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Helen Jean Woodle

Lehigh, Iowa

Jul 2, 1931 – Jun 13, 2016 (Age 84)


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Carson-Stapp Funeral Homes Obituary

Helen J. Woodle, 84, passed away on Monday, June 13, 2016, at her home in Lehigh. Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m., Friday, June 17, 2016, at the Christian Church in Lehigh. Pastor Richard Laird will officiate. Burial will be at West Lawn Cemetery in Lehigh. Visitation will...

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So sorry to hear of Helen's passing. She was a sweet lady and I remember waiting on her at Norm's.

I remember going to the farm with Nick and Addy when I was younger. Helen and Wilbur always had the freezer stocked with ice cream bars and the cupboards with snack, also. We went downtown to the diner and out to supper at one of their favorite restaurants. I will never forget the kindness they showed me. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
In deepest sympathy,

prayers are with you at this time

I am very blessed to have met Helen! I am sending my thoughts and prayers to the entire family.

I enjoyed working with her .she was wonderful lady.

Adeline, Norman (Norm), Larry, Ron and Dave and your respective spouses & families.
I have fond memories of your mother. I regret not seeing your mother while I was in Iowa a couple of weeks ago. I am sure one of her last wishes was to attend the reunion. At the last reunion I attended you mother told me would be attending two more reunions before she dies. I gave her a hard time for making that statement; then we went on to other subjects.
She told me though they (your mom...

I remember so many good memories of Helen. She will be so sadly missed by so many people. She was a wonderful woman.
Our Thoughts and prayers are with the family. God bless all of you.

You may not remember me, but I so remember your Mom from the reunions. Your Mom and Arlene would sit off and visit, go have a smoke and then come back and visit with us all. She always had a smile for me and a warm "Hi Vickie". Remember all the good times. You are all in my prayers and thoughts.

Alan & Vickie (Bloomquist) Angell
My mom was Maxine Vegors Bloomquist

Kind caring aunt that we always enjoyed and looked forward to visiting at our William's Reunion. Fond memories when my dad was alive, at Helen,and Dorothy getting in water fights with my dad and watching them all laugh as they soaked each other. Watching them go down the slide like young kids! Eating all the great food that everyone prepared. She was a wonderful aunt and I will miss her!