Helen Louise Lawrence

May 23 1944
Aug 19 2021
77 Years
West Grove, Pennsylvania

Helen Louise Lawrence, 77, of West Grove, passed away on Thursday, August 19, 2021 at the Jennersville Regional Hospital. Born in Coatesville, She was the daughter of the late Franklin L. Lawrence and Bertha Taylor Lawrence Triplett.

Helen was an area resident all her life and a 1962 graduate of the former H. Scott High School in Coatesville. She was employed for most of her life at various day care centers as well as at St. Mary of Providence where she worked with handicapped children.

Helen loved bingo, crafts, camping, visiting Raystown Lake, animals and yard sales.  She loved to bake and make candy. She was famous in the family for her pizelles, peanut butter eggs and pumpkin roll.   In later years she enjoyed the Hallmark Channel movies and doing word finds.  Helen loved her family and spending time with them always made her day.  She enjoyed family reunions, holidays and visiting for extended stays with her Aunt Myrtle and cousins Valerie and Debbie. She was kind, generous and patient beyond words and will be dearly missed. 

She is survived by two nieces; Leda Marie Hart and husband Todd of Coatesville, Susan Rae Lawrence of Thorndale, one nephew; Larry L. Lawrence, Jr. and wife Amy of Coatesville, one great nephew Brian Hart and three great nieces; Brandy Hart, Kendall Smith and Aubree Lawrence. She was preceded in death by one brother Larry L. Lawrence, Sr. back in January. 

Memorial services will be held on Wednesday, September 1, 2021 at 11:00 AM at the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St. Parkesburg, PA followed by inurnment at the Fairview Cemetery in Coatesville. Visitation at the funeral home starting at 10:00 AM until the time of the service.
Services will be live-streamed and may be viewed by accessing the Wilde Funeral Home Facebook page.
Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Service Date: 
Sep 1 2021 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Wilde Funeral Home


The world should have more Aunt Helens, if it did it would be a far better place. She took the cake for being an Aunt, if you have one half as good as she was, consider yourself lucky.  I miss her so much but thank God her struggles and suffering are over and she is with my dad again.

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Helen was such a calm, kind lady. She loved her family and people so very much. Don't think I ever heard her complain about anything. Our loss is heaven's gain. I am so happy I knew her💕

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My sincere condolences to Helen's family on her passing. She was the best neighbor and friend a person could ask for. She always asked about my grandchildren and how they were doing. Her sweet smile and words will be missed by all who knew her here at Luther House. May she Rest in Peace.

Margaret Pennington

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My deepest sympathy to Helen's family.  I worked with Helen at Little People Child Care in Exton.  She was a lovely, hardworking lady, always patient and kind. May you find comfort in your many special memories.

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