Goodbye for now, my love. I will miss you until the day I get to see you again. You are a very special person and you had a profound and lasting effect on my life.
  • 47 years old
  • Born on March 10, 1967 in Dallas, Texas, United States.
  • Passed away on February 10, 2015 in Garland, Texas, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Melinda Helsley 47 years old , born on March 10, 1967 and passed away on February 10, 2015. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Dean Helsley on 10th February 2018
I miss you just as much now as ever. I've said goodbye to our house and I'm moving on, but you will always be with me. I love you, Dean
Posted by Dean Helsley on 10th March 2017
Happy 50th, my love. I wish you were here.
Posted by Dean Helsley on 11th February 2017
It's now officially about the time you left us. I still miss you every day and I hope that you are in the company of family and friends. Love always, Dean
Posted by Bev Helsley on 10th February 2017
I know your in a happy place. We can all feel your presence and you want the best for all who are left behind but we'll join you someday. Love, Bev
Posted by Bev Helsley on 10th March 2016
You are truly missed and will remain in my heart forever. Bev
Posted by Bev Helsley on 10th February 2016
Melinda had such a big heart and was very kind. She made me things that I still have today. She made a red headed doll holding a dark haired baby. I am red headed and we adopted a beautiful black hair baby girl. It was such a personal gift that she created with her own hands, She was such fun to travel with, never complaining and always pleasant. I’ll never forget when Tom, Dean Melinda and I swam with the Dolphins. She had such joy on her face. These are just a few memories as I have many.
Posted by Dean Helsley on 10th February 2016
It's been one year now, and I miss you just as much as I did a year ago. I love you Melinda.
Posted by Mary Katherine on 9th February 2016
Melinda, Tomorrow will be one year without you. I miss your quiet wisdom and your sense of humor. I think of you often. Much love, Auntie Kathy

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