Helen Abbruzzesi Weber R.I.P.

Dear friend Helen Abbruzzesi Weber died, Dec. 24. Here is her obituary from Donohue Funeral Home:

Helen Abbruzzesi Weber

Helen Abbruzzesi Weber, age 82, of West Chester, PA was peacefully carried home to be with her Lord and Savior on Dec. 24, after battling cancer. She was born July 29, 1938 in Chester to the late Louis Abbruzzesi and Dorothy Abbruzzesi. Helen is survived by her loving husband of 59 years, John Henry Weber; her daughters: Lisa M. Esler (Chip), Donna J. Caudell (David), Paula J. Stiles, and Jaclyn A. Gregory; her grandchildren: Joshua King, Brittany Robinson, Cameron Stiles, Drew Gregory, Ryan Gregory, and Ashlynn Gregory, and her great grandchildren, Giovanna Lord, and Abel and Mercy King.

Helen was a born-again Christian and was very politically active in her community. Over the years she worked in property management, but her most important job was that of wife and mother. She loved spending time with her family and friends and enjoyed shopping and going to the beach. Helen was a giving person who always looked after those around her, especially her girls. Helen will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, December 30, at Faith Community Baptist Church in Downingtown, PA. Family and friends are invited to pay their respects beginning at 10 am, followed by her service at 11 am. Burial at Philadelphia Memorial Park Cemetery. Lunch will be provided at the church following the burial.  If you plan to join us for lunch, please RSVP to Donna at 443-350-0925.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Helen’ memory to Chester County Pro-Life Coalition, 590 Snyder Ave, West Chester, PA 19382, would be greatly appreciated.

Visitation is 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Faith Community Baptist Church, 1585 Glenside Road, Downingtown, PA 19335. A memorial service will follow.

3 thoughts on “Helen Abbruzzesi Weber R.I.P.”

  1. I am so very sad to hear of Helen’s passing, but know she is now enveloped in the Lord’s peace. Helen loved our country with a passion and combined with her integrity and belief in the principles that should unite us as Americans, she was a model American patriot. I can only remain profoundly grateful that her family reflects her integrity and patriotic principles. As she rests in peace, I pray for the Lord’s comfort for her family.

  2. Thank you for posting this Bill.

    Helen was an amazing woman who truly will be sorely missed. “Spunky” is a good adjective to describe her. One never had to guess what she thought as she was never reluctant to express her opinions, most of which I personally and wholeheartedly agreed with. I’ll never forget the time she marched up to Joe Sestak in front of a packed auditorium and wagged her finger at him, voicing her strong opinions in opposition to Obamacare which he was advocating at that meeting. He definitely seemed to respect her but also was unquestionably intimidated by her fearlessness and moxie!

    I have a wonderful picture of Helen marching through Union Station during the March 20, 2010 Obamacare protest that says: “CHICAGO STYLE CORRUPTION RULES WASHINGTON!” I wish I could share it with everyone but don’t know how to post it on this web site.

    May this wonderful woman rest in peace. My sympathies go to her wonderful family who take after their mother in expressing their patriotism in various ways. God bless them all.

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