Helen Louise Depuit
- August 1, 1914 - March 25, 2001
- Grand Rapids, Michigan
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“Our sincere sympathy to all of the family.
Larry & Barbara Grasman
Daughter & son-in-law of
Robt. and Ethel De Puit
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“Extend our sympathy to the family in the loss of your Mother. It was so nice to have met her again for lunch last summer and reminiscence of all the...Read More »
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“Our whole family extends sympathy to your family at the loss of your mother.She was a grand person
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KINGSLEY-DEPUIT - Announcing the passing of Helen Louise Kingsley-DePuit to the open arms of our Lord. The beloved wife of the late Ronald DePuit, Helen leaves behind a legacy of love and boundless energy.
Helen joins Ron leaving their children, Sandra Bosworth of Blacksburg, VA, Nancy Bosworth of Silver Spring, MD, and Thomas DePuit of Grand Rapids, MI/Union City, CA; their grandchildren, Michael DePuit, Susan DePuit-Jablonski, Jeff Bosworth, David Bosworth, Andrew Bosworth, Allison Bosworth-Spenard; her great grandchildren, Olivia, Alexander, Paris, and Sydney; her brothers, Pat Kingsley of Grandville, MI and Jim Kingsley of Fredricksburg, TX to remember her with love and respect for such a grand lady.
The Kingsley and DePuit families have resided in the Grandville-Jenison area since the turn of the 20th century. Helen touched so many lives during her many years as a teacher at Union High School. Helen loved golf and was instrumental in the formation of the first girls golf teams in the Grand Rapids Public Schools. That love of golf led to many happy times for Helen, Ron and so many others at Silver Lake and Sunnybrook Country Clubs. Helen was a person of many talents. She was a wonderful cook, an accomplished stained glass artisan, a gardener with a green thumb, and avid bridge player, and a mother who loved her family. We all loved her so much.
A Memorial Service will be held 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Cook Funeral Home west building, 4235 Prairie St. SW, Grandville. Visitation will be on Tuesday from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. at the funeral home. If you are unable to attend the service please sign the family’s Memory Book at www.cookfuneralhome.com. Donations in memory of Helen Kingsley-DePuit can be made to the American Cancer Society.