Karen Mitchell was born on February 22, 1966, in Miami, Florida to the late George Albert Brown and Hattie Mitchell. She was raised in Miami and attended Miami-Dade County Public Schools, to include Earlington Heights Elementary and Thomas Jefferson Middle School. She completed her education at Miami-Dade Community College. Karen was employed by the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration Customs Enforcement for almost 25 years. She was very proud of her career and took great pride in the work she did. Of all her accomplishments, none was greater than in 1983, when her handsome son Andre was born; followed by her two beautiful daughters. Karen was so proud of her children and equally as proud to be their mother. She was loving, caring and protective of them. She worked hard to ensure they had everything they needed and some of the things they wanted. Karen was the type of woman who was devoted not only to her children, but to family and friends. If you were ever in need-you could count on Karen to help you. Today as we remember Karen, we remember her loving personality and how she loved her family. We remember her love of traveling to the Bahamas, Walt Disney World and going on cruises, especially the Tom Joyner Cruises. She believed in working hard and rewarded herself with a good vacation. There are many good memories of Karen, far too many to name. Each of these memories will linger on in our hearts forever. On June1, 2023, Karen Mitchell departed this life. She was preceded in death by her parents. George Albert Brown and Hattie Mitchell; and siblings: Tyrone Brown and Mamie Mitchell. She leaves behind treasured memories to her three children Andre White, Kandice Wright (Tarvise Robertson), and Roshanda Watson (Lawrence); four sisters: Althea Mitchell, Beatrice Mitchell McKoy, Theresa Mitchell, and Lasonia Brown, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and loving friends.