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January 20, 2019

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December 31, 2018
I was Helen's tax accountant for the last 12 years. It was a pleasure to see her every year. She always had interesting things to talk about, especially about the years she and her family had spent in the Philippines.
We had both lived in the Washington, D.C., area at one time. She was fond of saying that returning there after her stay in the Philippines was considered a hardship post. It was not as easy to get help there.
Helen was a smart and gracious lady, and I considered her a friend rather than a client.
December 31, 2018
December 29, 2018
Helen and I found common ground right away when I became one of her caregivers. We had both lived in Provo, Utah and both of us grew up spending many hours riding our horses. I loved listening to her stories and adventures and she was interested in mine. She was so great at making everyone feel so important. Her sense of humor was wonderful!
The very first time I went to her house as a caregiver, she sent me to the store to get a pork loin. I was surprised at the cost , so talking to the butcher, thought I'd save her $10 and get an "equivalent" piece of meat. It was not and she was not happy. I learned right away that quality in everything was her priority and never made that mistake again. She liked her t-shirts to be ironed, even when it looked like they didn't need it. She could tell if they we're not ironed even though they looked the same as if they had been...just iron the shirts every time no matter what!
My family and I loved singing and playing flute and violin for her at Christmas time the last couple of years. Though she gave us far more than we gave her. She had been through hard things in her life, yet she maintained her testimony of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and of Jesus Christ . She was so easy to love and was amazing at giving love to others. She always made everyone feel so important. She will surely be missed! Until we meet again......,.
December 28, 2018