Elizabeth Ann Albertson

Elizabeth Albertson


Dec. 17, 1962 — Feb. 22, 2016

Elizabeth Albertson left us with grace and beauty Feb. 22, 2016, in Portland, Oregon, after a two and a half year battle with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer.

Elizabeth was born to Don and Anna Albertson Dec. 17, 1962, in Monticello, Kentucky. She arrived in Warrenton at 6 weeks old with her family, and her mother still resides there. Elizabeth is the fourth of five children with siblings Linda, Parris, William and Mary.

Elizabeth attended Warrenton grade school and high school. After high school Liz lived in Washington state, Montana and Alaska before returning back home to Warrenton.

In 1998, Liz met the love of her life, Dennis Karns. During her struggle with cancer, Dennis stayed by her side to the end.

Liz worked various jobs in her life from landscaping to cannery work in Astoria. She was devoted to her family and loved ones. Her hobbies included reading, collecting angels and camping.

Liz’s passing was in a peaceful and beautiful setting, with music from a harpist and surrounded by new friends.

Liz was preceded in passing by her father Donald; older brother Parris; and nieces Tammy Albertson and Crystal Hardy.

She is survived by her significant other Dennis Karns of Astoria; mother Anna Albertson of Warrenton; sister Linda Hardy of Florida; brother William Albertson of Seaside; sister Mary Albertson of Salem; and several nieces and nephews

A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.

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