OBITUARY

Helen H. Timberlake

February 25, 1929September 30, 2021

Helen Hopkins Timberlake died peacefully at home in Ponte Vedra Beach on September 30,2021. Helen was born February 25,1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. She attended Morningside Elementary School, Okeefe Junior High and Washington Seminary. She was a graduate of University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia, formally known as Mary Washington College of UVA. After an art study tour in Europe with the National Students Association, Helen continued traveling as a flight attendant for United Airlines. She was married to Hix Mizell in Atlanta from 1951 until 1975. In 1980, Helen then married the love of her life, Neal Timberlake. They enjoyed living in Dallas, Texas until 1995 when they retired to Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Helen is survived by her son Glenn Mizell (Teresa), stepsons Jim Timberlake (Allyn), Bryan Timberlake (Mary), eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren. She is also survived by two nieces and a nephew in California. Helen was preceded in death by Neal in 2007, his son Tim in 2005 and her brother Herbert Hopkins in 2000. A private family graveside service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Wounded Warrior Project P.O. Box 758517 Topeka, Kansas 66675 (www.woundedwarriorproject.org) or the charity of your choice.

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Marian Hopkins Nishi

October 7, 2021

I am the eldest daughter of “Zeke” Hopkins, Helen’s brother. As west coast relatives we didn’t have very much contact with our east coast relatives so primarily kept in touch through birthday and holiday correspondence, as well as phone conversations.

I was fortunate to have one occasion to visit the Timberlake’s in Dallas, and Marty and I were especially blessed when Aunt Helen and Neal attended our wedding in October 1992.

Taking advantage of a training work assignment between Macon and Charleston I was able to attend Neal’s funeral in August 2007 where I meet many of Helen’s childhood friends, as well as the Timberlake clan.

After a holiday at Disney World, Marty and I traveled to Pointe Verdra to spend a couple of days with Aunt Helen in December of 2007. She loved to share the family heritage so we opened many a document and numerous albums.

Aunt Helen was an extraordinary gracious woman, keenly interested in staying active, and keeping up-to-date with political leaders and their policies.

My condolences go to Glenn, as well as the Timberlake family, knowing she will be greatly missed.

Meg Hopkins Volk

October 7, 2021

Aunt Helen was my Father's only sister. She was a beautiful, elegant southern lady with a special charm. She had a great sense of humor and an easy soothing laugh. I enjoyed and will miss our long telephone conversations. Aunt Helen was not an advocate of email or texts. We wrote letters or spoke on the phone only.

Rest in peace Dear Aunt Helen. Sending my condolences and prayers to Glenn, the Trammel family cousins and the entire Timberlake Family.

Patricia Atkinson

October 6, 2021

I am a cousin of Helen's. She was 13 years older than I. I always looked up to her as the kind of woman I would like to be when I grew up. She was a beautiful woman full of grace. My sympathy to her son, Glenn, and all the many family members and friends she had. We will all miss her.

Peggy Dishongh

October 5, 2021

My prayers go out to the family, especially Glen, Marion, Meg and Mike. Helen was my cousin. Her Mom and my Mom are sisters. They are all together now in heaven. I will miss Helen. We always called each other around our birthdays and holidays. She will forever be beautiful and a gracious lady. Love, Peggy

Debra Pettry

October 4, 2021

Prayers for the family. We will miss Helen and her beautiful smile. She was a Lady right to the end. She has left us as being the family living in our section the longest now. I will miss her light being on at night as we both burned the midnight oil. It was from the upstairs of their home that we made the decision to build on our lot. It was pouring rain and we took shelter there to look at the lot from afar. We have missed Neil and the way he managed our lake issues. He always had that under control. As I look over tonight I still see a light burning. She will forever remain in our hearts and thoughts.

Glenn Mizell

October 4, 2021

What can I say. Love you Mom. Miss you. You and your smile made life so much better for everyone you knew and met. You made such a difference in people's lives you knew and even those you did not even know. You had a great time dancing in this world. Now you can dance and travel when and wherever you choose. Thank you for being a great mom to me and Teresa. Rest in peace I love you. Glenn.

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FROM THE FAMILY