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March 25, 2014
Helen was a most delightful person - always smiling, witty, sharp. In particular, she was a good friend. When my mother moved into the nursing home, Helen came in to say "Hello" and so they became friends. Helen watched over my mother and shared stories with me when I came to visit. Soon, Helen and I were friends too.

Helen loved birds, especially cardinals, and she loved to watch the birds at the bird feeders outside of her window. I know that she could see the birds clearly, for she had excellent vision, which led to a memorable funny moment. One summer day last year when I came to visit I was wearing tennis shoes. Helen looked at me, then looked at my feet and said, "Where are your shoelaces?" I had to explain that my shoes had elastic and didn't need laces!

I'm sad that I didn't get to see Helen recently because I was so sick. Yet, I know that she will live on in all my fond memories of her. When I see the cardinals at my house, I think of Helen.

At the end of our visits, we had a special way of saying goodbye. We would throw "Dinah Shore" kisses to each other. So now I will throw one more "Dinah Shore" kiss. I will miss you Helen, but now you have your wings and can soar with the birds.
March 20, 2014
Helen was in the nursing home where my brother Richard Sachwitz and she was one remarkable lady. I enjoyed visitng with her and so did richard. Thanks for the memories Helen. Dance with the angels.
Shirley Pike
March 20, 2014
Helen was in the nursing home with my mother,
Edith Jones. They both celebrated their 100th
birthdays close together. Helen outlived mom by a year and a half. Helen was sharp of mind, very witty, and great sense of humor.
We loved watching her at mealtime if there was music as she would tap her fingers to the
beat of the music.
She also worked her fingers like she was
playing the song. She knew all the words for
all the hymns that were played!!!!
Helen was an amazing, beautiful lady and has
truly earned a very high place in heaven.
May she soar to heaven on eagles wings!!
After 101 years she has really earned her
"angel wings". She will be remembered by all
at the nursing home and missed.
Beverly Bayless
821 Hilltop Rd
Mendota Hgts, MN 55118
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