Kari Sarina (Hall) Torres

Posted 3/3/20

Kari Sarina (Hall) Torres; 32 years, 2 months, 8 days; of Madisonville, TX; passed away at her home surrounded by her family and friends on February 25, 2020. A celebration of Kari's life is scheduled for noon on Saturday; February 29, 2020 at Cross Baptist Church in Iola, TX. Bro. Josh Schwarz will officiate. The burial will follow at Cross Cemetery in Iola, TX. The visitation is scheduled for Friday; February 28, 2020 from 5-7pm at Day Funeral Home Chapel in Madisonville, TX.

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Kari Sarina (Hall) Torres

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Kari Sarina (Hall) Torres; 32 years, 2 months, 8 days; of Madisonville, TX; passed away at her home surrounded by her family and friends on February 25, 2020. A celebration of Kari's life is scheduled for noon on Saturday; February 29, 2020 at Cross Baptist Church in Iola, TX. Bro. Josh Schwarz will officiate. The burial will follow at Cross Cemetery in Iola, TX. The visitation is scheduled for Friday; February 28, 2020 from 5-7pm at Day Funeral Home Chapel in Madisonville, TX.

Kari was born on December 17, 1987 in Huntsville, TX and graduated from Madisonville High School. She was a loving wife to her husband, Juan and a loving mother to her daughter, Hayleigh. Kari loved to laugh, she loved to travel, and she loved bright colors! Most of all, she loved being with her husband, daughter, and friends.

Kari was preceded in death by her great grandmother, Fannie Hall and her great uncles, Bobby Hall, Elmo Hall, and Jerry Hall.

Kari is survived by her husband, Juan Torres; her daughter, Hayleigh Torres; her grandmother, Judy Blackwell; and a great group of family and friends: Bridget Farmer, Paige Willis, Brandon Hendrix, Eric Farmer, Kimberly Farmer, Heather Elliot, Ashley Langham, Adan Martinez, Carmen Martinez, Tyler Martinez, Samantha Martinez, Jackie Johnson, Deandria Wallace-Bonaby, Henry Wallace-Harris, Tristan Bonaby, Beverly Smith, Whitney Smith, Ava Smith, Shelby Smith, Layla Smith, Shaunna Dilorio, Brayden Dilorio, and Aubrey Dilorio.

Serving as pallbearers are: Jason Rivera, Casey Rivera, Henry Wallace-Harris, Tyler Martinez, Eric Farmer, and Adan Martinez.

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