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Karen Cline

Karen Janette Cline (Hammack)

Saturday, March 21st, 1942 - Friday, February 28th, 2020
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Karen Janette Cline entered into eternal rest on Friday, February 28th, at her home at the age of 77. Karen was born March 21, 1942 to Ellis and Gayle Hammock. Karen grew up in Scottsbluff and graduated in 1960. Karen was united in marriage to Charles Cline on January 7, 1961 in Harrisburg, Nebraska. To this union, two children were born, Terry and Teena. Karen was a homemaker and took in all cats and dogs that showed up.

Karen and her family moved to Culbertson, Nebraska until the death of Chuck, and then returned to Scottsbluff with her son Terry to be closer to her family. Karen loved to take care of the yard, flowers and garden. Karen was always busy in the summer canning and making jellies from her many fruit trees. She also loved to sew and do crafts.

Karen is survived by her son Terry, of the home, and daughter Teena (Jim) Winski of Denver, Colorado; granddaughter Alice Jones, of Denver, Colorado; and grandson Ryan Jones, of Bozeman, Montana; brothers Mike (Lois) Hammack of Gering, Nebraska; and Tim Hammack of Omaha, Nebraska; brother-in-laws Chris and David Cline of Wyoming, and several caregivers
Karen was preceded in death by her husband Chuck, her parents Ellis and Gayle Hammack of Scottsbluff, and brother Larry Hammack of Omaha, along with many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

Memorials may be given to Panhandle Humane Society or R.W. Hospice. A memorial service will be held at a later date this Spring, when the Lilacs bloom.
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Jeannette Miller

Posted at 11:00am
Hi Terry, condolences to you and your sister, Teena, on your mother's death. I thought her obituary was so fitting. It seemed like she did so much, and I remember how she loved to garden. It is very appropriate to have her services when the lilacs bloom. I'm sure she would have loved that.

Terry, I think of you and hope that you're doing okay. I'm glad you have family in Scottsbluff.
Jeannette Miller (John's mom)

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