Ann Roberts Helm

Ann Roberts Helm, 77, Ozawkie, Kansas, died at Lawrence Memorial Hospital on Monday, June 26, 2017.

Mrs. Helm was born July 15, 1939, in DeSoto, Kansas, the daughter of Charles Rex and Edna Penfold Roberts.   She grew up in Lawrence and worked as a travel planner for Maupintour Travel Agency for many years and then as a legal secretary for the Barber, Emerson law firm.  Her hobbies included camping, fishing, needlework, and gardening.

Survivors include her husband, Monroe, of the home; a son Jason Helm, Lawrence; 3 stepsons and 2 stepdaughters; a sister, Lorene Hawk of Gladstone, MO; a brother, David Roberts of Lawrence; and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Helm will be cremated and inurnment will take place in Memorial Park Cemetery, in Lawrence.

Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements and no services are planned.

Messages & Condolences

From Jim Black...

Monroe-I’m sorry to hear that Ann has passed. My prayers are with you and your family. Jim Black

From rich Hedges...

Monroe, our condolences for your loss. Thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
Rich and Ginny Hedges

From Don Cole...

Monroe, very sorry to hear about your loss of Ann. Out thoughts and prayers are with you.
Don & Darlene Cole
Lawrence

From Misty (Brooks) Saxer...

Monroe and Jason, I am so sorry about Ann. No amount of words can ease the pain and sorrow you are feeling. I haven’t seen you guys in years, but I do remember being at your house A LOT growing up. RIP Ann!!

From Monica Dykes...

My dad adored Ann the entire time they were together. The way he would put his arm around her and look at her is something actors and actresses have been trying to successfully convey for years. I will always be greatful to her for taking such good care of him. There are so many memories that will not be forgotten. SHE will not be forgotten. RIP Ann.

From Thomas V. Murray...

Ann served as my legal secretary for many years. She was excellent in her profession and was a true friend and colleague. I extend my heartfelt condolences to Monroe and Jason. I will always treasure the memories of my years with Ann. May God rest her soul.

From Lynn Helm Nichols...

Uncle Monroe I’m so sorry for your loss we all Loved her very much she’s a wonderful lady & will be greatly missed. Monroe Helm & Family Love All Ya Very Much. ❤❤❤💋👼💛💓💓

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