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February 23, 2019

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February 18, 2019
As the in-laws to Anne Byrne, my wife Mary Beth and I reside in the outer edge of the huge Byrne/Wysocki family. Nonetheless, over the four decades of our interlocking families we had many opportunities to visit and socialize with Bob and Helen and then, after Bob's passing, with Helen alone. I use the word alone in a limited grammatical sense, because it could never be said that Helen was alone. She was surrounded by a huge constellation of her children and their spouses, grandchildren and their spouses, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews and their spouses., all developing a community of love and affection. And then there there were the relatives of her sons and daughters-in-law, like us. And she knew ALL of our names, and asked after our children! I would have needed a computer program to acomplish what came so effortlessly to her, and always with genuine warmth and interest. We also remember Helen for her wit and incisive intelligence. She didn't suffer fools gladly. Obviously she will be missed by all who knew her. Less obviously, she quietly and without intent set a high bar for all who follow.
February 18, 2019

Dear Byrne Family,
We first met Helen as she moved across the hall from my Mother, Reathel, at St. Ann's. She was such a caring and cheerful person. My mom enjoyed her visits and friendly waves so much. She is deeply missed. We are so sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
February 17, 2019
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February 17, 2019
To the Byrne family. We are saddened by the loss of your mother. Having known Helen for a great number of years, there is a strong sense of loss. Lois Hiestand and I visited