Karen L. Borcherding
December 25, 1970 – October 17, 2021
Karen was born in Hampton, Virginia, on December 25, 1970. She passed suddenly on October 17, 2021. Karen was a graduate from Blair High in 1989, after graduation she made her home in Omaha, Nebraska. Karen loved animals and made a career as a Vet Tech, caring for all animals she happened across. She was also a talented and esteemed equestrian, winning many awards and championships during her longstanding career with horses.
Karen was preceded in death by her father, Leo Borcherding. She is survived by mother, Connie Borcherding; sister, DeeAnn Sesemann (Todd); brother, David Borcherding (Jen); many beloved friends; nieces and nephews; pets; and her much beloved horse, Sass, and an unborn foal.
CELEBRATION OF LIFE: Sunday, October 24th from 2pm to 4 pm at West Center Chapel. In lieu of flowers and gifts, please make a generous donation to the local horse rehabilitation farm, Urban Acres, 4806 Redman Avenue, Omaha, NE 68104, Nebraska Humane Society or the Nebraska Humane Society.
So sorry and prayers for comfort.
So very sorry
Karen was, in my memory, a witty and loving friend. We shared a lot of experiences and a love of horses that may have bordered on unhealthy. Her laugh is forever etched in my brain as what I have come to know as the sound of pure joy. I am so glad to have shared space and time with Karen. Love and comfort to all who knew and cared for her.
So sad and so sorry. Thoughts and prayers to the family
So so sorry for your loss, prayers to the family.
My condolences to friends & family.
Karen was one of my best friends. Her sense of humor and wit was unparalleled. You being in my life made me a better person! I love you Karen. Until we meet again
So sorry to hear. My heart goes out to her family and loved ones
I was sorry to hear of your sister’s passing. I know you two had some great memories! Thinking of all of you!
So Sorry to hear of our Loved, wonderful co-worker passing away. She will be missed so
,much. She was a light in our midst, and a smile on our days. God Bless her family today and
in the future.
Very sad to hear of her passing. She was a kind soul, my hearts and prayers go out to her family.