Helen Elvera Brook passed away peacefully, at the West Parry Sound Health Centre, on February 7th, 2023. Age 79 years.
Loving daughter of the late John and Elvera Brook. Predeceased by her sisters; Doris, and Lois, and brother Elmer. Helen will be remembered as a dear aunt to nieces and nephews, their children, and grandchildren.
Helen has been a longstanding member and grateful for the support of St. James United Church.
Cremation has taken place.
Private family interment at Foley Memorial Cemetery will be arranged.
As expressions of sympathy, donations in memory of Helen to the Special Olympics
specialolympics.com or Lakeland Long Term Care would be appreciated.
Helen is and always will be an inspiration to all . A smile that lights up the world. Such a great Joker and a ' sneaker ' of treats. Daytime walks will never be the same,
take care cuz, see you in the funny papers..😊❤️😊🎉😊
What a beautiful soul! Always smiling, always making others feel good, may you Rest In Peace Helen-Patty Forbes
My condolences to Kate and family.-Chris Whittaker
Helen’s contagious laughter and beautiful smile will be dearly missed by all of the staff and residents of Magnetawan home area at Lakeland Long Term Care. It has been an absolute delight and privilege to be part of her care team.-Victoria Maude
We met Helen at Lakeland where she shared a dining room table with our Mom. She was always such a delight to talk to. We will miss our little chats and her big smile! She was such a lovely lady. Rest in peace Helen.-Paul & Karen Zahrebelny
Chris and I send our heartfelt sympathies.
Aunt Helen's family send our sympathies to Helen's partner Tom and deepest gratitude to Donna who was a wonderful companion of Helen's for many years. Community Living Parry Sound were terrific support, and in later years Helen's nephew Brian and Maria Harris were loving supporters. As were many staff at Lakeland Long Term Care - Helen enjoyed activities and companionship. As they say - it takes a village - volunteers and friends ran errands, shuttle service to church, vacation or entertainments. May we all enjoy such lovely people as we age.
We are sad but also glad for happy for memories of Aunt Helen, she loved swimming, family picnics with noisy kids, anticipation of birthdays and Christmas. Nobody reminded us of the spirit of Christmas like Aunt Helen. Thank you everyone for remembering what a lovely lady she is. Susan and Paul.-Susan and Paul Wood
Sending condolences to the Brook family from our whole family. Our girls always remember the special packages that Helen would bring them at Christmas time.-Margaret Boyd
To all the family, Sorry to learn of Helen’s passing. She was a bright light, always with her cheery smile. She was brave and determined in the way she handled her challenges. She was an inspiration. Sincere sympathy to you all, Richard and Pat Poole-Patricia And Richard Poole
So sad to hear of Helen’s passing. I was a friend of hers from St James, and she inspired us all. I loved her laugh, her kindness her humor and zest for life. I have to admit I did sneak sour crème and onion chips into Lakeland many times for her! I hope someone will do the same for me! Peace to you Helen we love you.-Mary Hachigian