July 30, 1925 – November 20, 2020
LAMM - Helen (nee Tatakis) Age 95, November 20, 2020. Wife of the late Daniel; dear mother of Carolyn (Peter Halle) Lamm, Mary Lamm, Nancy (Richard Nella) Lamm and Sharon (James) Lamm-Hartman; grandmother of Alex and Daniel Halle, Alison (Seth) Bane and Joshua Hartman; great-grandmother of Tobias. No prior visitation. Due to COVID, a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated from St. Mary’s Church in Swormville with a Celebration of Helen’s Life to be scheduled at a later date. Helen loved life, family, friends and laughter. She was a dedicated homemaker and community volunteer, she spent significant time devoted to her work with the Ladies Auxiliary of the Swormville Fire Hall, St. Mary’s Church and Picnic, her many friends and card clubs. Helen had incredible strength and perseverance. Condolences online may be offered at www.denglerrobertspernafuneral.com
No Prior Visitation, Private Services
November 20, 2020
Rest in peace dear Helen. I have only known Helen since April 2020. She was a lovely woman. I was one of her many caregivers at Bristol Village. She was a beautiful, wonderful woman with a great attitude and an equally great appetite. I didn't know much about her outside of bits and pieces I have gathered through coworkers and Helen, herself. I knew who I was. Well what she knew of me when I cared for her 4 days a week. She would happily greet me with an "Oh, hi! How are you ?", whenever I let her know who she was talking to. She had many pictures of her family throughout her apartment and she always enjoyed virtual visits with her family. She loved activities that involved music. If you paid attention, you could catch her bopping and singing along to the tunes. She also enjoyed being outside on warm sunny days. Usually only willing to come inside for food, coffee or to sit in her recliner with her favorite blanket. It was always a pleasure for me to approach and assist her with whatever she needed. I think that it is fair to say that the same went for the other staff who had pleasure of interacting with her. It truly was a lovely gift from God for me to have the pleasure of meeting and taking care of her. My deepest condolence for your loss. May she rest in peace. She will be missed but certainly not forgotten.