Obituary of HELEN PACK
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Helen Pearline Pack went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Monday, November 3, 2008 at Clarehouse in Tulsa. She was born in Blanchard, Oklahoma on August 19th, 1934. Helen attended and graduated from Sapulpa High School with the class of "52". Helen Burns married Haskell W. "Hack" Pack on May 29, 1953. She lived and worked in the Sapulpa area her whole life. She loved working with people. She worked for Liberty Glass Company, Southwest Packaging, C.R.Anthony's, Reasor's and even worked for her mother at her cafe and drive-in form many years. She was very honest and was always a hard worker in everything she did. Helen enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She was an active member of The First Baptist Church of Kellyville and loved her Sunday School Class very much. She was a loving and devoted wife, sister and best friend to so many people and the most caring mother and nanny your hearts could ever want. She loved her family. Helen loved her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ with all her heart. She is in Heaven now looking down on all of us smiling with no more pain and celebrating her new life with her Lord and Savior. Helen will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her so much. Helen is preceded in death by her father, Sam Burns; mother, Edna Archer; step-father, Albert "Buck" Archer; step-sister, Ada Mae Thomas; and her oldest grandson, whom she loved like a son, Brandon Michael Cole. Helen is survived by husband of 56 years, Haskell "Hack" Pack of the home; her daughter, Pamela Sue Pack and Kenneth Henshaw; grandson, Ashton Pack; step-granddaughter, Jessica Thulin and husband, Ryan of Sapulpa; her son, Kenny Ray Pack, Sr. and wife Georgia of Kellyville; granddaughter, LaKendra and husband, Philip Chuculate of Bristow; grandson, Kenny Ray Pack II and wife, Katie of Wichita, Kansas; great grandchildren, Skylar and Hunter Chuculate; brother, Sonny Archer and wife, Sissy of Kellyville; sisters, Marie Haney of Sapulpa, Patsy McAughey and husband John of Graeley, Colorado and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Last but not least, she is also survived by her closest and best friend, Lee Cochran and family. Brother Joe Coker will be officiating services. The family has requested donations to Clarehouse of Tulsa or the charity of your choosing. Memorials: H is for the Heartfelt love we shared. E is for the Everlasting faith. L is for the Loving ways she had. E is for Everything she did for us. N is for Never giving up on us. Put them all together, they spell HELEN. Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and friend. We all Love and Miss you. Service: Thursday, November 6, 2008 at 2:30 PM The First Baptist Church of Kellyville Kellyville, Oklahoma Cemetery: Green Hill Memorial Gardens Sapulpa, OklahomaTo plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of HELEN PACK, please visit our Tree Store
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