Karen Diane (Shaw) Shields, 55
Posted on June 7, 2021
LAWRENCEVILLE — Karen Diane (Shaw) Shields, age 55, of Lawrenceville, passed away on Thursday, June 3, 2021 at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes, Indiana.
She was born on Nov. 22, 1965 in Lawrenceville, the daughter of Donald Leon and Wilberta (Griffin) Shaw.
Karen worked at Vincennes University. Her hobbies included traveling and going to the beach. She enjoyed many years with her faithful companion, her dog, Ernesto.
Preceding her in death were: her parents.
Survivors include: one sister, Chris Shaw-Fry; one brother, Gary Shaw; one niece, Andrea Youngs and husband, Tom; two nephews, Tyler Shaw and Tory Shaw; and best friend, Scott Shields.
There will be no formal services conducted.
Emmons-Macey and Steffey Funeral Home in Lawrenceville is in charge of the arrangements.
Please visit www.emmonsmaceysteffey.com to view the tribute and to send condolences.
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