Helen T. (Andries) Moses

Born: Fri., Feb. 25, 1944
Died: Fri., Sep. 8, 2017

Celebration of Life

2:00 PM Sun., Oct. 29, 2017
Location: Leominster Veterans Center

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LEOMINSTER, MA --- Helen T. (Andries) Moses, 73, Passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Sept, 8th 2017, after a brief illness. Born Feb. 25, 1944. in Minto, New Brunswick, Canada. She was the daughter of Henry J. Andries and Cecilia V. (Crawford).  

She is survived by her loving husband, Sylvantus H. Moses (Red) of 54 loving years. She leaves four children, Henry Moses, (wife Brenda) of Leominster, Ma. Cecilia Nelson, (Husband Rob) of Albuquerque, NM, Charles Moses, (wife Patsy) of York, PA and Pamela Maxwell of Fitchburg, MA. Siblings: Carol Poisson of Gardner, MA. Alvin Andries, (wife Lee) of Westminster, MA.; Gail Ouellette, (husband Charlie) of Lunenburg, Ma.; Jerry Andries, (wife Bette) of Westminster, MA.; Lisa Robichaud, (husband Robi) of Hubbardston, Ma.; Predeceased by sister, Pamela Andries. She deeply loved and enjoyed her 12 grandchildren and her five great-grand-children and many nieces and nephews. Family meant everything to her, all who knew her felt her love.

She loved drawing, gladiolas, autumn, and singing for the Lord. In her younger years she was the female vocalist for the band “White Line Fever”. Her love for the Lord was evident in the reverent way she lived her life with arms wide open and heart overflowing. 

A Celebration of Life ceremony will be held on Sunday October 29, 2017, 2:00 pm at the Leominster Memorial Veterans Center, 100 West St, Leominster, MA. Her joyous heart requested attendees wear a Boston Red Sox shirt or cap because we are all here to “celebrate” with love and laughter! Memorial donation, in lieu of flowers, may be made in her name to www.feedthechildren.org (800) 627-4556, 333 N Meridian, Oklahoma City, OK, 73107.

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Paul & Donna Roger
   Posted Sat September 16, 2017
Our deepest sympathies go out to Red, the family, and all of Helen's friends. Helen's great smile will always be remembered. Her geniune warmth always shone through. She was a kind and wonderful person that will not be forgotten. I (Paul) have a memory of my very first "group" motorcycle ride one warm and sunny day. Helen and Red suggested that I wear a warm jacket for the night ride back home. I didn't have a clue and wore a light sweater. It sure was cold coming home that night. We had a good laugh. We love you Helen.

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