November 20, 2012
Plymouth OH 44865 11/26/2012 13:00:00
Plymouth OH 44865 11/27/2012 11:00:00
Karnel Yvette Hudson, age 44, of Plymouth, Ohio passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 follow a brief illness. She was born on February 5, 1968 in Willard, Ohio and had been a Plymouth resident the majority of her life. She was a 1986 graduate of Plymouth High School and earned a Bachelor in Elementary Education from O.S.U. and later a Masters Degree in Gifted Education. She most recently was teaching at the Grace Christian PreSchool in Willard. She was a member of the LifePoint Community Church in Plymouth.
She is survived by her loving husband, William “Bill” Hudson whom she married on March 22, 1992; daughter, Olivia Yvette Hudson; and son Trevor William Hudson of the home; Parents, Roy and Nancy (Chandler) Edler of Willard; two brothers, Brian (Jennifer Ryman) Edler of Findlay; and Scott Edler of Kenton; sister, Amy Edler of Lubbock, TX; nieces and nephews, Kodie, MacKenzie and Kurtis Edler of Findlay; Jonathan Edler of Shelby; mother-in-law, Margaret Hudson Hoopes of Salem; sisters-in-law, Margaret Ann (Jim) Highlander of Shelby; Fayette Adams of Plymouth; Dianna (Rick) Barley of Salem; nieces and nephews, Tyler (Alaina) Adams of Tennesse; Ryan (Devon) Adams of Plymouth; Whitney Adams of Plymouth, and Jacob Adams of Plymouth; Jimmy (Hollie) Highlander of Shelby; Amy (Sam) Highlander of Mansfield; Kelly and Krista Barley of Salem; Lisa (Mark) Smith of Mansfield; and numerous aunts and uncles.
Friends may call at the LifePoint Community Church in Plymouth, Ohio on Monday, November 26, 2012 from 1:00 to 3:00 PM and 6:00 to 8:00 PM where the funeral service will be held on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 at 11:00 AM with Pastors Rich Hurles and Doug Winner officiating. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Cemetery in Plymouth, Ohio. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the Hudson children in care of: Fayette Adams, 8075 SR 61, Plymouth, OH 44865. Online condolences can be made at www.secorfuneralhomes.com
Dear family of Karnel,
I am sorry for the loss of your loved one, who was loved by many. She wsa young, with much life yet to live.
Death is such an enemy and is no respecter of age.
Experiencing such a loss,,we may wonder why? or if their is anything to look forward to?
Jesus well knew the Bible statement:” Time and unforeseen occurrence befall them all”[Ecclesiastes 9:11]. He knew that
sometimes bad things just happen.
The wonderful future resurrection hope is the promise found at John 5:28,29.
Revelation 21:3,4 states that in the future ‘ death will be no more. and pain
will be no more, the former things will have passed away.’
Our Creator, Jehovah God, by means of his son Jesus, is going to undo the tragedies that touch our lives today and we will be able to welcome back onto the paradise earth,our loved ones who have fallen asleep in death.
sinerely dianne mullins
Karnel was one of those people in your life that you can’t forget! She was so passionate as a teacher and so giving in all that met her. She was so selfless and caring for everyone she met. Karnel helped me so many times with my business her connections that she had helped me to survive raising 5 kids as a single parent. She is in a much better place now. God has accepted her into heaven, because it wouldn’t be heaven without her!!! Many Happy Returns Karnel!!!
I work at Woodland Elementary School. I was able to get to know Karnel while she was a tag teacher for Mansfield City Schools. She was one of the sweetest people I had ever met. I was so sorry to see her leave the school system, but I knew it was for her best interest. She has been greatly missed here at school. My prayers go out to the family. I can not imagine how the children are holding up. Karnel always had pictures of them and would tell me how they were doing. She was a great person, and I am glad she passed through my life.
My heart breaks for the entire family. I can only hope and pray that your memories of all of the good times shared over the years will help carry everyone through this very tragic time.
Will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
Nancy and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. May Gods grace give you peace and comfort.
So sorry for your loss.Karnel was full of life, always laughing and cheerful.We will miss her.
I have met many wonderful people in my life, but there are those who stand out, those whose God’s love shines through. Karnel was one of them! We taught 8th grade together, and later she and Bill bought our house on 61. I was so overjoyed when they were able to fill that house with the two children they had longed for all these years. I have been taught not to question God’s will, but sometimes it is so hard to understand. All week I have been kind of bitter thinking that she was another one of God’s “shooting stars” who leaves us too soon. That is not the case – she is one of God’s shining stars, and her light will long be remembered here on earth, and forever in heaven. To her family, God promises comfort to those who grieve, and please know there are so many people praying that you receive the peace and the strength you need to carry you through these dark days.
