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Helen Kathryn Densmore

Born: Sat., Sep. 4, 1976
Died: Sat., May 30, 2020

Family to do services at later date

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Helen was born in Columbiana County, Ohio on September 4, 1976.  She has been a life long area resident. She was a professional IT consultant and most recently was working on a project for Zimmer Biomet of Warsaw. Helen enjoyed using her talents to create craft memories for others, summers at the lake, yet her greatest joy came from spending time with her nieces and nephews.

Helen is survived by her mother, Rose Mary Densmore of South Bend, sister, Alexandria “Bobbi” (Sean) Hall of South Bend, brother, Harry C. Densmore, of Mishawaka, along with her nieces and nephews George, Natalie, and Jayden Densmore, and Isabella and Amelia Hall. She is also survived by her partner, Christopher Matson of Mishawaka. She was preceded in death by her father, Robert C. Densmore on July 27, 2017.

As per Helen’s wishes, cremation has taken place. There will be a celebration of her life held at a later date. The HANLEY and Sons Funeral Home handled the arrangements and extend their deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers to the Densmore family.    

Memorial in Helen’s name along with condolences may be sent to her mother, at 1001 S. Mayflower Rd. Lot 134, South Bend, IN 46619.


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Barry Price
   Posted Tue June 02, 2020
I worked with Helen for the past year and a half, but can call her a friend. I enjoyed her humor, smile and passion for her work. I'll remember many conversations about common interests both work and non-work related. I'm very saddened by her passing, and know she will be missed by family, friends and lives she touched. My heartfelt condolences go to her friends and family.

Pradeep Chatala
   Posted Tue June 02, 2020
We were surprised and saddened to hear about Helen’s passing. She was such a good lady and we’re going to miss her so much. You’re in our thoughts and prayers.

Inge van Waes
   Posted Wed June 03, 2020
Dear relatives of Helen,

My name is Inge van Waes and working at Zimmer Biomet located in the Netherlands. I have been working since August 2019 with Helen on the same project for Zimmer Biomet. She was really doing such a good job for Zimmer Biomet but on top of that, I really appreciated her doing that good job with a lot of sympathy. I enjoyed working with her on this project a lot and I was shocked to hear such a bad news. Two weeks ago, she was ill and not working. We knew she must have been very ill. Last week Thursday, she was online, I chatted with her to see how she was doing, and we made even small jokes. I had hope that she was doing a little bit better than the week before. Last Monday we got this terrible news and we are still in shock of this.
Via this message, I want to share my deepest condolences. Sincerely I hope that all your special moments and memories with Helen will help you to carry this big loss.

Kind regards,
Inge van Waes

Lana D Powers
   Posted Wed June 03, 2020
Rose and family, Sending many prayers and big hugs of comfort to all of you.

David Sharts
   Posted Wed June 03, 2020
Helen & I worked together at D.O. McComb & Sons funeral home she always had the most pleasant smile & a joy to be around she even stayed at our home several times dog sitting when my wife & I took a trip. we were deeply saddened to learn of Helen passing----our thoughts & prayers go out to her family & loved ones.

Dave & Doris Sharts

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