Wilson, Helen
March 29, 2018

July 28,1942 – March 29, 2018

Helen passed away at the age of 76, on Thursday, March 29, 2018 at the Lakeshore Hospital, with her son Frankie Pedicelli and her brother John Wilson by her side.

Helen shared her life with many, always putting everyone before herself.  She led a life that involved caring for others. She was a true angel and will be dearly missed.

Her life will be celebrated on Saturday, April 7, 2018 at 12 noon at the Centre Evangelique des Nations, located at 10402 Gouin Blvd, Pierrefonds, QC H8Y 1W4. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Voluntas (514-695-7979, voluntas.ca).

Funeral service

Centre Evangelique des Nations

10402 Gouin Blvd, Pierrefonds, QC H8Y 1W4

Saturday April 7, 2018 at 12 noon

8 responses

  1. Mark and Beth Wilson

    April 1, 2018 at 7:11 pm

    My aunt she tought me how to cook she put me streight when i was wrong .She took care of my dad so he could end up being my dad . she was beautiful strong and she taught us how to respect and be respected . you will always be in our hearts and whenever i make spareribs and pasta it will be how you showed me . we love you

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    • Frank Pedicelli

      April 1, 2018 at 9:02 pm

      Thanks Mark & Beth , your kind words and memories just brought a smile to my face, I needed that. I am glad to hear she touched your hearts as well as your stomach.

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      • Stephane Laramee

        April 4, 2018 at 1:52 am

        Mes sympathies Frank

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  2. Johanne Wilson

    April 2, 2018 at 5:59 pm

    Auntie Helen, you were always good to me. I remember when we lived on Girouard, and I used to walk down to your house, you always had some treat to give to everyone. I always enjoyed visiting you wherever you lived, because we always had good conversations. You will be very much missed, along with our talks. You always listened to me, no matter what was going on in my life and a hug to go with it. When I asked you to come to my wedding, you were worried what people would say, but I remember telling you that it didn’t matter, cause you were family and I wanted you there just as much as everyone else who was invited. You looked beautiful and so happy. I’m glad I got a nice picture of us together and that you told me that you were so happy for me.

    Love always,
    Johanne, Don and family xxxxx

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  3. Nancy Mignacca

    April 5, 2018 at 1:35 pm

    My condolences on the passing of Auntie Helen…I would like to share with all – I have fond memories of her as a child growing up, the first thing that comes to mind was when I entered first grade and how she took me to my first glade class at school and I asked her to ensure she also pick me up after school, as I did not want any of my classmates to know that I was motherless, I was extremely embarrassed about that, I asked her to pretend to be my Mother and she did…I well up with tears when I think of that 6 year old child with her Aunt filling in as her Mother, and Frankie you were just a baby in a carriage by her side on that day…I will always be thankful to her for filling in that day – was a special moment in time and a difficult moment, as well. Then we had so many parties on The Pedicelli side of the family, Auntie Helen was always there to grab us on to the dance floor or in the Pedicelli living room on Barclay Street, to do her famous 2 handed jitterbug, she’d have me on 1 hand and my other sister Johanne on the other hand or whoever was closest to the dance floor, she’d grab ’em and off we went to dance! She was a huge fan of PEPSI, if my memory serves me right, I always remember her with a BIG bottle of PEPSI by her side…Scottie, as my Dad would call her, and my Dad, were the OUTLAWS…She made me laugh so much at my Aunt Susan and Uncle Vincent’s 50th Wedding Anniversary back in Sept 2010, when we all sat at the same table and she said to Daddy, we are the OUTLAWS…and yes, that was our final jitterbug with her, as sick as she was, and outta breath, she managed to grab me and my sister Johanne for our last jitterbug dance with her and what a great dancer she was…and Auntie Helen was just so great with hair too(dyed many a friends hair), including her own, there was never a hair outta place on her head, it was just amazing…I will miss your occasional visit at Mohawk Bingo, it was always nice seeing you there…she loved her Bingo so much but never won…but we always had a good time and shared a few laughs and smiles…May you Rest In Peace our Scottie and May God Bless You and your soul…my sympathies to you, Frankie, may treasured memories of your Mom carry you through this most difficult time. Your Guardian Angel is now at peace and no longer suffering and watching over your from above.
    You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

    Much love,
    Nancy xo

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  4. Nancy Mignacca

    April 5, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    My condolences on the passing of Auntie Helen…I would like to share with all – I have fond memories of her as a child growing up, the first thing that comes to mind was when I entered first grade and how she took me to my first glade class at school and I asked her to ensure she also pick me up after school, as I did not want any of my classmates to know that I was motherless, I was extremely embarrassed about that, I asked her to pretend to be my Mother and she did…I well up with tears when I think of that 6 year old child with her Aunt filling in as her Mother, and Frankie you were just a baby in a carriage by her side on that day…I will always be thankful to her for filling in that day – was a special moment in time and a difficult moment, as well. Then we had so many parties on The Pedicelli side of the family, Auntie Helen was always there to grab us on to the dance floor or in the Pedicelli living room on Barclay Street, to do her famous 2 handed jitterbug, she’d have me on 1 hand and my other sister Johanne on the other hand or whoever was closest to the dance floor, she’d grab ’em and off we went to dance! She was a huge fan of PEPSI, if my memory serves me right, I always remember her with a BIG bottle of PEPSI by her side…Scottie, as my Dad would call her, and my Dad, were the OUTLAWS…She made me laugh so much at my Aunt Susan and Uncle Vincent’s 50th Wedding Anniversary back in Sept 2010, when we all sat at the same table and she said to Daddy, we are the OUTLAWS…and yes, that was our final jitterbug with her, as sick as she was, and outta breath, she managed to grab me and my sister Johanne for our last jitterbug dance with her and what a great dancer she was…and Auntie Helen was just so great with hair too(dyed many a friends hair), including her own, there was never a hair outta place on her head, it was just amazing…I will miss your occasional visit at Mohawk Bingo, it was always nice seeing you there…she loved her Bingo so much but never won…but we always had a good time and shared a few laughs and smiles…May you Rest In Peace our Scottie and May God Bless You and your soul…my sympathies to you, Frankie, may treasured memories of your Mom carry you through this most difficult time. Your Guardian Angel is now at peace and no longer suffering and watching over your from above.
    You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

    Much love,
    Nancy xo

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  5. Sharon

    April 5, 2018 at 7:25 pm

    My sincere condolences to Helen’s family. I got to know Helen through our TOPS group which met in her building. Helen was a lovely lady who had a kind soul. May she watch over her loved ones from heaven.

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  6. Linda

    April 17, 2018 at 5:35 pm

    Frank I am so sorry for your loss

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