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Helen Shaver Obituary
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September 23, 2018

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September 23, 2018

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March 5, 2018
Enjoyed walking down to visit Helen, and at the time Clay) at their garden on the property in Saxeville. She always had a warm smile and cheerful greeting for us on those occasions. We will fondly remember the both of them. Our sympathies go out to the family.

Steve and Jackie Straw and family
March 3, 2018
We had been friends with Helen and Clayton and were godparents for the twins. Even though we moved away many years ago we kept in touch. Just wanted to express our sympathy to all the family and please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
March 1, 2018
Helen and I became acquainted about 8 or so years ago when she and Clay were in a Bible Study Group at Our Savior's. We compared notes about our nursing careers -- she was an Army Nurse ( I believe) during World War 2; I was in the Army Reserve Nurses Corps for about 5 years in the 70's and worked as a Public Health Nurse for over 30 years. It was obvious how much she and Clay loved each other. I recall that he was being treated for cancer at that time. I always enjoyed visiting with her in her charming home in the Falls. Her love of gardening was obvious. I felt it was a privilege to have known her and, also, Clay.
February 28, 2018
Helen was like a second "Mom" to me and many. She was a caring person that loved going to the cabin in Saxeville, swimming at Kusel Lake and golf cart rides around the property. Gardening and berry picking were just a few things I remember she loved. As a neighbor back in the 60's I threw an apple core into Helen's yard and was confronted... the friendship began and the rest is history.

Helen you will be missed yet I know we will meet again someday.