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Karen Mae Agoras


Karen Mae Agoras was born November 10th , 1961, in St. Louis, Missouri. She met and eventually married
her husband Nicholas Joseph Agoras (60) on September 30th , 1981, in Clayton Missouri. A family was
formed when she gave birth to the couple’s first child, a son, William Raymond Agoras (39) in 1982 and
then their second child, a daughter, Cassandra Mae Agoras (37) in 1984. Her daughter-in-law, Christine
Edwards-Agoras (32) married her son William in 2013 after they met serving in the Navy and they now
have two sons: Connor Bradley Agoras (5) and Luca Rey Agoras (3 months).

A woman with a courageous spirt, she had many talents and pursuits in her life. She attended a
modeling academy and went on to dabble in the field for a few years. She indulged in the arts, whether
it be drawing, decorating, crafting, fashion and achieved published poetry. She loved to sing and even
had a song write that she submitted and performed A Capella for a local radio station in North Carlina.
She eventually went on to become a Volunteer Firefighter in Weeksville, North Carolina for a bit. She
was fiercely loyal to her family and loved them with all her being. As a Coast Guard wife, she traveled
around the country with her husband and children, always ensuring that they were taken care of. Even
though she suffered since her youth with heart related illnesses, she was resilient and a fighter.

On November 10th , 2021, after suffering a massive heart attack, she passed away quietly at Regional
Medical Care Bayonet Point Hospital in Hudson, Florida; surrounded by the family she held so close to
her heart. She is survived by her husband, daughter, son, daughter-in-law, and 2 grandsons. Her memory will never
be forgotten, and her love will live on with her family.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be made to the American Heart Association in Karen’s memory.

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  • Carolyn B Closson says:

    Condolences Cassie and to the Agoras family. I still remember your mom’s beautiful face. I did not realize she had the illness then since she had a lot of energy and was always laughing. She will be resting peacefully in paradise now. Stay strong, Cassie.

  • Mary Agoras Phillips says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of my brother Nick’s wife and the mother of his children. I am so glad that she got to see her grandsons right before she passed away. She always was willing for my family to stay with them whenever we came to Florida or North Carolina. God bless all of them.

  • Jenny says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful mother. I will always remember her as the kind and generous woman who wanted to make sure that Ollie had an original teddy bear when she was a baby. Love you all ❤

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