Helen Lunedei

Helen L Lunedei (Shurtleff)

Thursday, May 1st, 1952 - Saturday, April 18th, 2020
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Robin Walker

Posted at 08:18am
I will always remember growing up with Helen. She was a cousin and a friend. Countless days Helen, Claire, mys sister Mary and I would walk downtown picking up bottles to trade in for candy at the candy store. We sold Mayflowers and spent numerous nights palling in to Uncle Bobs old car to go get ice cream. As we got older and had our own families we would run in to each other either at bingo or at Foxwood. My sympathies go out to her family. She will always be in my memories. Robin Vance Walker

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