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Helen Stebleton

NAME:       HELEN  STEBLETON             AGE:  93

ADDRESS:  Union City, Ohio

TIME OF DEATH:  Tuesday March 28, 2012

PLACE OF DEATH:   Union City Care Center

DATE OF BIRTH:     June 28, 1918      PLACE OF BIRTH:  Williamsburg, Indiana

OCCUPATION:  Homemaker

ORGANIZATIONS/CLUBS:  First Christian Church, Eagles of Greenville, Ohio. Helen was a 1936 Graduate of Williamsburg High School. She loved to dance and sing.

SURVIVED BY:  2 Daughters: Shirley (Galen) Dohme-U.C., Ohio, Sandy (Gary) Miller-U.C., Indiana.  4 Grandchildren: Robb Miller, Jennifer (Scott) Bissell, Trina (Scott) Ryan, Teresa (Chris) Leeper. 7 Great Grandchildren: Kelsea, Makenna, Connor, Carson, Caleb, Rylee and Avery. Special Friend: Lewis Lease-Greenville, Ohio

PRECEDED BY:  Parents, Husband: Robert Stebleton, 1 Grandson: Shawn Dohme, 1 Brother, 3 Sisters

VISITATION:   2 Hours prior to Services Friday at Reichard Funeral Home 400 W. Deerfield Road Union City, Indiana

SERVICES:   11:30 A.M. Friday March 2, 2012      OFFICIATING:  Rev. Mick Whistler

Burial:  Lisbon Cemetery  Union City, Indiana

MEMORIALS: State of the Heart Hospice with envelopes at the Funeral Home.


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I am saddened to hear of Helen's passing. I will remember and miss her mischievous smile. I will miss the way her eyes sparkled when she told me of her life..when her daughters were born, showing horses, Mr./Mrs. Santa Claus, and the birth of "The Stebleton Tophatters."  She did a benefit with me to raise money for the Red Cross and used her monkey. It was a lot of laughs and a lot of fun. I will miss her zeal for life and all that it holds. Mostly, I will miss listening to her sing.."I'll be down to get ya in a taxi honey..." My deepest condolences to all of the family.

MONA Mar 1 2012 12:00 AM

My deepest condolences on Helen's passing.  She was always very happy, upbeat, and a joy to be around.  Thinking of all of her family during this difficult time.  

Lana Lease-Johnston and Family.  
Noblesville, Indiana

Lana Lease-Johnston Mar 1 2012 12:00 AM