Helena Smith
1986 - 2020
BORN
November 21, 1986
DIED
November 11, 2020

Smith, Helena D. "Bean"

HORICON/MAYVILLE - Helena D. "Bean" Smith, 33, of Horicon and Mayville, passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020, at the UW Hospital in Madison.

A service of remembrance will be held at a later date.

Helena was born the daughter of Gary and Suzanne (Voeltz) Smith on Nov. 21, 1986, in Beaver Dam. She spent her first two years of life at the UW Hospital in Madison. Bean loved the outdoors, pie and eating at Applebee's.

She will be deeply missed by her parents; her brother, Michael "Mick" Smith; and her aunts, Jill (John) Voeltz and Lynn (Dave) Pett. Helena was preceded in death by her grandparents; aunt, Cheryl Moldenhauer; and cousin, Amber Boydte.

The Koepsell Funeral Home in Mayville is serving the family. To make an online condolence or for more information visit www.KoepsellFH.com.


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Published by WiscNews.com on Nov. 16, 2020.
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Our deepest sympathies to the family.

Manny Voeltz Jr (Madison) & Shirley Fischer (Hartford)
children of Manny & Florence Voeltz
Manny Voeltz
Family
November 20, 2020
Sue, Gary and Mick, I'm so sorry for your loss. Sweet Bean. Funny and sassy. You're very loved. Be at peace, love.
Brynna Gonzalez
Family
November 17, 2020
When I would come home from school and see Beans smile always made my day.
Josh Toellner
Family Friend
November 16, 2020
Sorry for your loss. may she rest in peace.
Karen Askew
Neighbor
November 13, 2020
Helena Drew Smith are little Princess Warrior brought so much joy,happiness,and laughter to are family. Taking you out to are ranch riding your favorite horse Willie,boat rides on Fox Lake to Lone Island,shopping at your favorite thrift shop Bethesda where so many people so much enjoyed your presence. Stopping at Kwik Trip you purchased your candy bars,soda,and chips you proudly brought up to the counter. Beanie loved to swing on her outside lawn swing. Beanie loved to pick up dandelions on warm spring days. Beanie loved her princess shoes the colors purple and pink and lounging around the house with her mom in her pajamas.Beanie was are kids greatest sports fan and Beanie a true fan of ares. The entire Toellner family will deeply miss your beautiful smile. With all the love in my heart I will miss you deeply KweiLan
KweiLan Toellner
Friend
November 15, 2020
Sue, sorry to hear this. Prayers to you and your family.
Nancy Magyar
Acquaintance
November 15, 2020
Long ago, I started working as private nurse with a little girl not yet 5 years old. She had many, many medical problems. Through some great fortune, I worked with that child for 9 years, almost helping her parents to raise her. She was a joy and challenge all rolled into one little Bean. She had a wicked and impish sense of humor and ability to communicate despite her lack of speech. As the years advanced and my friendship with her mom grew, my relationship with Beany changed too. She began to spend the occasional respite weekend with my family and my daughters grew to regard her as their little sister. She brought joy to all of us and leaves us with a wealth of stories. This time has been a time of "do you remember" for my family and we all feel a deep sadness that she has left us. Beans was a real gift, despite all her challenges, to those privileged to know her. Deepest sympathy to Sue, Gary and Mickey.
Lynne Moberg
Friend
November 15, 2020
My deepest sympathies.
Julie Labomascus
Acquaintance
November 14, 2020
To my bean i will miss your smile and your hugs and stealing your chips Love lorne
Lorne Ellis Smith
Friend
November 14, 2020