Bill, Trevor, Olivia and family… No words can express my sadness in your loss. I worked with Karnel at Springmill Elementary and we became good friends. I will miss her enthusiam for life and her upbeat attitude. She adored her family and lived each to care for them. As you grieve and move forward may God bless all of you with peace and assurance. My prayers go with you during this sad time. Brenda Kohli
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. So saddened by your loss. No words can ever express how sorry I am for her husband and the kids.
We are devastated at the loss of such a great person. Thank you for being a kind and loving teacher in the short time you had with our daughter. Our thoughts are with your family. May they feel your warmth forever.
I was truly heartbroken to hear of Karnel’s passing. My heart breaks for your entire family. Karnel was a wonderful person who loved life. May God give you all the strength you need to get through this difficult time and may her memory stay with you forever! You will all be in my thoughts and prayers!
We were shocked to hear of Karnel’s passing. We remember her as a quite,soft spoken young woman with a sense of humor and always a smile on her beautiful face. Karnel is with both of her grandmother’s and will be watching over the family.
Words cannot express the sadness that is felt when losing a loved one.
All of our prayers and love go out to Karnel’s family.
Brenda and Philip Prater
NANCY,I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR DAUGHTER..I HOPE U ALL FIND COMFORT IN OUR LORD..AND KEEP ALL YOUR MEMEORIES CLOSE IN YOUR HEARTS,,,GOD BLESS U ALL….
My condolences to you Bill,Olivia,Trevor,and Roy & Nancy in the death of Karnel. I was surprised when I learned of her passing. I have known Karnel since we were classmates at OSU and then worked with her through the gifted program services at Mid-Ohio ESC. May peace be with you all and I keep you in my prayers.
I just wanted to let all of Karnel’s family how very sorry we are to hear about your loss. Karnel’s bright, happy smile will always remain in my memory. We will continue to keep you all in our prayers, that you may find comfort and peace. God bless you.
Karnel was a beautiful soul who found joy in everything and everyone. My heart breaks for her family. We were all blessed in knowing her and sharing with her a part of her journey here. Karnel made a difference in many young lives…I will always remember her smiling. Sending prayers for peace and healing…
I am so sorry! Karnel was a great person and wonderful cousin. My heart aches but I am very thankful that nothing can rob us of the wonderful and fun memories that we have. Love to you all!
Your family is in my prayers.
I met Karnel when I was secretary at Buckeye East Elementary. We connected right a way. She was so excited when she had Olivia and couldn’t wait to show pictures of her. And how excited she was to find herself expecting Trevor. Karnel was a special teacher who really cared about her students. A beautiful person has left this earth but she will never be forgotten for she has left a wonderful legacy in her short life. May God Bless her family as they go towards the coming days.
Nancy & Family,
I was just heartbroken to hear about the lose of your wonderful daughter Karnel, she seemed like such a beautiful soul, so full of life. I remember her bringing Olivia in a few times to Mack’s when she was just a baby, and the love & pride that showed on her face as she talked about her new baby, it was amazing just to listen to her. I’m sure she will be deeply missed by everyone that loved her so. Just sometimes life doesn’t really seem fair at all. I will keep you in my prayers. I know that you all will be strong for each other in the days to come, and always hold her close to your hearts.
Nancy, I am so sorry for your loss.We are right across the ally if you need anything.Our love and prayers, the Reams.
To Nancy and family words cannot say how sad I am of your loss. I hope memories will help you at this difficult time. May God bless you.
My prayers go out to Karnel’s family. She was a wonderful person and a great teacher to myself when I was young. She will be forever remembered.
Deepest sympathy to Bill, Olivia, and Trevor. Karnel was my colleague at Springmill Elementary and I was truly privileged to know her. She always put the needs of her students first and shared her love for her two beautiful children. My thoughts and prayers go out to her entire family.
I am so sorry to hear of Karnel’s death. We never met in person, but her energy and enthusiasm for life were always apparent, as was her love for her husband and her children. She will be sorely missed.
Words can not express !! Karnel was a beuatiful and lovely person who love her family. Much love to all the family on this horrible time.
I was shocked and saddened to hear of Karnel’s passing. I want to extend my sincerest condolences to the families who must now face the sudden reality of losing a loved one. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Nancy My heart cries out for you in sorrow, in the loss of your child. Love always, Brenda
My prayers to the Edler family, I miss you all.. Karnel was always so nice to me, I’ll never forget that. God bless you.
I am sorry to hear about the loss of Karnel. Thoughts and prayers are with you. May God guide you and give you strength and guidance through this time of sorrow.
I was shocked and saddened to hear of my cousin passing. I hadn’t seen Karnel in a very long time but I hear she was a very special person. God must have needed another angel to help watch over us to take her at such a young age. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of our family members to get through this extremely tough time.
