“Helen was an American Icon and will never be replaced. Her life was an inspiration to all; especially women and journalists. She set the standard for asking the questions others were afraid to ask. She was the most dedicated to the principle of journalistic integrity & TRUTH. GOD blessed us all, the day she was born. RIP dear Lady
“My family and I will miss you. The Kay family was a next door neighbour to the Thomas family for many years. We will remember you and your family as friendly good neighbours. Marie Kay Campbell
“Dear Thomas and other families,
I am sorry for your loss. May her memory be eternal! God bless her and her family.
“I had the pleasure of meeting Helen through the Mabarak's. She was a great lady and an honor to met such an person of her statute. She was very pleasant. She autographed her book, which I will cherish for the rest of my life. Ethel Smith
“She did her job with honesty and integrity. And now she (a want a be torch singer) and Peggy Lee can sing 'is that all there is?' Thank you Helen.
“You will always live in our hearts and prayers.
“I met Helen at Fountain St. church in Grand Rapids, Mi. when she was giving a speech. She was so gracious and kind. I have followed her for a long time. My thought's and prayer's are with all who loved and knew her. Sharon Kauffman Failey Indianapolis, IN.
“REST N PEACE