Helen D. Riddle | Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

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Helen Dorothy Riddle, 92 of Eden Prairie, formerly Bloomington, MN, passed away peacefully Dec. 21, 2012.  She was born in Page, ND Dec. 3, 1920.  Helen is survived by her daughters, Debbie Brick of Burnsville, and Wendy Marie (Paul) Seyb of Eden Prairie.  She is survived by 5 grandchildren, Brad and David Riddle, Dayton Ohio, Christina Jax, Chaska MN, Dawn Byrd and Paul Brick, St. Louis Park MN; 12 great-grandchildren; and a host of family and friends.  Helen is preceded in death by husband, Richard G. Riddle, Sr., and son, Richard G. Riddle, Jr.  Helen was a faithful member of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church for many years.  She was always willing to help anyone  who needed help,and she brought her genuine and caring spirit wherever she went.  Helen stayed true to herself and to her Lord.  Whenever anyone asked Helen how she was, she always flashed her big smile and declared, "Happy, healthy and terrific!"

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Helen's name may be given to Gilda's Twin Cities (Cancer Support Comunity), 5115 Excelsior Blvd. #448, Minneapolis MN 55416 or online at www.GildasClubTwinCities.org.

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  1. Denise Kedziora(Stahl) says:

    Wendy & Debbie,

    Another great one has passed away this year, my condolences to you & your family.


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