I am so sorry to hear of Karnel’s passing.It has been many years since I last saw Karnel but, I can still see her smile and hear her laugh like it was yesturday.She has one of the biggest hearts I know. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. May the Good Lord bless and watch over you all.
mrs. Hudson was my T.A.G. Teacher in 2nd and 3rd grade I am so sorry for your loss and I will pray for you and your family.
Karnel, her mother, Nancy, and the whole Edler family welcomed me to Plymouth when I came to work at the high school in 1982. What was going to be a two or three year career move, has turned into a thirty year stay because of the continual kindness of families like the Edlers. I shall miss Karnel’s warmth and friendship.
Brian, Jenny and family,
God be with you in your time of need. You are in my prayers.
Querida Karnel fuiste mi amiga por correo postal por 15 años, y aunque nunca nos conocimos personalmente, tus cartas eran muy agradables, mis condolencias para toda tu familia y un abrazo amiga para ti que ya estas en el cielo, te extrañaré,….tu amiga de MEXICO
To all of the Hudson and Edler family, I just wanted to tell you that my heart is breaking for your sudden loss. Her love of life was just amazing and it showed in everything she did, from her love for her family, to her teaching career,her funny stories, her pictures and her genuine warmth that she had for people. Even back in high school she was always smiling…always postive…and always Karnel! God Bless you all.
I was shocked to hear of Karnel’s untimely passing. My condolences to your family. I grew up with all the Edler kids, they were like my second family growing up, we were neighbors for many years. Again all my love and prayers.
Our hearts and our prayers go out to your family at this time. Karnel was a beautiful and lovely person. We will miss her sweet smile and kind heart. We are here for all of you, you only have to call and we will be there.
Our youngest son Colin was in Karnel’s preschool class at Grace. He loved his teacher and he loves his class. Mrs. Hudson helped with his speech more than any speech therapist ever did in a fraction of the time. I credit his success to her, he has made leaps and bounds since he started this year. Karnel will be greatly missed and our hearts go out to the family.
To Karnel’s loved ones, I am so sorry for your loss. Karnel was a beautiful person inside and out and will be sadly missed by all that knew her. My thoughts and prayers to all.
Bill, I know there are no words that can help with the grief that fills you at this time. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Positive, inspiring and giving with a great sense of humor and an ability to lift others, even from afar. Karnel will be missed by many. Even those she never met “in real life” but who became close to her through her love of an active lifestyle, especially running. I had the pleasure and honor to run with Karnel both in person and virtually through our running forum online. Never to be forgotten is hearing her voice cheering out to me at the end of a 50 mile race in Northern Michigan. I thought I was imagining her there because of her constant encouragement but she had driven all that way and stuck around to be there for my finish. No matter her speed she took joy in participating and competing. A true athlete is one who persists not for any prize but for the sheer joy of competing. Karnel was a true athlete. She has inspired and touched many hearts. Bill and kids- be proud of the woman you had in your midst and model her in your thoughts and actions. She will always be a one of a kind.
My heart grieves for Bill, Trevor, Olivia and all Karnel’s family as my mind tries to come to grasp Karnel’s passing. Karnel was a very special member of our running group. Although most of us have never met in real life, we were truly family and Karnel was always there for each of us. She brought us smiles, hugs, encouragement, and laughter. She shared her kids with us, as they would type us messages and send us smiley faces and other emoticons. She shared her love of family, so much so that I feel like I know her husband Bill, her brother, Brian, her granny, her kids. Karnel was one special lady, a kind soul, a bright light that radiates love and peace. Karnel, we love you and will miss you!
My condolences to the Edler and Hudson families. You will be in my thoughts and prayers for your great loss. Karnel will be greatly missed.
Our deepest condolences to Karnel’s family. She was such a positive spirit, always making the lives of those she met a little better. Her influence will live on in the lives of her family and in the many whose life she touched.
I have been thinking of Karnel all day. I only have happy thoughts of her. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I am very sorry for your loss.
Many thoughts and prayers going out to the family of Karnel…..I was really shocked to hear the news and sadden by it ..She will be truely missed by all that knew her….may god be with you all for the days ahead…….again sorry for your loss………….she will be your guardian angel…
To Karnel’s family…I am so sorry for your loss. Karnel was a wonderful person that touched many lives. She will be missed by many! May God comfort you in the days ahead. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Bill and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you and your family are in my prayers.
My heart breaks for you all in the loss of a wonderful wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Like everyone has said, Karnel could light up a room with her smile and laugh. I’m glad I was given the chance to reconnect with her during the Fireman’s Festival…that was a blessing. I pray that God would cover each of you with His compassion, comfort, peace, and love.
Prayers to you all.
To all of the family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Karnel was a super sweet person. I am sure you have many wonderful memories. Prayers for you family.