Helen Sillick

Born in Burlington, IA
Born on Sep 23, 1920
Departed on Jan 8, 2022

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We send our deepest condolences to Helen's family. We first met Helen at a party for her great grandson Austin. Helen was in her mid eighties and was very vital and interesting. She shared her interest in young clothing designers of the time like Christian Siriano, and we learned she had been a plane pilot in her younger days. We are very sorry to hear of her passing.

We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Aunt Helen. Grandpa (Don Birck) and I send our condolences to you all in her passing. Aunt Helen was such a beautiful and classy woman. I have fond memories of when she would come visit Grandma and Grandpa and I would always love listening to her and Grandpa tell stories as well as watching her dance on TV. You're all in our thoughts and should you be in the Burlington area, please feel free to stop and see Grandpa anytime. Much love, Don & Barbara (Barbie)

To the family of Helen. My grandmother Cooper, Josephine, was a Sillick. I believe her father was Asher Sillick. My father's name was Harold Cooper. Helen's husband Vernon may have been my Grandmother's brother or maybe cousin. I very likely met Helen and Vernon when I was a young boy. Anyway, it's clear Helen's life is to be celebrated. God Bless. Jim Cooper

Kevin and family, So very sorry to hear about your mother. Although Sara and I didn't know her personally, I know she meant a lot to you. John and Sara

Helen was a co-worker of my mom, Jackie Smith Taylor, but also a good friend! I remember her as an elegant, sophisticated, pretty lady. Blessings to her family.

I send my love and condolences to Helen's family. She was a truly charming, gracious woman with an easy elegance and I feel fortunate to have counted her a friend.