ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Alvin Helge 90 years old , born on December 15, 1924 and passed away on November 23, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Pamela Turner on December 15, 2018
I still can't believe that you are no longer here for me to talk to and get great, funny advice. I love you and miss you more than anyone will ever be able to understand. hugs and kisses.
Posted by Pamela Turner on December 17, 2017
Another birthday in heaven for you Dad, I miss you terribly. I am feeling so lost without you or Mom to talk to, I wish I had a special phone to connect to heaven and talk to ya'll one last time. Or FOREVER!! I'll see you some day on the other side, until then :(
Posted by Kate Walters on September 11, 2016
I knew Alvin and Lilly (sp?) from Ridgetop Baptist Church where I played the organ and he was Santa Claus each Christmas. I was so amazed at his story that I asked him if I could videotape him. A friend from Georgetown TX helped with that, and a few years later my brother-in-law Jesse Walters helped me post the videos on YouTube. Just type in "Alvin Helge" to find them. He was amazing.
Posted by Pamela Turner on September 11, 2016
09-11-2016
Been thinking about you a lot lately, still not able to have dreams about you (it's almost like I haven't accepted the fact that you are gone, since I hadn't seen you in person the last 2 years of your life, I feel like you are still up in Pennsylvania living with some of your family members, and I wasn't allowed to speak to you for over a year-so my brain still thinks you are there) Perhaps someday I will be able to come to terms with the fact that you were taken from me by family first, then God (only one of those is acceptable) Just know that I think of you daily, you and Mom both were the best thing that ever happened to my life.
Forever missing you,
Your baby daughter
Pam
Posted by Pamela Turner on May 1, 2016
Daddy, I miss you deeply, and I am saddened that I was not able to see you one last time before you went to join Mom in Heaven. I love you more than words can express. Your baby girl. Pam

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Posted by Pamela Turner on December 15, 2018
I still can't believe that you are no longer here for me to talk to and get great, funny advice. I love you and miss you more than anyone will ever be able to understand. hugs and kisses.
Posted by Pamela Turner on December 17, 2017
Another birthday in heaven for you Dad, I miss you terribly. I am feeling so lost without you or Mom to talk to, I wish I had a special phone to connect to heaven and talk to ya'll one last time. Or FOREVER!! I'll see you some day on the other side, until then :(
Posted by Kate Walters on September 11, 2016
I knew Alvin and Lilly (sp?) from Ridgetop Baptist Church where I played the organ and he was Santa Claus each Christmas. I was so amazed at his story that I asked him if I could videotape him. A friend from Georgetown TX helped with that, and a few years later my brother-in-law Jesse Walters helped me post the videos on YouTube. Just type in "Alvin Helge" to find them. He was amazing.
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A Special Grandpa

Shared by Pamela Turner on May 1, 2016

My Dad is extraordinary, God broke the mold when he made him. He was the most wonderful son, husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather.  When my daughter, Vanessa Hines, was around 8 years old, she would help her Grandpa pick the tomatoes out of his garden, that he had so tenderly cared for and grew plenty of to share with half the neighborhood.  My daughter was all about making money to go buy toys or candy at the Dollar store, so the two of them devised a plan to take some of the bigger, juicier, plump tomatoes and go door-to-door to sell these beautiful tomatoes for cheap, like 50 cents or less. And believe it or not, several of our kind neighbors would purchase these tomatoes from the white, bearded gentleman and his adorably sweet sidekick. Now they didn't make a killing on this, but it didn't matter to my Dad at all, he was spending quality time with lil munchkin and allowing her to learn the value of earning her own money.  To me, that makes my Dad ONE superbly, patient and loving man.
I miss you Daddy. I love you to the moon and back.