Karen Ann Kohler-Kaiser
Pen Name: None
Genres: Non-Fiction, Other;
Born: 1965 in Waterloo, Illinois
I was born in Belleville, Illinois(St. Clair County) and have lived in Palatine, Waukegan, in Chicago but mainly a life-long resident of Waterloo, Illinois (Monroe County) where I also attended school.
Biographical and Professional Information
Kohler-Kaiser's book, Frozen Grief, is a true story. It was written after the loss of her sister Kathy Baxmeyer(40), nephew Kadin(7) and Kadin's friend Austin after they fell through thin ice on a rural Illinois pond. She has also illustrated a children's ice safety education book with her daughter Danielle Dunlap, See Ice, Think Twice: A Story About Ice Safety.
To help further educate people on the danger of ice, Kaiser has helped form Project Skipper, a not-for-profit organization. A registered dental hygienist, Karen has also published feature articles in dental trade magazines and for 5 years she authored a monthly column in RDH Magazine, a popular dental hygiene magazine.
Frozen Grief A Sister's Story of Grieving Sudden Loss, Createspace, 2014
See Ice,think Twice A Story About Ice Safety, Createspace, 2012
Titles for Purchase and at Your Library
Frozen Grief: A Sister's Story of Grieving Sudden Loss
Release Date: 2014-09-25
Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances
Speaking Engagement Availability: (Yes)
The author will speak to grief share groups, churches and other groups about sudden loss/grief. Contact the author via email.
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