Helen Earles

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 Helen Gertrude Earles ( nee Telford )

On Friday, July 8, 2022, Helen Earles passed away at Norview Nursing Home in her 84 year. Survived by two daughters, Sandra Earles and Conni Banfield (David Bennett); four grandchildren, Jeremy Empey (Christine), Jonathon Banfield, Nicole Pettitt, and Kyle Bennett; and five great grandchildren, Dominik & Miya Empey, Chloe, Jemma & Hunter Pettitt. Also survived by siblings Patricia & Wayne McBride, Ronald & Edna Telford, Robert & Teresa Telford, and Frederick Telford. Predeceased by husband, Ray and son Jeffery Earles. Private cremation has taken place by Hyde & Mott Chapel, R.H.B. Anderson Funeral Homes (2020) Ltd., 60 Main Street South, Hagersville. A celebration of life will be held at the Simcoe Legion 200 West Street, Simcoe on Saturday July 23, 2022 from 1 - 4 pm. Special thanks to the staff at Norview Nursing Home for their care. As an expression of your sympathy donations may be made to Alzheimer’s Society, Canadian Cancer Society or the Johnson Cemetery Board. www.rhbanderson.com


Posted by Bonnie Wythe on
So sorry to hear of Helen's passing. She will be surely missed.. I went and visited Helen at ,Norview. She still remembered me. Helen and Ray were my foster parents. My condolences to Conni and Sandy and the family.
Posted by Cathy A on
Sending condolences to Helen's family. I met Helen at Norview and just loved talking to her. Always had a sly smile and a quick wit about her. God speed Helen, I will miss our conversations.
Posted by Sharon Moore on
Sincere condolences to Helen's family and friends. I have many fond memories of her as both a school bus driver for my son to Walsh Public School and as a foster parent during my time at CAS. May your fond memories provide comfort at this difficult time. She certainly lived life to the fullest and enjoy a good laugh. Loved her sense of humour. Sincerely,
Posted by keith telford on
Sincere condolences to my cousins, good times remembering the family Christmas get togethers as a kid. Sorry for mowing over a small pine tree when I was a kid up one summer. the small pine was on the lawn after all.
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