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November 20, 2018

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November 20, 2018
To your spirit and your kindness, thank you for your examples.
November 20, 2018
Mrs. Helen Cupps was a dear client of Home Care Resources and we had the pleasure of helping her during her time of need. The management and caregiving staff who got to know her loved her. Mrs. Cupps loved to share her traveling stories and worldly experiences with all of us. She will be fondly missed and we all want to express our deepest condolences to Lisa, Eugene and Cindy and the rest of her family.
November 20, 2018
Helen was the best neighbor anyone could have. She was like a second Mother to me. She lived her faith and was a great example for all of us. I will miss her!
Sara Bollman
November 19, 2018
It is acknowledged that with aging our strongest qualities become more obvious. I only had the privilege to know Mrs Cupps in her last years.
I can not therefore comment on how others might have seen her in decades past.
In her last years in my presence she was gracious, welcoming, inquisitive, friendly and very interested in the comfort of others even when uncomfortable in her illness. As such, I must conclude that these qualities must have been some of the most deeply basic parts to her being. She was a good lady whose good deeds have left a legacy most would admire for their own.