Helen Mary Maucher

March 10, 1920February 5, 2019

Helen Mary Maucher was born on March 10, 1920 in Jersey City, NJ and passed away on February 5, 2019.


  • Graveside Service Friday, March 15, 2019

Helen Mary Maucher

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Brooke Minichino

March 11, 2019

My Dearest Aunt Helen,as I always called her,is profoundly missed by our family.She was kind, compassionate, thoughtful and so endearing.My Aunt Helen was generous and giving.I remember when I was a little girl ,she took part of her paycheck,which wasn’t a lot back then,and bought me a stuffed ‘Puss In Boots’ I opened box and immediately tossed it across the room.My Mother was furious with my behavior .she reprimanded me ,told me to say “thank you “ and give Aunt Helen a big hug and also say sorry!Which of course I did. I think I was about 3yr.old then.Years later we laughed each time someone mentioned Puss In Boots!Dear Aunt Helen was so understanding,she was ‘my person’ growing up.She was non judgmental,accepted everyone for who they are.She was the smartest person I ever knew and oh so humble..Aunt Helen was also a fantastic joke teller and she could tell a story like no one !!else. I will so miss our daily phone calls ,comparing notes about Dancing With The Stars,Jeopardy,Judge Judy and Downton Abbey and just solving the problems of the world .Our trips from Jersey to Virginia ,to visit Aunt Helen and Uncle Andy are among the most memorable my family have. My cherished memories of my dearest Aunt Helen and devoted Godmother can fill a book.”Until we meet again,May God Hold You In The Palm of His Hands” I will always love you Brookie


March 6, 2019

I had the pleasure of being Helens caregiver for almost 3 years. We had many things in common despite our age difference and that I was born and raised in Hawaii. We loved Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit, Ellen, reading, Downton Abbey, animals and just plain old sitting and chatting.

I felt that I became a part of her family, spending time with Jan and Weezie the cat.
She will always be remembered with a smile.

Vicki Kenneally