Condolence From: Ann (Honey) Evanish and Jamie Evanish
Condolence: My mother will miss catching up with your mother at the Center Club where we've been having our SNPJ lodge meetings in recent years. Mom and Helen go back many years, whether it was at an SNPJ event or dancing to your Father's band. Condolences to Donna and your entire family. Jamie Evanish
Condolence: I was so sad to hear about your mother (Helen). She was a very special friend. I met her through Lewis Galamb. Lew and I where together for several years. She always came to our house and talked about old times. She spent several Thanksgivings with us and my family, Andy, Chris and McKenzee Pane.I’m now living in Tennessee so unfortunately I cannot pay my respect in person. So please accept my condolences
Condolence: We are so sad to hear about Helen. We spent several Thanksgivings with her at my mother in law Karen's home. She was like one of the family and we all enjoyed her and Lew talking about the old days when they were young. She was a very special woman and our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Condolence: Gary Strieter and I met Helen and June at our weekly trips to John Anthony’s on Weds. night. When we went in tonight and heard of Helen’s passing, we were both shocked. I just texted Helen last week to ask her if she was ok. I said we would have to meet some night for dinner and she said that would. Be fun. I miss her smile so much. RIP Helen and blessings on her family.
My thoughts and prayers are with you with the loss of your mom. She was so fun and vibrant and I honestly thought she would live forever. We had fun times over the years. I want one more date with my Helen!!