OReilly HelenO’REILLY, Helen (nee Davis)  - On Friday January 12, 2018 in her 92nd year.

Helen, survived by her devoted husband Ron of 70 years.

Loving mother of Mary (Alex Netchay), Margaret (Alexey Netchay), Jamie (Lisa), Heather Peco and Alex (Rachel).

Loved grandmother of Andrea, Gregg, Wes, Heather, Meghan, Jennifer, Brian, Alex, Duncan and Clare.

Devoted great grandmother of Emma, Abby, Jake, Charlee, Sam, Will, Jordan, Travis, Gage, Kenna, Stella and Max. Helen will be forever remembered for her exemplary sewing and quilting skills – always determined to complete her projects to their full potential.

She was an avid fan of the Toronto Blue Jays, active in the Bruce Trail over the years and enjoyed the challenge of her daily crossword. She will be lovingly remembered by all who knew her. Cremation has taken place.

Helen will be interred in the family lot in Shelburne Cemetery in the springtime.

If desired, remembrances to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Hamilton and Halton Chapter, 875 Main Street West, Lower Level 7, Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4P9 would be appreciated.

HaltonObituaries.com

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OReilly HelenO’REILLY, Helen (nee Davis)  - On Friday January 12, 2018 in her 92nd year.

Helen, survived by her devoted husband Ron of 70 years.

Loving mother of Mary (Alex Netchay), Margaret (Alexey Netchay), Jamie (Lisa), Heather Peco and Alex (Rachel).

Loved grandmother of Andrea, Gregg, Wes, Heather, Meghan, Jennifer, Brian, Alex, Duncan and Clare.

Devoted great grandmother of Emma, Abby, Jake, Charlee, Sam, Will, Jordan, Travis, Gage, Kenna, Stella and Max. Helen will be forever remembered for her exemplary sewing and quilting skills – always determined to complete her projects to their full potential.

She was an avid fan of the Toronto Blue Jays, active in the Bruce Trail over the years and enjoyed the challenge of her daily crossword. She will be lovingly remembered by all who knew her. Cremation has taken place.

Helen will be interred in the family lot in Shelburne Cemetery in the springtime.

If desired, remembrances to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Hamilton and Halton Chapter, 875 Main Street West, Lower Level 7, Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4P9 would be appreciated.

HaltonObituaries.com

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