TO WATCH WEBCAST CLICK ON "PHOTOS & VIDEOS" TAB: If on a cell phone scroll to the bottom.\n\nAnne Louise was born December 12, 1934, in Twin Falls, Idaho. Eral and Ruby Henderson were living in Twin Falls. They had one daughter, Beth, age 11, but had been unable to have other children. Beth heard that a baby was available at the County Hospital. She went right home to tell her parents. After about four days the Henderson’s were happily able to take this little girl home with them. They had her sealed to them in the Logan Temple. Both parents were working and Beth was in school. So, Anne Louise spent about half of the time with grandparents, George and Martha England, in Arimo. Grandparents Benjamin and Dicy Henderson lived on their ranch in Arimo. Anne attended grade school in Twin Falls and Arimo.\n\nWith the advent of World War II, the family moved to Salt Lake City where they lived in the Avenues, then near Liberty Park and finally at 2045 Redondo Avenue. Anne attended Hawthorne grade school, Irving Junior and East High Schools. She loved the libraries, history, dance and music. When someone was going from Salt Lake City to Idaho, she would catch a ride to see the extended families she loved there. She played the piano, sang in the Acapella chorus, church choruses, the Book of Mormon Oratorio and was in dance groups.\n\nOn November 21, 1953, Anne Louise married Kenneth William Karren in the Salt Lake City temple. She finished her quarter at the University of Utah and joined him in the Territory of Hawaii in February 1954. They also lived in McAlister Oklahoma, Ithaca New York, Salt Lake City, Provo, Utah, Las Vegas, Nevada and South Jordan, Utah. Most of their married lives were spent in Provo.\n\nShe showed an affectionate, loving personality with babies, youth and adults alike. Neighbors coveted her delicious cookies Concord grape juice from the garden. She liked horses, kittens, pruning shrubs, flowers and walking and talking in the early morning with other ladies. She was very active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, serving as a very caring President of Primary, Ward Relief Society and Stake Relief Society for long periods of time. She also drove to Salt Lake City on a weekly basis to serve as a docent at the Relief Society building.\n\nShe suffered from arthritis and three back surgeries. In her final years she had chronic leukemia and finally extremely painful acute myeloid leukemia. But she did not let pain stop her from working and doing and loving others.\n\nShe was preceded in death by her sister Beth Steele (Elbert) and granddaughter in-law Julie Mugleston Karren. She was survived by her husband, Kenneth, and children, Kenneth, Jr, (Michele), Elizabeth (Guy Little), Phillip (Maritza), Scott (Susan), Laura (Sam Western), Thomas (Carisa) and Catherine (Jason Singer), 26 grandchildren, 12 of their spouses and 35 great grandchildren. \n\nShe died April 14, 2020 and was buried in the Eastlawn Cemetery in Provo, Utah. She was greatly loved by all.