- 90 years old
- Date of birth: Sep 14, 1922
- Date of passing: Apr 26, 2013
|Let the memory of Helen be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of Helen Proctor, 90, born on September 14, 1922 and passed away on April 26, 2013.
"Tonight I am remembering my mother on the eve of her 94th birthday. The last one we celebrated with her was in 2012."
"Can't believe its been three years since my mother left us. We remember her everyday..."
"Today would have been a great day for you - Bindi Irwin is on Dancing with the Stars and it's your 93rd birthday!!! The Grandma Trifecta! We miss you."
"Remembering my mother on her 93rd birthday..."
"Doesn't seem like it has already been two years. She is never far from our thoughts. Her influence is felt every single day...."
"We will always remember our dear grandmother/mother Helen. We think of her often and remember her fondly. Our lives are better for all that she did and taught us."
"Remembering my mother on her 92nd birthday. Seems like I should be cooking eggplant parmesean and fettucine alfredo...."
"We had a wonderful Easter brunch at our home with friends and family, but we missed grandma Helen and her presence at the end of our kitchen table. (Kasey missed her too.)"
"It is difficult to comprehend that my mother passed away one year ago today. Her presence is still felt every day. Easter brunch was not quite the same this year...."
"Grandma Helen, We will never forget our last visit with you on Betty Lane! Of course, there are lots of lasting, fond memories. You will be missed by many....Love always, Matthew and Sarah"
"The best things about Grandma were her fierce loyalty to her family, her wry sense of humor, her wonderful cooking, and her honesty. She gave firm, enveloping hugs, remembered every birthday with a card and a call, and was always there to listen. We will always cherish memories of childhood visit to CA, perogies, and trips to Disneyland. We love you, Grandma! Andrea, Ty, and Kai"
"FROM KEN PROCTOR: We will miss you and your pierogis, Mom. And we will always love you. Your son, Ken."
"Helen was my mother-in-law for 30 years. She always treated me like her own son, and was loving and generous. We spent countless holidays and special occasions together, always enjoying a special meal she would say she prepared just for me. I especially enjoyed provoking a discussion with her about politics as she was never shy about expressing her opinions. She will be missed terribly."
"As the model of a strong and independent woman who accomplished whatever she set her mind to do, I learned valuable and unforgettable lessons from my mother about home, family and career."
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