.
    We will meet again.
    Gods Speed.

  6. Daisy Owens says:

    To family i was one of karen friiends who loved her i w k ll miss her smile and friendly touch i will always think of as my friend love you karen co worker. Maple section yvonne madison

  7. Arthur E Knab says:

    I am so sorry I could not be there to pay my respects to Karen and family.Karen was my closest friend that I have ever known I have known her since she was in 8th grade and never lost touch with her. There has always been a place in my hart for her and that will always be there but there is a big piece that will be missing til we meet again.We have had a lot of fun in our lives I will never for get them and I will carry them with me till my day comes. She was like a little sister and all so like a daughter and friend at the same time I could not ask for a better person in my life. I will miss her so so much.P.S Til we meet I miss you Art.

  8. Carolyn Kelly (Morris) says:

    Karen and I met 36 years ago when my family moved in next door to her’s. From that point on, Karen and I became the best of friends. Together we went through the good and the bad times, our first rock concerts, our first loves and all the other life experiences that 2 teenagers could ever go through. As we grew older, we moved away from each other but still kept in touch. It had been a long time since we talked again with all our life changes, eventually we lost all communication. My heart is broken to hear that Karen was sick and that I couldn’t be there for her. I know Karen is resting now and I am sending all my love and prayers to Mr and Mrs Rogers, Faith, Steve and Karen’s children. Rest in Peace my dear friend.

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