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Winston, Helen  
Winston, Helen May 21, 1915 to February 16 ,2015. Born in Brooklyn, New York to Sam and Ida Weiner, Helen was a first generation American and the oldest of three children. After pursuing the traditional role of wife and mother as a young woman, she changed course and embarked later in life into a career as a court reporter. Given her talents for the profession, and having secured her post as a stenographer with the State of California Unemployment Department, she began teaching court reporting classes at San Bernardino Valley College during the 1970s. Upon her retirement from the state and teaching, she embraced her role as a volunteer and supported many local charities. She also could be found more days than not at the local bridge hall. Helen was also known for her deftness in the art of crochet, needle point and knitting. She studied Science of Mind and was a devotee of Earnest Holmes and Joel Goldsmith. A three time cancer survivor, Helen was an inspiration to many for her positive attitude, belief and faith in healing through prayer and good living. An avid Scrabble player, she played and won her last game only two weeks before she passed. She is survived by her sons and daughter-in-laws, Alan & Phyllis Winston, Spencer & Hugette Winston, her grand-daughter Sherry Winston, her Scrabble partner, Dr. Joe Hohl and her care giver of five and a half years, Ethel Lacanaria.
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Published in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on Feb. 27, 2015
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