Condolences for Helen Mattie Lister

Charles and Eleanor Brittain posted on 12/30/20

Our condolences to the Lister Family... Charles and I had a wonderful time with Aunt Helen and their family. Aunt Helen kept her family close to her heart.

 

butch etheridge posted on 12/30/20

you are in my thoughts and prayers tonight. I remember clearly that night in early summer 1959 when you and Helen welcomed me back to Alabama after our 6 years in Beaumont. I was missing Lynda terribly and Helen wrapped her arms around me and I felt better immediately. God blesses her as she enters his kingdom. I love you Dan... Butch and Lynda

 

Melanie Byrd posted on 12/29/20

Sorry for the loss of your mother. I pray that peace and comfort be with you.

 

Brenda Scott posted on 12/29/20

Helen was one of the nicest people I have known She always walked with God and I’m proud to say she was my friend I will cherish memories of our beach trips together

 

 

Darlene Lawson posted on 12/28/20

One of the brightest women I have ever known... Has the heart of a angel...

 

Randall and Lynn Sloop posted on 12/28/20

Our son (Tim Badgett) loved spending time with her while visiting in Lake Hartwell. Helen's son Ted is a very special friend to us and we extend our love to Ted and all the family. We will hold your lovely family in our thoughts and our prayers.

 

 

Arley and Shirley Mills posted on 12/28/20

We love you, Helen.

 

QUINNETTE ANN WALL posted on 12/27/20

Sorry to hear of your loss. Will keep you in my prayers .

 

Susan Carrier posted on 12/27/20

So sorry for your loss Losing parents leaves a big hole but God will get you and family through it. Love you.

 

Sharon Webb posted on 12/27/20

I have fond memories of Miss Helen being our neighbors at Port Bass (Lake Hartwell). She and Mr. Dan taught me to water ski and had lost of patience. We had some great times at the lake. Prayers and Love for the Family, Mr Dan, Rebecca, Nita Kay, Pam and Ted.

 

Betty Greene posted on 12/27/20

Helen hired me just as my husband came out of military, I loved working for her she was a wonderful supervisor. Very dedicated. I learned the beginning of my nursing career there and I credit her for most of that. My thoughts and prayers are with you, she lived her family

 

Carol Berger posted on 12/27/20

Helen was a large part of my memories of working at Cleveland Memorial Hospital for 26 years starting in 1988. As I recall, she ran a tight ship as Director of Medical Records but was a refined and gracious lady. Hoping the Best memories of her strengthen her family and friends now and always.