Kara Stockton Obituary Atlanta, GA, Talk106.7’s Radio host has passed away

Kara Stockton Obituary

Kara Stockton Obituary, Death: Former Atlanta Radio personality and Talk 106.7’s Radio co-host, Kara Stockton of Marietta, Georgia, has died at the age of 44, following a brief illness. Kara Tesney Tesney Stockton was pronounced deceased on March 11, 2022. She was born on December 5, 1977.

Kara Stockton is survived by her husband, Dr. Jason Bailey; mother, Shirley Stockton; brother, Rob Stockton; nephews, Nick, Alec and Jake; aunts, uncles and cousins.

Kara was preceded in death by her father Bob Stockton; grandparents, Hazel and Bonnie Stockton, Nina and Herschel Everett.

Funeral Services will be 2pm Wednesday, March 16, 2022 at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 3455 Canton Road, Marietta, 30066. Burial will be in Kennesaw Memorial Park in Marietta. The family will receive friends from 5 to 7pm Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at the Historic Mayes Ward Dobbins Funeral Home, Marietta. Contributions may be made to the Cobb County Humane Society.

Sharing from loved ones of Kara

Sometimes you make friends at work and if you’re lucky enough you make family. Kara Stockton was more than my co-worker, she was my big sister. We wrote countless stories together, edited days upon months upon years of audio as a team, produced shows, celebrated New Years, hung out at Braves games, covered the Super Bowl, watched UGA and Bama, podcasted and so much more. While it seems like there is a never ending stream of memories running through my mind right now, I’ll always cherish the small ones like grabbing a beer after work to shoot the breeze or just talking for hours on end while stuck in traffic. The laughs and ridiculousness will always be with me, but more importantly the advice and love. Rest In Peace my big sister. You were one of a kind.

Brett Barney

Kara Stockton, you were not just a best friend in the good times; you were a best friend in the moments that crushed me so much that I would never have been able to stand again without you in my life. I am in complete shock and denial right now to know that I will never see you again on this earth. You lived life like it was a drug you were addicted to. And to be around your energy was infectious. There’s so many things I want to thank you for, but the one moment right now that sparks in my brain is throwing our wedding reception in your backyard and Pops being there to witness our happiness. You are truly an irreplaceable human being. Man, this is just too damn hard! I love you so damn much! You will always be in my head telling me how to move forward in the most difficult times.

Vince Zangaro

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