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Helen I. Hoogeveen
Date of Death: September 13, 2015
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Helen Hoogeveen departed this life, and is reunited with Jesus Christ, on Sunday, September 13, 2015.  She was surrounded by her loving children, Percy, William, Bernard, and Paul, as well as her daughter-in-law, Grace, and her grandchildren, Maria and Alexander.  She was a creative gem who loved animals, plants, and life.  When you looked at …
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Luci left a message on September 29, 2015:
Even tho I did not know you well you always made me smile. Never knowing the love we share for animals. I believe they bring us together. Kindness never goes unforgotten. May you rest in peace! Lord bless her family while they go through this tough time.
wim left a message on September 30, 2015:
she liked animals and all living things very much as well she lovend all off you and I think very special her grandchildren, Maria and Alexander. Sometimes I think she was too good for this world. And sometimes I think she had problems emotional with how this world is running. She wanted love and harmony for all living creatures, small and big. I hope see will find THE love and harmony in THE place her spirit is goiing to. Here on Earth I will remember her for her love and care for all creatures small and big and specialy for her children, grandchildren, your father and me. Love, Wim
Jim and Sibbie Petrie left a message on October 2, 2015:
Helen was gracious and humble in all she achieved. She was gifted with water color painting, she made wonderful jam and enjoyed photography. The pictures she took, showed her love for animals, birds, butterflies, and awesome scenery including beautiful sunsets, and many other spectacular photographs. She was also a good cook, and we enjoyed her special tea. She touched many lives over the years and we feel blessed to have known her. She was an excellent wife and mother. She loved her family and friends. She and her husband Bill, who proceeded her in death, loved and cherished their two grandchildren, Maria, and Alexander. She is now with Christ, no longer suffering. We will miss her and cherish all the times we shared with her and her family. May God's love comfort the family during this difficult time. Love, Jim and Sibbie
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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