Helen Marie Werth

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Helen Werth
Helen Marie Werth, 65, died Tuesday, July 3 in the Oneida County Hospital.
She grew up and was educated in Duechene, Utah, and later moved to Long Beach, California, where she graduated from high school.
She married Leonard Tomany. They were later divorced. She later married Marvin L. Werth, November 3, 1951.
She had worked in Long Beach in the ship yards and also had worked many years as a licensed day care operator.
In 1979 she moved to Malad where she had since resided. In Malad she had been active in the Oneida Hospital Pink Ladies where she had volunteered over 5,000 hours of service.
She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where she had been active in Relief Society. She was also active in the Eagles Organization.
She loved to dance, and enjoyed fishing, the outdoors and all types of handicrafts.
She is survived by her husband, Malad; three sons, Dennis Tomany, Eugene, Oregon; Michael Tomany, Brigham City, Utah; Calvin “Fritz” Werth, Cocoa, Florida; one daughter Mrs. Michael (Laura) Marlynne Dickerson, Malad; 17 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, two sisters, Laura Pike, Grass Valley, California; and Mrs. Louis (Patricia) Jones, Tyler, Texas; step-father, Clyde Pike, Grass Valley, California. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Ralph and Robert Pike and one granddaughter.
Funeral services were held Friday at the Benson-Horsley Funeral Home.

In Loving Memory Of
HELEN MARIE CORBETT WERTH – 65
Born, November 20, 1924 – Salt Lake City, Utah
Died, July 3, 1990 – Malad, Idaho
Funeral Service Friday, July 6, 1990 – 11:00 A.M. Benson-Horsley Funeral Home •
Counselor Craig Sperry . Officiating
Casket Bearers
Danny Bedford Jeff Tomany
Mick Tomany Brian Tomany
Jason Tomany Cody Dickerson

Honorary Casket Bearers
Abe Dickerson Jacob Werth
Service
Prelude and Postlude Myra Jean John
Invocation Ed Jones
Song Jared and Rhonda Crowther
“I Hope There”ll Be Pine Trees In Heaven” Myra Jean John, Accompanist
Life Sketch Mike Tomany
Song Granddaughters
“Little Purple Pansies” Jennifer Tomany, Accompanist
Speaker Craig Sperry
Song Jared and Rhonda Crowther
“Each Life That Touches Ours For Good” Myra Jean John, Accompanist
Benediction Dennis Tomany
Concluding Service Malad City Cemetery
Dedicatory Prayer Mike Tomany
Compassionate Service and Care of Flowers by Malad LDS 5th Ward Relief Society Jane Ann Ward, President and Oneida County Pink Ladies

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