Helen
WYMAN, HELEN F., of Redondo Beach , passed away May 19, 2001 in an area hospital. She was born Oct. 8, 1906 in Washington state. Helen, who was very proud of her wartime era job as a microphone assembly technician which helped her country during desperate hours. Left to mourn her passing are: Daughter, Eileen Bristow of WA, Daughter, Marian Nemec of AZ; granddaughters, Peggy Carlisle and Susan Garcia and grandsons, Michael Nemec and Tom and Gary Bristow. Helen is also survived by her stepchildren, Nancy Cunningham and John Wyman. In all, Helens generation extends to fourteen great grandchildren, nineteen great great grandchildren and four step grandchildren. Visitation will be at WHITE & DAY MORTUARY, 3215 S. Sepulveda Bl., Manhattan Beach, CA, 90266 on Tuesday, May 29, 2001 from 1:00 PM until 8:00 PM. Funeral services will be Wednesday, May 30, 2001 at 10:00 AM at the same location. PRIVATE INTERMENT will be at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, Ca. En lieu of flowers, friends MAY contribute in Helen's memory to the Paralyzed Veterans of America at 7 Mill Brook Road, Wilton, NH 03086. www.pva.org Flowers are also acceptable.

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  1. Mimi\’s kind and gentle way, her great smile and loving adoration for her family brought sunshine to all who knew her.

  2. Please accept our deepest condolences. Our fondest memories of her, will always be her kindness, that warmed our hearts then, and will always be with us in sprit. Bill

  3. I wish to extend my sympathy. I know what you are going through, seeing I lost my father this past February. You will miss your mother, grandmother, greatgrandmother, as we at the shop have lost a good friend. She was one sweet ladies. She is resting now, no more pain. We should all be so lucky and live as good a life as Helen. Peace be with you, Julie

  4. We will always remember what a wonderful grandmother you were. We miss you Mimi and you will always be in our memories. Mike, Jodie, Natalie, Revee & Ethan

  5. Thank you Mimi for your grace and elegance and your quiet loving spirit. Peggy carries all of this in her heart – she learned well. She is so like you in all the important ways. My prayers are with you. I know you are with God. Patty

  6. Aunt Helen was a great lady. We are going to miss her so very much. But we thank God he brought us together for two years.

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