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In Loving Memory

Willmann, Helen Marie

Helen Marie Willmann (nee Bourisaw) age 97, Born July 19, 1926 and passed away on Friday, December 22, 2023; she was preceeded in death by her parents Edward and Lorraine Bourisaw, Husband Donald Willmann, Son Michael Willmann, Grandson Nicholas Willmann, Granddaughters Haley and Destiny Payne, Nicole Willmann, Great-grandson Antonio E Willmann , brother Edward Bourisaw, sisters Verna and Loretta Bourisaw; Daughter-in-law Jan W Willmann and Yorkie Taz.

Survived by children Donald and Jan Willmann, Richard and Cheryl Willmann, Randy and Michelle Willmann, Denise and James Schouten, Steven Willmann, Daughter-in-law Debra Willmann, Sister-in-law Rosemary Bourisaw and family, Grandmother of 21, Great grandmother of 27, Great-great grandmother of 1.

Worked for Handicraft Company for 31 years, Siisters of Saint Joseph’s of Carondelet, Special Minister at Saint Boniface and Saint Stephens Protomartyr, Longtime member of Saint Ann Society, Loved traveling, shopping, playing games, Saint Louis Cardinals, Spending time with her family and pets. Special thanks to staff at Lake Saint Charles and residents for the love and care they gave Helen. The angels at BJC Saint Peters hospital and hospice team.

Funeral from Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, Wednesday December 27, 9:30AM to St. Mark Catholic Church for a 10AM Mass. Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. VISITATION TUESDAY 5-8PM


5 thoughts on “Willmann, Helen Marie”

  1. We had the privilege of meeting Helen when Rick and Cheryl live across the street from us. She was always such a kind and gracious lady. She loved her family and always had a kind word for everyone. We are so sorry for your loss and have you in our prayers and heart

  2. I got to know Helen on Tuesday morning when I picked her up for mass at st. Stephen’s. We would have coffee and cake at the rectory afterwards. She was such a beautiful person; so kind and friendly. It was my pleasure to know Helen.
    I am sorry for your loss. Accept my deepest sympathy.

  3. So sorry for your loss and wishing you peace and may God strengthen you and your family during this difficult time. My sincere condolences for your loss.

  4. So sorry to hear of your loss. I remember the “St. Boniface clique” of parents that she was a big part of – they were something special. RIP, Helen – prayers for the family.



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