Helen Christiansen

Date of Death: September 2, 2023
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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Helen Elizabeth Christiansen (née McKim) at age 90, on September 2nd, 2023, passed away in Elverson, PA, in her home surrounded by her family.   She is predeceased by her daughter Eleanor, her husband Val, and her siblings, Thomas and Alice.  Helen is survived by her children, David, George (Tammy), Valery, and Kim Marie, asContinue Reading

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Carol Couse left a message on September 8, 2023:
Helen was such a gracious lady. She loved everyone. Her children and grandchildren meant the world to her. I enjoyed my visits with her so much. We could talk about anything. Her laugh was adorable. I never heard her say an unkind word about anyone or anything. Rest in peace my dear friend.
Rosemary Hill left a message on September 8, 2023:
I Remember when I first met my daughter in laws grandmom, I new I was going to love her right away. She was warm and friendly. It was as if I'd known her for years. My daughter in law liv, and son Dewey loves her so much which also made me love her even more. We even went swimming together at the YMCA and we were the two baddest ones in the pool. We didn't follow any instructions. It was so much fun and Mrs Helen laughed, we even stopped for icecream after. I will never forget that time. I will hold Mrs Helen in my heart forever. I will ms that wonderful lady. God broke the mold when he made her, AMEN.
Tianna Christiansen left a message on September 8, 2023:
I’m the oldest cousin and some of my earliest memories of her was in her Philadelphia home where she ran her daycare. I remember playing Nintendo, running around with the daycare kids and being disciplined for “being fresh”. She was always so nurturing and good with us little kids! She was the very best grandma I could ever ask for, she reminded me of what I imagined Mrs Clause to be like. Spunky and funny and Mothering. She had the best little musical laugh. Through the years, we gathered around her, us cousins(and there are so many of us!) We’d look forward to every visit! I used to think it was something about the place, “the barn” where we gathered for so many years, that was so special. But now that I look back, I realize it was her. Wherever she was. She was the harbor, the anchor to our family. All those happy memories revolves around her. Now that she’s gone, will we become unmoored? I remember her story about her brother whom she lost so many years to some feud when they were younger and many years later they found each other again and reconnected. I really hope us cousins will all continue to gather and not let anything or anyone come between us. Keep those stories and memories of her alive. I think that would be the best way to honor her and keep her spirit alive and with us all.
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