Helen C. Mullen
March 5, 1915 - March 19, 2007
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Helen Mullen, age 92, passed away peacefully on Monday, March 19, 2007 at the Appleton Medical Center. She was born in Milwaukee on March 5, 1915, daughter of the late George and Mathilda (Nigl) Moehring. On September 1, 1941, Helen married Vernon Mullen at St. Denis Catholic Church in Shiocton; he preceded her in death…

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Mike Nagan left a message on April 6, 2009:
Good bye, Aunt Helen. I will always cherish your ready smile and hospitality in that big house on the hill. I miss you and Uncle Vern.
Rev. Harvey & Nancy Kandler left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear family: We are saddened by the death of Helen and wish you God's comfort, but we also rejoice in the goodness of Helen's life and praise God for her life and witness. We got to know Helen very well through her service on the Pied Piper Nursery School Board. She did the secretarial work excellently, and through her opinions made a great contribution to the workings of this Board for the children of our community. She served well. We also knew her through seeing Dolores Potter, one of our parishioners, who had the apartment above her. Many times when I went to see Dolores, who was in declining health, I would see Helen. I also saw her when her husband became ill and died. It was just good to always converse with her. Furthermore, she came with our church group on our bus trips every spring to various parts of Wisconsin, and always enjoyed being with the people of the community who shared in that trip with the people of Immanuel. It was a fine experience. Besides this she came to some of our concerts and family nights, being a good friend of Virginia Radloff. It was a delight to have this ecumenical sharing. Now in her death, may she rest in peace with the One who has conquered death, even though death has extinguished her candle of light--it cannot extinguish the dawn which comes every morning and takes away the darkness, granting us all eternal life. May the one who is our life, love, and hope grant you comfort for He has Risen!
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