Karen S.Trevelline Locke, 60, of Ellwood City passed away Monday, February 18, 2019 at Kindred Hospital in Beaver following a lengthy illness.
Born December 5, 1958 in Beckley, West Virginia, she was the daughter of Francis Trevelline of Ripley, New York and the late Barbara Brown Trevelline .
Karen graduated from Lincoln High School in 1978. She owned and operated a dog grooming business in Ellwood City for many years. She had also formerly worked at McGuire Home. Her grandchildren were her life, they were everything that she lived for.
In addition to her father, survivors include her husband, David Locke of Ellwood City; daughter, Carrie Duffield of Ellwood City; two sons, Mark Duffield of Rochester, Adam Locke of New Castle; two sisters, Mary (Richard) Martorana of Michigan, Barbara (Donald) Anderson of New York; three brothers, Dante (Patty) Trevelline of Chippewa, John (Cindy) Trevelline of New York, Robert Trevelline of Corry, PA; and five grandchildren, Sierra Duffield, Jordan Duffield, Taylynn Crumb, Cordai Crumb, and Zariah Duffield.
She was preceded in death by her mother.
Visiting hours will be held on Thursday February 28, 2019 from 2 pm until the time of the funeral service at 5 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home 200 Fountain Ave. Ellwood City.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
You were such a wonderful person and will be missed. Our family is grateful you were part of our lives. There are not enough words to express our condolences.
Carrie and family – I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. We had alot of good times on First Ave. she was a good neighbor. You will be in our thoughts and prayers at this time.
Chris and Gary MacDonald
Heaven welcomes you back into your Mothers open arms. Be at peace and free from pain dear friend. Thoughts and prayers to the family.
Fly high my dear friend! Thoughts and prayers for the Trevelline and Locke families. ?
Our deepest sympathy to the Trevelline family from Martha, Chuck, Mollie and Dave Prestopine
Sorry for your loss. Karen was a neighbor and classmate.
Karen, we had a lot to talk about. Your life was dedicated to your children and grandchildren and you were always there for them. Never said no for anything! I understand now. We talked via online in weeks before you went home. That was between us. Karen I know in my heart and soul that your Momma was there waiting for you. I know you are free from pain. All my love.