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1946 - 2020
Helen Chatfield Obituary
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April 09, 2020

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April 09, 2020

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March 30, 2020
I will never forget Helen. She was not just my employer she was my friend. She never met a stranger. My husband adored Helen. Rest In Peace Helen. You deserve it.
Lots of love,
March 26, 2020
Helen was a wonderful person and a wonderful friend to me and my family. I remember her Memorial Day fireworks parties she used to host and taking her to the Aquarium for Wave Foundation functions. She even came to a couple of school plays my kids were in. I remember many years ago taking Helen to the Cincinnati Art Museum. The fountain on Fountain Square was being refurbished and they had the "Genius of the Water" on display on the second floor of the Great Hall. It's amazing how large and beautiful she is.
I introduced the elderly guard standing by the statue to Helen and told him she was the Great, Great, Great Granddaughter of Henry Probasco who donated the fountain to the city in the late 1890s and I think it made his day! Helen loved her dog as well as her cats, Molly and Merle. She also loved a good glass of Chardonnay on occasion! I will never forget her.
Rest in Peace Helen,
Andy, Elizabeth, Aaron and Ellie Cunningham
March 26, 2020
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