It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Karen Lee Rollins, who left this world on March 6th, 2023 at the age of 71. A beloved mother, daughter, sister, and friend to many, her loss is deeply felt by all who knew her.\n\nKaren was born on November 28th, 1951 in Price, Utah to her loving parents Ross and Norma Fazzio. She spent her childhood in Price, where she inherited a passion for cooking and conversation from her Grandma Fazzio. A graduate from Orem High School, class of 1971, Karen went on to attend Brigham Young University.\n\nKaren was married to the love of her life, Craig Rollins, for fifty-two years. They met in college and quickly fell in love, embarking on a lifetime of adventure. Karen was also a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where she found great comfort and strength in her faith. Karen embraced and nurtured a legacy of family, faith and a positive mental attitude; instilling these values in her posterity and all who knew her.\n \nStudent government, yearbook, drill team and cheer are just a few of the many contributions at Washougal High School (10 years); along with her service as a member of the Washougal School District Board (8 years). Karen will be remembered for her sharp wit, playful sense of humor, infectious smile, wise kind heart, and her unwavering devotion to her family and friends. She touched the lives of everyone she met, and her memory will live on in the hearts of those who remember her.\n\nAbove all else, Karen was a devoted mother to her children Lisa Lewis (Michael), Colby Rollins (Cydney), Zach Rollins, Amanda Tippetts (Jason), whom she loved more than anything in the world. She took great joy in watching them grow and helping them pursue their dreams, and they will always remember her as a constant source of love and support. Her legacy continues as a beloved grandmother to thirteen grandchildren, and a great grandmother to five great-grandchildren. She cherished her role as a grandmother, and loved spending time with her grandchildren, shopping, cooking, telling stories, and making memories. Karen's love for her family was boundless, and she was always happiest when surrounded by those she loved most. \n\nKaren is survived by her husband Craig, her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, her siblings Lori Rogerson (Rodney), Cyndi Turk (Michael) and many other family members and friends who loved her deeply. She will be dearly missed, but her legacy of love and kindness will live on forever.