Let the memory of Helen be with us forever
  • 47 years old
  • Born on April 14, 1968 .
  • Passed away on February 28, 2016 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Helen Avann 47 years old , born on April 14, 1968 and passed away on February 28, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Marie Engelmann on 28th February 2018
Dear Helen. Two years have passed since you left us. You are missed every day. Sleep well and know that your boys are doing very well. XXX
Posted by Stephen Avann on 26th June 2017
Tally has joined her mummy today. We will miss her down here but I guess you needed her more...
Posted by Hugh Lea-Wilson on 14th April 2017
On this day, Good Friday, when we remember One whose death brought us true life, we remember too that this was Helen's birthday, praying that even through death her light will still shine as we enter into the fullness of life that only Jesus can bring.
Posted by Mr & Mrs Cally Nwosu on 28th February 2017
We do not believe it's already a year since you were prematurely taken from your lovely family and friends! You are sorely missed and we will always have you in our thoughts. Sleep in peace!
Posted by Liz Hare on 28th February 2017
Helen, Stephen keeps us all updated on how your wonderful son's are. Stephen shares Tom's musical prowess and his journey onward from secondary education.You truly inspired him. The Liverpool medics are meeting up in March and we shall be thinking of you. Liz xx
Posted by Marie Engelmann on 28th February 2017
Helen, it is difficult to believe that a year has gone by without your presence. You are missed every day. But rest assured that Stephen has continued your wonderful parenting of Tom and Cameron. The proof is that the boys are two charming young men. I witnessed this myself when Stephen, Tom and Cameron spent two weeks in Canada last summer with Gary and me. Your legacy lives on. Sleep in peace. XXX
Posted by Mr & Mrs Cally Nwosu on 16th May 2016
We got to know Hels over ten years ago. Within this period we got to know her and her family very well. Hels became not just a colleague but a good family friend. Hels was always cheerful, full of life anddependable. She enjoyed being a GP she embraced with vigour! She loved her family with passion and she never stopped talking about her boys. It was a shock when at a young age of 47yrs she suddenly left this world after a short illness leaving her loved ones and friends behind in keeping with saying that 'good things don't last'. Hels, we miss your vibrant and lovely personality and you will always be in our hearts. May your soul rest in peace. xx
Posted by Stuart Liddell on 12th May 2016
I first met Steve when he was a young, ex environmental health officer, now a new recruit into financial services. For a long time ee where almost "blood brothers", working together. I watched from his first meeting with Helen, through the courting and romance to marriage. The birth of their lads. Helen turned Steve from a somewhat nieve young man into a grown man, a father, a solid husband and businessman. She was brilliant for him. Thanks Helen, you leave a proud legacy.
Posted by Marie Engelmann on 4th May 2016
I first met Helen at the time of Cameron's christening. She instantly made me feel at home. Within a very short time, we were chatting as if we had always known each other. She was a wonderful and welcoming person, and it was always a pleasure to be in her presence. Sleep well Helen.
Posted by Stephen Avann on 2nd May 2016
Helen was my wife. My best friend. The love of my life. She was a wonderful mum, daughter, sister and friend. Taken from us far too soon after a long battle with many problems. You will always be with me no matter what the future brings and I will think of you every day.....xxx
Posted by Liz Hare on 2nd May 2016
Helen embraced the opportunity of becoming a GP and flourished in primary care. Her determination and resilience were evident as she took on this role. She was a dedicated mother, doctor and colleague. Her love of practising medicine was evident. It was a privilege to have known her.

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