Helen Wilcox

Gladys Fedus wrote on May 13th, 2022
I was saddened to learn of Helen’s passing. She was helpful to me when I first began working in ER. Her welcoming smile and sense of humour is imprinted in my memory. She will be missed by all who loved her !! Gladys Fedus
Lynne Laselva wrote on May 12th, 2022
I have such great memories of Auntie Helen. Had the great honor of working with her in admitting. Rest in peace Helen. Condolences to all the family.
Bobbi Novak wrote on May 6th, 2022
So sorry to hear of Helen’s passing. As a friend of your Aunt Gail, I have known Helen since I was a young girl. Whenever Gail would visit from BC, we would get together at Helen’s for coffee or the three of us go for lunch. She was a wonderful lady. Condolences from Dave and I to everyone.
WAYNE SPENCER wrote on May 5th, 2022
Helen was my very dear,sincere cousin on the Wallin side of our family.I had the opportunity to spend many afternoons with her during my summers while staying at our family summer home.She was a great help when my folks entered Pinecrest taking extra time to see to my parents comfort.I will miss her yellow beans from her garden that she always sent with me when I brought her fresh fish fillets.My condolnces to Ken and Brent and Arlene and Ivan,She was a very dear human being to me.
Janice Dilk wrote on May 5th, 2022
'Auntie' Helen had been in my life since I was born. She was my Godmother and my Mother's best friend. Our families had so many wonderful memories together over the years. Her memory will be in my heart forever.
Diane Kordyban wrote on April 29th, 2022
My note is written above this.
Diane Kordyban wrote on April 29th, 2022

Diane Kordyban wrote on April 29th, 2022
Deepest Sympathy from Diane "Gamble" Kordyban, years have gone by so quickly and seeing Helen's passing made me realize how precious life is. I have many memories of Kenora and of course your Aunt Gail, I was her bridesmaid. My parents and I lived in the downstairs apartment on Third Street South. I babysat three handsome little fellows there and often both Gail and I were with them. Helen was full of fun and loved her three boy's so very much; referring to them as "my three son's", a popular television show at that time. You will have many fond memories to soften your sadness. May you find comfort in this. Sincerely, Diane, Belmont Ontario.