Helen Elizabeth Libby Obituary – Funeral News

Helen Elizabeth Libby Obituary– In a heartbreaking turn of events, we mourn the tragic passing of our beloved Helen Elizabeth Libby, a soul taken from us too soon. As we navigate the storm of grief, the light that warms our hearts is the knowledge that she is now reunited with those who preceded her – great-grandparents, friends, and cherished pets from her childhood to the most recent.

Helen was a beacon of courage, strength, and, above all, love. Her compassion extended not only to people but to every creature in need. A testament to her kind and caring nature is an incident this year when she encountered a deer injured by a car. Without hesitation, she pulled over, cradled the wounded animal in her arms, and provided comfort until help arrived. This selflessness defined Helen – a person who would go to great lengths for both animals and those in need.

As a mother to four beautiful children, Helen dedicated herself to instilling values of care, respect, and kindness. She cherished moments spent with her children, imparting lessons about nature and life through activities like nature walks, planting flowers, beach outings, and collecting treasures from the ocean. Helen’s memory lives on through her beloved children – Audrey Rose (7), Amelia Iris (5), Alistair Cedar (2), and Alden Birch (1).

Helen achieved a remarkable milestone as the first in her immediate family to graduate from college while working full time and raising her two daughters. Armed with a degree in Early Childhood Education and certifications as a Behavioral Health Professional and foster family support worker, she made significant contributions to Woodfords Family Services and, more recently, Creative Explorations in Windham. Helen’s dedication led to her promotion to director, a testament to her commitment to caring for children and fostering a supportive environment.

In her childhood, Helen became a big sister to her brother Jared, and together, they explored the wonders of the woods, climbed trees, and enjoyed days at Dundee Park. Her love for sports shone through her involvement in little league baseball, soccer, basketball, and softball, creating cherished memories with friends.

Helen’s impact extended to her professional life, where she surrounded herself with like-minded individuals at Woodfords and Creative Explorations. Her passion for the Bruins and shared sports experiences with childhood friends created lasting bonds.

Helen brought immeasurable joy into our lives, leaving us eternally grateful for the beautiful memories she created. To our daughter, sister, and angel, Helen Elizabeth Libby, we hold your memory dear and keep your spirit alive through the love you bestowed upon us and the kindness you shared with the world.

Keeping her memory alive are her mother, Dianne Baggs; father, Ronald Libby; brother, Jared Libby; grandparents, John and Priscilla Baggs, and Connie and Norman Wing; aunts and uncles, including Joseph and Deborah Baggs, John Baggs, Jr., Sherri Libby, Scott Libby; cousins, such as Evan Baggs and Brittney Libby; and cherished friends like Laurie Carlson, Ben, Laura, Jesse, Bryce, Jake, Russell, Mary Quinn, and Robert Quinn, the father of her children.

In honoring Helen’s spirit, let us perpetuate her legacy through acts of kindness, expressions of gratitude, and smiles shared with others. As we care for the planet and its creatures, let Helen’s compassionate spirit inspire random acts of kindness and warmth to those in need.

Relatives and friends are welcome to a memorial visitation on Saturday, January 6, from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM at the Windham Chapel of Dolby, Blais & Segee, located at 434 River Road, Windham.