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Helen Cole

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December 11, 2013
I will miss you Grandma more then anyone will ever know or understand....thank you for all you did for me and especially my wonderful father. Keep each other safe and warm and someday I hope to join you both.
July 21, 2013
Helen was my super wonderful Grandmother – and I already miss her more than I thought imaginable

Thank you for all you brought into my life -for the lessons - thank you for sharing your aging with me and showing me the beauty of it - for the love of food and sewing and a good laugh - for my work ethic and my strong German bones!

There was an old song that you loved- something about when you come to the end of a perfect day - I wish nothing but peace for you in your reunion with all those that you loved and left before you did

I'll look for you along my path as I know we'll meet again

XOXO

-Candace
July 12, 2013
Helen Cole was my grandmother. I started calling her every Sunday in my 20's until she could no longer talk on the phone. I loved our weekly talks and treasured her advice and the smile I always had on my face as we hung up. As she got older she would make a list of what we were going to talk about each Sunday and when I would call she would first say “let me go get the list” she would return with a list of topics that we would talk about or things she had thought about during the week . . . and I never hung up until we checked off each topic on the list. She was a very strong woman and I thank her for my backbone, she was sensible and smart, she was a real hard worker and a perfectionist, she was a great cook and a food pusher, she made a great apple pie! . . . and signed all her cards with many xo's . . . and when she hugged you it was clear how much she loved you because you could feel it right through the hug.
I loved that woman. XOXOX to you Grannie
July 12, 2013
Helen was my great grandmother! I always loved going out to see her and I felt so special to have a great grandmother! We'll miss her! Xoxo
July 12, 2013
Helen was my great grandmother. She always hugged me close and told me funny stories and her love for my blonde hair. She was an absolute joy to be around and I will miss her and her presence greatly.

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