Obituaries

Helen Miller

April 16, 1930 - January 23, 2019

Age 88, of Warsaw, passed away on January 23, 2019 at the Wyoming County Nursing Facility in Warsaw.

She was born April 16, 1930 in Ellisburg, NY, daughter of the late Asa and Evelyn Sergant Berry. Helen was a homemaker who loved spending time with her family. She also enjoyed gardening, crossword puzzles, playing cards, watching tv and was a fan of the New York Yankees.

Helen is predeceased by her first husband, Leland Amend, Jr., as well as her second husband Edward Miller. She is also predeceased by a son, David Amend; her brother, Leonard Berry and two sisters, Mary Taylor and Grace Corey.

Helen is survived by her children, Sandy (Joe) Zarcone of Lockport, Susan Gillette of Brockport, Don (Bonnie) Amend of LeRoy, Denise (Steve) McMaster of Warsaw, Dale Amend of Pavilion, Scott Amend of Macedon and Ricky Tiede who was like a son to Helen. She is also survived by her sister, Hazel Petersen of Henderson Harbor, NY; several grandchildren; several great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Private services will be held at a later date. Memorials can be made in Helen’s name to the Wyoming County Nursing Facility, 400 N. Main St., Warsaw, NY 14569.

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Feb 27.19 from Nancy Ensman:
I'm so sorry for your loss of your Mom. I have wonderful memories of Helen. She had an awesome wit and kept me smiling. Keeping you all close in my thoughts. Hugs...

Jan 30.19 from John Holmes:
To All of her family:
Very sorry to hear about your loss. She was always a gracious and dignified lady, with a wonderful sense of humor. Loved her family and, in turn, was loved by each of you. My thoughts are with you
John Holmes

Jan 30.19 from Diane & Paul Kranz:
Sandy, We’re so very sorry for your loss and your family’s loss. Love to all.

Jan 29.19 from sharon demun:
I was so sorry to hear of Helen's passing. I had so many great times with her. I will always remember how she loved to dance and just have a good time. She will be missed.

Jan 29.19 from Karen R. Stothers:
I got to know Helen, when she lived at Cloisters. She loved to talk about her family. You could tell she was so very proud of them. I missed her when she left Cloisters. Sorry to hear of your loss Karen