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Helen Margaret Connors



Funeral: 3:00 PM
Wednesday 21st February 2018 at St Annes Catholic Church, Riddell Rd, Sunbury, VIC



Tobin Brothers - Sunbury Ph (03) 9740 9500

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Joe And Yvonne Nemeth
February 25th, 2018 at 1:37 pm

Bill we are so happy to have the memory of you and Helen making a surprise visit with us in December (2017) at Yarrawonga. Joe and I really enjoyed having lunch and talking about our families. We still can’t believe only 2 months later we made a trip to Sunbury to say goodbye to Helen. Our love and thoughts are with you the girls and families. OxoxoxO Ox OxoxoxO

Desley Milner
February 25th, 2018 at 10:58 am

Dear Helen. I know how special you were to my sister Jean Connors. She was always speaking of you. So glad you were able to attend the Connors Christmas Do. Memories to be treasured. Sincere condolences to all her family. Desley and Ray Milner, and the Notman Family. RIP. xx

Jean Connors
February 24th, 2018 at 9:47 pm

Dearest Helen. We are still coming to terms with the fact that you are gone. It just is not fair that such a kind, loving and vibrant person has been taken. We all had some wonderful times over very many years. You have been such a fantastic sister in law and aunty to us and we will miss you terribly. Rest now our dear Helen. We love you. Jean, Carl, Sean and Scott. Xx

Mary White
February 24th, 2018 at 9:11 pm

Helen Connors a lovely lady who was an inspiration to all who crossed her path. Helen always gave time to listen and show she was interested in what you had being doing since the last time we caught up while sharing a story or two with you. A beautiful huge SMILE that would always light up the room. Helen you were taken so quickly and so young - life is not always how we plan. May you be at peace and enjoying the party in heaven. My Love and sympathy to Georgia, Bill, Jackie and families au the emptiness slowly ease with the great memories you all share xxx😘

Bec Watkins
February 24th, 2018 at 8:48 pm

As a young child I was often told how much I was like Helen at the same age: similar in the way I made up silly songs and stories; similar in my view of the world - naturally I took this to mean that my “Aunty Helly” was the only one who understood me. Whether or not this was so, Helen always made me feel loved, cared for and heard when I was with her. She was wonderfully maternal and, despite my being extremely trying at times, she never hesitated to offer the support I required (even transporting a Siamese fighting fish in her handbag across two states). I took for granted the ability to phone Helen for advice when my own parents were unreachable due to their prolonged trekking and I will miss that voice of reason on the end of the phone. This last August we were thrilled to have Helen and Bill to stay with us for a night. Looking back I wonder what I’d have done differently if I’d known it was the last time I would see her. Would I have taken photos? Would I have told her how much she meant to me? Would I have paid more attention to the roast pork so that we weren’t eating so late? I like to think that we would still have shared the bottles of wine and the laughter because so many of the memories I cherish are filled with that laughter. Thank you, Helen for understanding me and being the best aunt a girl could have. I love you.

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