Helen Marie Stuart

November 21, 1934 ~ January 17, 2005

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Mrs. Helen Marie Stuart passed Monday, Jan. 17, 2005, at St. Francis Medical Center, Cape Girardeau, MO., at the age of 70 years, 1 month & 26 days. She was born Nov. 21, 1934, in Esther, MO., & was the daughter of Edward F. & Ruth 'Carver' Huber Also preceding-in-death were: her husband, Alonzo Lloyd Stuart (March 1995); 1 Daughter, Susan Marie Stuart, in-infancy (Jan. 1955); 2 Brothers: Earl Huber (Dec. 1975); & Leslie Huber (Feb. 1976); 1 Sister, Evelyn Rigdon (Dec. 2004).

Helen was a member & Past-President of Norman L. Rigdon VFW Post #5896, Ladie's Auxillary, Farmington. She worked 25 years in the St. Francois County Clerk's office.

Survivors Include: Her SON: Paul Edward Stuart and wife, Tammy, of Farmington; Granddaughter, Deneen Stuart; Sisters: Bess Cooksey; Beulah 'Mrs. Francis' Carrow; Hilda 'Mrs. Jack' Bryant; Barbara 'Mrs. Ron' Sullivan & Foster Mother-In-Law, Velma Lober, all of Farmington. Also surviving are numerous Nieces; Nephews & Step-Grandchildren.

Visitation Tuesday, 4:30 - 9 pm. Visitation resumes Wednesday morning, 7 am & funeral service Wednesday morning, 10:00 a.m., January 19, 2005, at TAYLOR Funeral Service CHAPEL, Farmington, with Fr. Jim Mitulski officiating. Burial will be in Parkview Cemetery, Farmington. Memorials may be made to: * The Arthritis Foundation &/or * The American Heart Association.

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  1. our deepest sympathy to all of you on the loss of helen she was a very sweet and dear friend herb and dorothy herbst

  2. Although I only met Helen one time when my wife and I visited her and her husband Alonzo she was a very nice person and I know she will be missed by all of those who loved her. Alonso and I were best friends as we grew up together in Desloge and the few times that I was able to talk with him he always told me of his love for Helen and what a great wife she was. I'm sure he was right and I know she will be missed by her son Paul and his family as well as all of us that didn't have a chance to get better acquainted.

  3. Hilda, Beulah, and Bess, We are so sorry to hear about Helen. Was this an unexpected thing? We were not aware that she was ill. We will miss seeing her at the Country Club. May God help you through this trying time.

  4. Hilda and family- my deepest condolences go out to you during this loss. During my time working at SF Country Club, seeing Helen was always a bright spot in my day. I know she will be missed by many people…she was one of a kind!

  5. Helen will be greatly missed. I worked with her at the court house from 1983 to 1988. I can still hear her laugh. Best wishes to her family and my thoughts and prayers are with you.

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