ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Helga Williams. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Sandy Wiggins on February 23, 2021
I moved to this neighborhood as a single, widowed woman and Helga was the first to get a luncheon together to welcome me. From that point on her sweet smile and wave greeted me from across the yard warming my heart and making me feel at home and we developed a closeness, like family. Her stories she told, the care and love she had for her family and friends was immense. She was the best hostess, making the most delicious food. She truly impacted my life and will never be forgotten and will always hold a place in my heart.
Miss you my friend - Love, Sandy
Posted by Jacqui Ballinger on February 17, 2021
Omi, MayBelle and I miss you so much! We think of you constantly and we miss being able to visit with you. Hope you're resting in total peace. You would be so proud of our girl. We both wish we could give you hugs every day!
Posted by Kathleen Sullivan on February 17, 2021
I worked with Helga for many years, she was a lovely, lively person who always enjoyed putting people at ease and making them feel welcome. When I think of Helga I will always remember her smiling and laughing - and offering food! She made a positive difference in the lives of so many, myself included.
Posted by Danielle Isenhart on February 17, 2021
Grandma, I miss you so much! What brings me some comfort is remembering all the great times we shared together. My favorite memories are all the great home cooked meals and holidays, times up at the family cabin, and trips together (Europe, cruise, and times out on the east coast). You were always there for me and I will never forget it.
Posted by Doris Sommers on February 16, 2021
We have so many fun and beautiful memories of Helga. What a classy lady with so much life and energy. Loved listening to Helga and my mother sharing stories of their childhood in Bremerhaven. Her wonderful fabulous German meals. She loved cooking and hosting beautiful dinners for family and friends. What a hostess she was!  She was such a lovely friend to our family. Rich and I will never forget Helga. A very giving and caring person that we miss dearly. 
Love and Hugs to Bill and family!
Posted by Sharon Benson on February 16, 2021
My dearest friend, Helga.
I’m grateful for having you as a job share partner at the Westminster Library where we met some 40 years ago. After retirement, we stayed in touch meeting for regular lunches where we had long meaningful conversations. We talked about everything sharing our lives with one another.
Bob and I so enjoyed attending the numerous Saturday evening plays with you and Bill at the Arvada Center, more good memories. I cherish the fun times we had and am thankful for such a special friend. I miss you each and every day and always will.
With love, Sharon
Posted by Bill Williams on February 15, 2021
Mein Schatz, I miss you very much. I have so many happy and sad
memories. I am sure that I will love you and miss you every day
for the rest of my life, Bill.
Posted by Doreen Roman on February 15, 2021
Mom I will never forget you. I miss you SO much. I hope and pray that everyone who ever knew you leaves a comment also. I can rest a little easier now that I have some type of celebration of your life. Friends, family can post here, and you wont be forgotten! till we meet again,
your daughter.

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Posted by Sandy Wiggins on February 23, 2021
I moved to this neighborhood as a single, widowed woman and Helga was the first to get a luncheon together to welcome me. From that point on her sweet smile and wave greeted me from across the yard warming my heart and making me feel at home and we developed a closeness, like family. Her stories she told, the care and love she had for her family and friends was immense. She was the best hostess, making the most delicious food. She truly impacted my life and will never be forgotten and will always hold a place in my heart.
Miss you my friend - Love, Sandy
Posted by Jacqui Ballinger on February 17, 2021
Omi, MayBelle and I miss you so much! We think of you constantly and we miss being able to visit with you. Hope you're resting in total peace. You would be so proud of our girl. We both wish we could give you hugs every day!
Posted by Kathleen Sullivan on February 17, 2021
I worked with Helga for many years, she was a lovely, lively person who always enjoyed putting people at ease and making them feel welcome. When I think of Helga I will always remember her smiling and laughing - and offering food! She made a positive difference in the lives of so many, myself included.
her Life
     Helga was born in Bremerhaven Germany. She met Wayne.  They married and she had 2 children, Doreen (1958),  Patty (1961). Not long after Patty was born, She came to America.
     She became an American citizen on Sept 18, 1966. She was very determined to become an American citizen, as she had fears that they would make her leave the country.
     Helga was an amazing seamstress; fashioning Easter outfits for her girls with out the use of a sewing machine.  She went on  to become a Girl Scout Troop leader, She loved the giggles of the girls, and taught them many skills.
     She began a career as a librarian, quickly moving up the ranks. This was entirely due to her own personality and skills. She received a certificate of appreciation for her dedication to her position and for her friendly demeanor dealing with library patrons. 
     In 1981 she met Bill. They quickly fell in love and married on March 12, 1983.
They cruised the world together. She loved and lived for the travels that they went on.
     She loved having social gatherings and entertaining friends. She loved to golf. She thoroughly enjoyed opera, and went with friends to see plays at the Arvada Center. 
     In her later years she enjoyed the friendships she made in a recipe club that she belonged to. She was the most elegant hostess, enjoying the many friends that she had. Her life was filled with the things she loved to do. 
      
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Shared by Christopher Jirkovsky on February 15, 2021
I miss you grandma.  Hopefully your are looking down and seeing that the blood sweat and tears, and countless frustrations with me are paying off.  Really miss the m&m's and of course my bag of recess peanut butter candy.  You were and still are in my heart one of the most amazing people. I live n miss you.