Helen Ruth Lavely
November 1, 1932 – November 17, 2018
Helen Ruth Lavely of Temple, TX passed away on November 17, 2018. She was 86.
She is preceded in death by her parents Robert Claburne Worley and Opal Ruth Cushenberry Worley, her siblings Robert Worley, Mary Worley, Doris Worley Schuyler and Donald Worley.
She is survived by her husband and the love of her life Owen Lavely, her siblings Pat Worley Dyea, Jim Worley, Bobby Worley, Sharon Worley Efrid, her children Rose Brock Torres, Dana Brock Reveile, Ronnie Brock, Daniel Brock and Cathy Lavely Kimmel, her grandchildren Edgar and Christy Foley Duran, Linda Reveile, Kelly Foley, Ginger Foley Bratton, Stephanie Foley, Jesse Reveile, Tracy Kimmel Richards, Melissa Kimmel Flores, Becky Kimmel, her nineteen great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren.
The eternal God is your refugee, and his everlasting arms are under you…Deut 33:27
- Visitation Tuesday, November 27, 2018
- Celebration of Life Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Helen Ruth Lavely
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Bobbie, Scott and Lori Hotard and Worley
November 29, 2018
Great Aunt and sister-in-law Prayers to all
November 26, 2018
There are so many memories to share just one seems nearly impossible.
For several years I was an over-the-road truck driver. Nearly every day that I was away from home and over the road my Meemaw would call me and tell me things like what the weather was like back home and would always try and find out what the weather was going to be like where I was going as well as any upcoming events that I might be able to go to in those places. And for that brief time we were on the phone it was like I was at home again. However there is one instance in particular I would like to tell you about. I pulled over in Wyoming to watch a meteor shower that she had told me about I crawled up on the top of the trailer and set out a picnic and blankets. That night she called me on her cell phone and we watch the meteor shower together her in Texas and me and Wyoming. And from that moment on I could never look at the starry night again without feeling like she was right there with me
Tracy Kimmel Richards
November 21, 2018
My fondest memory of Gram and Pap was in 1999 we drove down for a visit with just our two oldest children Donald and Daniel. We went to this drive through safari, Gram was driving, Aunt Dana, Jesse and Lola was with us too, and she was so worried about the ostriches pecking our eyes out, that she didn't realize this camel was coming through her driver's side window and she just about jumped on Pap's lap to get away from it!
November 20, 2018
I remember when I went with Helen and Owen to the VA in Temple Tx to help them with Bingo. I had a wonderful time.