Kilgour, Helen Joy

Helen Joy Kilgour

24.08.1960 ~ 17.12.2020

After a long illness, Helen is now resting in the arms of her saviour.

God heard her knocking on the front door, and now the angels rejoice in heaven , with another one that has run the race.

Daughter of Keith & Jeanette (both dec), loved wife of Ian, cherished mother of Simon & Jeremy, sister to David, Judith & Stephen.

A service of celebration will be held on Tuesday 22nd December, 2020

at Maranatha Christian School, Reema Blvd, Endeavour Hills,

commencing at 2:30pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations to The Andrews Centre, Endeavour Hills would be greatly appreciated.

To view Helen's service, please click on the link below.


6 Tributes

  1. Eva Wong
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    Dearest Judy and family,

    My condolences to you all. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Helen. Sending love, light and prayers.

    Much love
    Eva Wong and family.

  2. Joy Findlay
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    I was very sad to hear of Helen’s passing. She was a dear friend and colleague when we taught together at Maranatha. Her bright, friendly presence was a delight. Deepest condolences to her family ❤️

  3. Yvette and Alex Edwards
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    Dear Ian and family,
    Our hearts are aching with you all.
    Helen will be remembered for her genuine interest in people.
    Her gift in teaching Mathematics and Knitting with unmatched skill.
    Of course also, her admired general knowledge about almost anything, and the matching skill to talk about it in the most interesting vocabulary.
    Helen will be remembered as soft spoken, gentle and always inspirational to all.
    Our condolences and love

  4. Steven and Josephine Lay
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    Dear Ian and family,

    We are deeply saddened by the passing of Helen and send our heartfelt condolences. She truly had such a lovely and warm character, and conversations with her was always valued. She was a wonderful teacher who would always go the extra mile for her students. It goes without saying the we will all miss her.

    We take comfort and peace knowing she is now at home with The Lord.

    Steven and Josephine.

  5. Rob Green
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    Helen was the best maths teacher ever. And she was my friend. Her impact on my life has been truely appreciated and will always be a blessing. She will be missed but I look forward to seeing her again.

  6. Ashlee Abeysinghe
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    Dear Ian, Simon & Jeremy,
    What a beautiful service. Helen will be so missed & our hearts ache for you all. We pray God’s love, comfort & peace over you all as you grieve. We will miss her lovely smile, kind & encouraging words to us, about parenting & life. We are forever grateful for the beautiful jumper she made for Arabella. This was very sentimental to us.
    With all our love & prayers;
    Warna & Ashlee Abeysinghe Xx

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