Helen G. Vuiller
July 24, 1909 ~ January 20, 2010
Helen G. Vuiller passed away in her 100th year, very peacefully at home with her granddaughters Robin, Susie and great-grandson Travis at her bedside. Helen was born to Florence F. and William Harlan in Jackson County, West Virginia on July 24, 1909. Helenï¿½s family moved to Weirton in 1924 and she has been a resident ever since. She moved to Weirton Heights in 1928.
Helen was preceded in death by her husband Jules ï¿½Frenchyï¿½ Vuiller, her parents Florence F. and William Harlan, two brothers Homer and Herman, a sister Virginia Chambers, her eldest son Albert and her daughter Delores Ruch.
Survivors are sons Jules ï¿½Jr.ï¿½ and Bill Vuiller and half-brother Carl E. Fish of Moundsville. Her granddaughter Robin Scammell has been her constant companion and caretaker for the past 7ï¿½ years. Helen leaves behind several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, a niece and nephew.
Helen will be missed by friends and neighbors tremendously. I want to thank her hospice nurse Rhonda for all her support and care and Mary Ann, her CNA.
Friends will be received Tuesday, January 26, 2010 from 10 until the 11AM funeral service at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton. The Reverend Ronald Rice will officiate.
Memorial contributions may be made to Valley Hospice, 10686 State Route 150, Rayland, OH 43943.
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Robin I was saddened to read of the passing of your grandma…….she was the sweetest person, so gentle. You have my sincere condolences. Liz (from Wanda’s Beauty Shop)
DEAR ROBIN, DARREL AND I BOTH WISH TO SEND YOU OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY IN THE LOSS OF YOUR GRANDMOTHER. WHEN I SAY I UNDERSTAND YOUR GRIEF I CAN SAY THAT FROM MY HEART. I’M ALMOST 70 YEARS OLD NOW AND THE PRECIOUS MEMORIES OF MY GRANDMA ARE WITH ME EVERY DAY. A SMELL, A BREEZE A LOVING THOUGHT OF BOTH HER AND MY PAP ARE PART OF WHO I AM AND WHAT I HAVE GROWN TO BE BECAUSE OF MY UPBRINGING BY THEM BOTH. YOU WILL REMEMBER HER AS WELL AND IT IS THE MOST WONDERFUL GIFT FROM GOD IMAGINABLE. GOD BLESS YOU ROBIN AND YOUR FAMILY AS WELL. REMEMBER, YOU ARE NEVER ALONE. GOD TAKES CARE OF THOSE WHO LOVE HIM. YOUR FRIENDS MARIE AND DARREL
Robin and the rest of the family, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Your grandmother has been a neighbor of my family for many years. Such a wonderful woman; very kind and friendly, she will surely be missed by all who knew her. Such a loss of wisdom will leave a very large void in many peoples lives. Take care knowing that she is in God’s Hands and no longer in pain.
Dear Susie, Robin and family, I was so saddened to hear about Grand- ma. I was flooded with memories of she and Papa and their dog Rowdy. She was always so sweet to me. She will surely be missed. Take care. Thinking of you, Vaughna
To The Vuiller Family, As Grandma V’s first born grandson, I have my memories of growing up around her as a young boy and they will always be with me. William E. Vuiller (Bill)
I (Tomasovich) grew up on Clara Street and knew of Mrs. Vuiller for the past 47 years. I got to know her much better when working with the City of Weirton’s Rehab Program. She was one in a million and such a sweetheart. I am sure she will be truly missed. So sorry for your loss. Take care and God Bless.
To the Vuiller Family: I am so sorry for your loss. Mrs. Vuiller was a neighbor of ours for many years. She was a very sweet and kind person. She is in God’s hands now smiling down at us all. She will truly be missed by everyone who knew her.
dear jodi and family, we were so sorry to hear about the loss of your grandmother. we know you must have been a wonderful granddaughter. we want you to know that we are thinking of you and we love you.
Tracy and Jodi, I am so sorry to hear about great-grandma. I never had the chance to meet her but I sure heard a lot about her from the 2 of you as well as Gram when she was alive and we would sit and have coffee. I know how much she meant to you all. It’s such a shame that after all the time you took care of Gram and and your great grama that you haven’t been able to see her since Gram passed but anyone who knows you knows that you are at peace with knowing she is where she wanted to be…with Gram. Our prayers are with you all. Much Love Guys. Kris
Sue, Albert and family…my family’s prayers are with you at this time. I always have fond memories of grandma and your family. Maggie Ridgway and Family