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Helen Jensen - Sylvan Grove KS
1/8/1925 - 9/16/2010

Helen Louise Jensen, 85, died Thursday, September 16, 2010. She was born January 8, 1925, in rural Lincoln County Kansas to James Reuben Stewart and Edith Belle Baughn. Survivors are her husband, Lew; two sons, Larry and wife, Anita, of PLattsmouth, NE and Dale and wife, Linda, of Choctaw, OK; daughter Janet and husband, Duane, of Russell, KS; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Leo, Charles and Paul Stewart. Visitation is 1-7:00 P.M. Monday, September 20, at Hall Chapel, with the family receiving visitors from 5-7:00 P.M. The funeral service will be at 10:00 A.M. Tuesday, September 21, at the chapel. Memorials may be made to Spillman Cemetery or Hays Medical Center Outpatient Oncology. When I Think of Mom When I think of Mom - I will remember her love for her family & the only true love of her life, my Dad. When I see a stuffed animal - I will think of the love for Garfield & all the soft Teddy Bears she had. When I see a cat - I will think of her immense love for all, especially Calico, Thumper, Curly Ears, and Punk. When I see a simple tie-twist - I will think of all the things she valued that some would call "junk". When I hear music - I will think of her beautiful soprano voice & how we loved to hear her family sing. When I see a red cardinal - I will remember how she appreciated its beauty and all that nature brings. When I taste Chocolate - I will remember her chocolate fudge frosting & how we loved to lick the bowl! When I see Dad - I will think of Mom's undying love & devotion for the 62 years - he made her life whole. When I see horses - I will think of her pony "Boots" & how she rode her without fear. When I think of Mom & Dad together - their lives were so entwined - he was her eyes & she his ears. Mom never forgot a birth date & was a devoted great-grandmother, grandmother, mother, and wife. When I think of God - I will think how blessed I was to have her in my life. By Janet (Jensen) Fields

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