Helen Ella Hanggee
March 14, 1912 – September 1, 2019
Helen Ella Hanggee to heaven by her Lord and Savior on September 1, 2019 Highlands, TX, at the age of 107.5 years. Helen was born in North Rome, MI on March 14, 1912, to Verne and Estella Morgan. She had one sister, two brothers, and two children. She was a loving and caring daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great-great grandmother, aunt cousin and friend. She preceded in death by her parents, Verne Morgan and Estella Morgan Ferris; her husband, J. Warren Hanggee, her daughter, Marian Hanggee Nadler, her son, Jay W. Warren Hanggee, her sister, Jeannette Brace, her brothers Keith Morgan and Jack Ferris; and her grand-daughter, Susan Elaine Nadler Bower. She is survived by her daughter-in-law and son-in-law, Carol and Chuck Thompson of Crosby, TX; her grandsons Steve Nadler and wife Brenda of Mansfield, OH; Matthew Hanggee and wife Katherine of Cedar Park, TX; James Hanggee of Austin, TX; Tim Hanggee of Crosby, TX; her grand-daughter Kathleen Abernathy of Temple, TX; her great-grandchildren, Jennifer and husband Rob Gatson, of Minneapolis, MN; Krista O’Brien of Chicago, IL; Christopher Nadler and wife Beth of Mansfield, OH; Brenton Nadler and wife Cortney of Fairborn, OH; and Nicholas Nadler and wife Stephanie of Fort Mill, NC; her great-granddaughter Harper Nadler; her great-great grandson, Cayden Gatson, Noah Nadler and Bryson Nadler; and her niece Elsie Hartson and husband Al of Madisonville. KY. In Cherokee Village, AR Helen was active in the Cherokee Village Lions Club, Red Hatters, Sharp County Republican Women and attended the Cherokee Village Lutheran Church. When she moved to Crosby, she was immediately welcomed into the church family at Crosby United Methodist Church, Lions Club and Crosby United Methodist Women. Helen enjoyed traveling with her daughter, daughter-in-law and sin-in-law seeing places like Germany, Hawaii, Alaska and the Caribbean. She loved her family and attended as many family functions as she was able. The family would like to express their appreciation for the home health care given by all her caregivers, especially Brenda Farmer. I lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Society.
Crosby United Methodist Church
1334 Runneburg Road