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Helen F. Levandowski

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NORTH HOOSICK, N.Y. -- Helen F. Levandowski, 94, died Friday, Aug. 11, 2006 at the Centers for Living and Rehabilitation in Bennington, Vt. She resided in North Hoosick and was the wife of the late Stanley Levandowski Sr.

Helen was born on Aug. 23, 1911, in Buskirk, the daughter of the late Willard and Elizabeth (Conway) Flynn. She was educated at St. Mary’s Academy in Hoosick Falls and the Training College for School Teachers. Helen was a school teacher, teaching at many one-room schools in the town of Hoosick for many years and later at the Hoosick Falls Central School, until retiring. In 1973, Helen was named teacher of the year. Throughout her career, Helen touched the lives of many students and made a lasting impression on all of them. She was a communicant of St. Patrick’s Church in Cambridge. She was a member of the PTA and was active at St. Mary’s Academy with bingo and the Auxiliary.

Survivors include her daughter, Rita Hoffman and her husband Richard, of North Hoosick; two sons, William Levandowski and his wife, Susan, of Queensbury, and Thomas Levandowski and his wife Sharon, of Hoosick Falls; a daughter-in-law, Betty Levandowski; her sisters, Sister Regina Marie, C.S.J., Sister Mary Ernesta, C.S.J., both of St. Joseph’s Provincial House in Latham, and Margaret Walsh of Greenwich; she is also survived by grandchildren and great grandchildren. Helen is predeceased by a son, Stanley Levandowski; two sisters, Mary Wyatt and Catherine Flynn; and a brother, Willard Flynn.

A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Monday at 2 p.m. from St. Patrick’s Church in Cambridge. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. There were no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to the St. Joseph’s Provincial House in Latham through the Mahar Funeral Home, 43 Main St. in Hoosick Falls, which handled the arrangements.
Published in Bennington Banner on Aug. 15, 2006
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