Helena Sauberer of New Rochelle, former resident of Mamaroneck, passed away January 7th, 2009. Born August 16th, 1932, she was called “Home” at the age of 76. She will be laid to rest on Monday, January 12th, 2009 at the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Cemetery.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Federico and Bertha Sauberer Wehrstein and Niece Elizabeth Beliard Chang.
She is survived by a very large loving family who will miss her very much. Brother Peter Sauberer, his wife Mica and six children – Pete, Pablo, Maria Elena, Maggie, Cristina and Angela; Brother Paul Sauberer and his son Paul, Jr.; Sisters Ruthie Lorys, her husband Walter and seven children – Walter, Stephen, Alison, Ruthann, James, Patricia and Andrew; Sister Rosie Beliard, her husband George and their son George, Jr.; Sister Maria (Mousie) Gibbs, her husband Lanny and their two sons – Edward and Holland; Sister Maria Margarita (Chiqui) Yessian, her husband Richard and their two children – Kathyrn and Richard, Jr. as well as all of our extended families.
She will be dearly missed by us all. The Memorial Service is Monday, January 12, 2009 at 10:30 am at Coxe & Graziano Funeral Home in Mamaroneck, NY.
Gone Away (On Behalf of Helena Sauberer to all her loved ones)
An angel whispered take my hand and come with me; you’re work here is done.
I went away to a place where there’s no tears, no sorrow, only laughter and smiles, there will always be a tomorrow.
As I move amongst the clouds, I’ll look down and smile upon you, while the angels sing a heavenly song.
I am not alone. All who went before are here; they awaited my return.
I know you’ll grieve and wish I was still there. I am there in the memories you hold dear.
Remember how much I love you and know I took your love with me.
I did not wish for you to cry, nor feel sad. My pain is gone and I am Free!
Soon you’ll come to me; until then God will be with you just as He is with me.
In Our Hearts (On behalf of all the family)
We thought of you with love today, but that is nothing new;
We thought about you yesterday and the days before that too.
We think of you in silence, we often speak your name;
Now all we have is our memories, and your picture in a frame.
Your memory is our keepsake, with which we’ll never part;
God has you in His keeping, we have you in our hearts.