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December 20, 2023
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Karen Lee Celano, 56, of Joppa, Maryland, passed away on December 20, 2023. Surrounded by her Family and close friends by her side. Karen was born on January 19, 1966, in Baltimore, Maryland, Her Mother Trevia Weglein Sullivan. Karen was a beloved wife to Dominick Celano and a devoted mother to her children, Daughter Brittney Knotts and husband Zach, Son Dominick Celano, Daughter Sofia Celano. Karen also leaves behind her sister, Kimberly Huskins, and brother, Frederick Hann.
Karen was a devoted mother and took great pride in witnessing her children's growth. Her unwavering support and love were the cornerstones of her family. Her children were the source of her greatest joy, and she cherished every moment spent with them.
Karen will be remembered for her nurturing nature and the warmth she brought to all those around her. Her selflessness and dedication to her family were truly remarkable.
Karen dedicated over 30 years of her life to her career at Mercy, working with Dr. Robert Zawodny, MD, Cardiology Specialist. Karen's commitment and expertise made a lasting impact on the healthcare community.
In lieu of Flowers the Family is asking to send all Donations to
NDP in care of Sofia Celano. For her Education
Notre Dame Preparatory School
815 Hampton Lane
Towson, Maryland 21286
Attention: Liz Reid Johnson
-- In honor of Karen's memory, her family and loved ones will gather to celebrate her life and the impact she had on those around her. (at a later date). Karen will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.