Helen S. Norris

Helen S. Norris, 94, of Piedmont, widow of Ted Myslinski and her second husband, Frederick Norris, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Friday, December 31, 2021.

Born in Chicago, IL, she was a daughter of the late John & Mary Soltys.

Mrs. Norris is survived by her children, Linda Fout (Mac) of CA, Robert Myslinski (Candy) of Piedmont, Richard Myslinski (Deb) of Il, and Kathryn Schmidt of CA; nine grandchildren and 1 great grandchild; and one brother, Ted Soltys (Jan) of FL.

She was preceded in death by four sisters.  

Condolences to the family of Helen S. Norris

  • Ben Corasaniti
    3 years ago

    My condolences to the entire family. I was so grateful for the moments she shared with me and the time we spent together, she leaves a wonderful legacy behind in all of her children and grandchildren. She was so proud of all of you and always prayed with me for your safety and happiness. I hope you all can find peace in her passing and use it as an opportunity to grow closer together and grow closer to God and your faith. God Bless her soul and all those who were connected to her.

  • Ken & Carol Zator
    3 years ago

    My favorite unt Helen and Uncle Ted. We have fond memories of them. She was my favorite aunt… a great, kind and wonderful person. I still have the picnic table Uncle Ted made for us when we bought our first home back in 1971. We were so happy for her when she married Uncle Fred after Uncle Ted’s passing. He took good care of her and they also had a wonderful life together. God must have wanted someone special to be with him for the New Year. Love you, Auntie Helen. RIP.

  • John Obercon and Diana Kruse
    3 years ago

    We are so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. May the special memories you made over the many years help you through this difficult time. Your mom is now in peace and with our heavenly father. You are in our prayers and here for you and your family if there is anything we can do.

  • Jim and Kathy Gilliland
    3 years ago

    Just heard about your Mom’s passing today. Wanted to send our condolences and let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers

  • Joyce & Al
    3 years ago

    Thank you for allowing us to get to know Helen! Her stories of all her travels and experiences in her life would definitely make a Best Selling novel. Her laugh, when she won at Dominos was so wonderful, but the best was when she would tell Bob, ”Good Boy, Good Boy” for a play well done in cards. As tears run down my cheek, I know she’s in a happier place with Our Lord. She will always be remembered!

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