Helen Earnest
1931 - 2020
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Helen M. Earnest
Helen M. Earnest, 88, a faithful servant of God, passed away Saturday 3/14/2020, in Houston. She was born 4/16/1931 to Amanda and Harry Aune in Havre, Montana. On 6/26/1956, she married Alfred B. Earnest and had 3 children. She is survived by son Alan, son Paul and wife Shelley, daughter Susan Harbin and husband Richard, and 5 grandchildren. In lieu of services, the family appreciates donations to a charity of choice and participating in the creation of a remembrance book.  Email memorieshelen@gmail.com for info; a compilation is planned for 4/16.

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Published in Houston Chronicle on Mar. 17, 2020.
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March 27, 2020
My family and I had joined Memorial Dr, Lutheran church in 1961 and shortly thereafter the Earnest family joined. They were long time active members and I have fond memories of Helen and Al. They were so friendly and caring. I was on an outreach committee with them that helped organizations and people in so many different ways and they were front and center. Both had great senses of humor and we shared many a laugh.
God be with you Helen. I'm blessed to have known you.

Nancy McMurray
Nancy Mcmurray
March 25, 2020
Helen's Alpha Phi sisters will miss her quick smile and her wit. We send our sincere sympathies to Susan and her family. Truly, Linda Ray
Linda Ray
March 18, 2020

Sorry to read of your Mom's passing. Bless you and all of your family with the Peace and Mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Jack Forester
March 17, 2020
Deepest Sympathy to Susan and all Helen's family. I am an Alpha Phi sister and shared some fun times with Helen.... both at the Bridge table and on the Golf Course at Pine Forest CC. May she rest in peace.
Virginia Wood
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