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Helen M. Breedlove

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Helen M. Breedlove

Lebanon - Helen M. Breedlove, age eighty-one of Lebanon, Missouri, departed this life August 7, 2018, in Springfield, Missouri.

She was born to Noel Jennings Allee and Helen Hutchings Allee on March 7, 1937, near Stoutland, Missouri. She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Wayne and Paul Allee; a sister-in-law, Mary Sue Allee; and lifelong friend, Sue Wade.

She is survived by her husband of fifty-nine years, Bobby, of the home; a son Craig and his fiancée Charlene Hills of Omaha, NE; a daughter, Lori Breedlove Sarrazin and her husband Rob of Nixa, MO; two grandsons, Eric and Blake Sarrazin; one brother, Dale Allee of Springfield, MO; sister-in-law, Joretta Allee of Cape Girardeau, MO; special niece, Elise Allee; nephew, Clifton Allee and his family; other relatives and many dear friends.

After graduating from Stoutland High School in 1955, Helen received a Bachelor's Degree from Southwest Missouri State College (now MSU) in 1958, and a Master's Degree from Drury University in 1971. She taught business and English for four years at Stoutland High School and English at Lebanon High School for thirty years, serving several of those years as Language Arts Department head. She was also an adjunct faculty member for Drury University for ten years.

Celebration of Life Service for Helen M. Breedlove will be Saturday, August 11, 2018, at 3:00 P.M., at Shadel's Colonial Chapel. Visitation will begin at 1:00 until service time, also on Saturday.

At her request, her body is to be cremated under direction of Shadel's Colonial Chapel.

Memorials have been suggested to Convoy of Hope and donations can be left at or mailed to Shadel's Colonial Chapel, 1001 N. Lynn, Lebanon, MO 65536.
Published in the News-Leader on Aug. 10, 2018
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