Helen V. Ayers

July 8, 1920 - August 6, 2016
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Conowingo, MD 21918
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Conowingo Baptist Church
151 Rock Springs Road
Conowingo, MD 21918
Saturday 8/13, 11:00 am
Conowingo Baptist Church Cemetery
151 Rock Springs Road
Conowingo, MD 21918
Saturday 8/13, 12:00 pm

Helen Virginia Ayers, 96, passed away peacefully Saturday, August 6, 2016 at her daughter’s home in St Pete Beach, Florida. Born July 8, 1920 in Floyd County, Virginia, Helen was the daughter of the late Elias E. Duncan and Dorothy (Sumner) Duncan. Helen was proceeded in death by her husband E. Wilson Ayers in 1997,Continue Reading

Hope Ayers left a message on August 12, 2016:
A true matriarch of our family who will be greatly missed. I have many wonderful memories of Aunt Helen that I will cherish forever. What I remember most is that she was always there with love and good times and bad. She fed us for days after my dad passed away. And she was such a wonderful friend to both of my grandmothers. Heaven sure gained a beautiful angel. My love & prayers are with all of you.
June Worth left a message on August 12, 2016:
I will miss Aunt Helen. What a beautiful woman, inside and outside. There are certain individuals that touch our lives and we never forget. Aunt Helen was that kind of person. She loved her family and all children. She was an excellent cook. She was a great friend to so many. I will always remember my visits to the Ayers' farm on Montgomery Road. I will never forget Aunt Helen's voice waking all my cousins and me up in the morning during the summer vacations to clean the house or do other chores. My memories are so special. I know you are an angel in heaven. You will be missed.
Linda Brown left a message on August 11, 2016:
How fortunate all of you were to have Helen in your lives for so many years. I hope you all can reminisce and recall all of those special moments where her life had a meaningful impact on your life. The older I get the more I realize just how important it is to share our time with those we love. Helen was blessed and may the blessings continue with those she leaves behind.
Patti McDaniel left a message on August 11, 2016:
Loved the Ayers family growing up on Montgomery Road. Great friend with all the children and remember eating the big mid day lunch that Mrs. Ayers fixed. And also listening to the 45's and dancing with the girls after the lunches. And the old sisters always babysat me and my brother Mick. So sorry for your loss and my thoughts are with your family. Patti McDaniel, North East, MD
Bill Shephard left a message on August 10, 2016:
A beautiful life for a wonderful lady. I know the Rising Sun area was a better place when Mr. & Mrs. Ayers lived in it and shared there home and farm with my family and countless others. Mrs. Ayers was a sweet lady that touched many lives and will be missed by everyone that had the true blessing of knowing her. Mrs. Ayres I leave one last thank you.
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Sharon Black left a message on August 10, 2016:
I only got to know Ms Helen the last few years while visiting with Wanda but found her to be a sweet lady who always smiled and laughed! You took great care of her Wanda and I saw how much she enjoyed sitting on your patio looking out over the water and reading her books!
Janet Skinner left a message on August 10, 2016:
Im so saddened to hear about your Mother's passing.I was lucky to have been her neighbor on Montgomery Rd. We provided much assistance to each other.Im sure we both learned from each other. She was truly a " One of a kind" women. My children loved her as well.She will continue to uplift ALL those she had touched in her life..
Marlene Stuart Townsend left a message on August 9, 2016:
Wanda, I was saddened to learn of the passing of your sweet mom. I always loved visiting the farm when mom would come over to see your mom. I can still hear her infectious laugh! Again, my sympathy to you and the entire Ayers family.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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