HELEN 29.10.1935 - 6.6.2020 Dear wife of Bevan (dec) and first wife of Jesse Martin. Loved and cherished mother of Debbie, Wayne (dec) and David.
Loved mother-in-law of Craig and Christine and beloved Granny to Megan, Kate, Emily, Jesse and Michael; Great Granny to Leo and Harper.
Passed away peacefully at RiverSea Mosman Park with family by her side. Heartfelt thanks to Helen's RiverSea family for the love and care that she received over her last 8 years.
Thank you Mum for so many beautiful memories and your selfless dedication to your family.
Rest in Peace.
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My family, the Bancrofts were neighbors of the Langs in Claremont and my best friend is Helen's sister Ros. Helen and Jesse welcomed me with Ros to their Farm in Williams. I knew the children there. Years later, while visiting from Utah USA, Ros took me to Helen and Bevan's home where again I was welcomed. I always admired Helen for the many talents she had and the kindness she showed me. I loved her plants and flowers too. I have so many wonderful memories with Helen. Playing card games at night on the farm is a favorite. I expect she is having wonderful reunions with family and friends with her whole mind again.
Adored wife of Bevan (dec 2012). Helen excelled as a homemaker, needlewoman, cook, gardener and travel companion. Bevan cared for her, with loving patience, as long as he was able to, in her illness and his.
With sympathy to all her family Dianne
HADLOW HELEN Sister of Barry and Ros, Aunt of Bevan, Murray, Kathryn, Jamie, Michael. My lovely sister you are free from the bonds of this earth. I will miss you, but memories of the vivacious,
talented generous Helen of old will always be with me.