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Helen (nee Fullawka) Brons

July 18, 1920 ~ October 18, 2017 (age 97)

The death of Mrs. Helen Brons (nee Fullawka), 97 years, of St. Mary’s Villa, Humboldt occurred on Wednesday, October 18, 2017.  Helen was born on July 18, 1920 at Tiny, SK to Tom and Angela (nee Sliwa) Fullawka.  She grew up on the farm and attended the local country school to Grade 8.  Helen stayed at home to help her parents with the farm work as well as domestic duties.   She married Edmund Bigoraj and they were blessed with three children.  Sadly, he passed away in 1950 and she was left with three young children to raise.  On September 12, 1951, she married August Brons.  They were blessed with three more children and together they raised their family of six on the farm near Lake Lenore.  They enjoyed their life on the farm and visiting with neighbours, playing cards and dancing.  Helen always grew a large garden and enjoyed the canning, preserving and cooking that went along with that.  She loved watching the soaps, especially “The Edge of Night”, which she would stop everything for.  In 1983, August and Helen moved to Humboldt.  She enjoyed bowling and won several trophies and awards over the years.  Helen also loved going to Bingo each week and the visiting that went with the game.  She was a member of the CWL for many years and volunteered as an usher at church, which she took great pride in.  Together, they made many trips to the USA to visit family and made a few trips to Germany.  Following August’s death in October 2011, Helen remained living on her own until the spring of 2016 when she moved to Bethany and then in July 2016 to St. Mary’s Villa, which has been her home until the present.  Helen will be lovingly remembered by her five children, 17 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren and 1  great great granddaughter:  LEONA’s family Kurt (Pam) Muggli of Pinehurst, NC and children Brandon and Alexis and Sean (Heather) Muggli of Grand Island, NY and children Tyler, Colby and Jake; IRENE Treece (Clifford Johndrow) of Chandler, AZ and family Derek Piasecki (Patrick Miller) of St. Louis, MO and Darryl (Gail) Piasecki of St. Louis, MO and daughter Anna; RON (Adele) Brons of Saskatoon and family Greg (Tanya) Brons of Saskatoon and children Carissa (Austin) and their daughter Indya of Calgary, Maris, Easton and  Reese of Saskatoon, Renee  Brons, Tara (Curtis) Earl and children Natalie, Allie and Edward, Jill (Allan) Deacon and children Riley and Ana, all of Saskatoon; AUDREY (Owen) Hopfner of Humboldt and family Chantelle Pinder (Ross Robinson) of Calgary, AB and son Rhys and Nolan (Glenda) Hopfner of Calgary and children Sydney and Nate;  MYRNA Brons (Kevin Brockman) of Humboldt and family Raelene (Derek) Rude of Muenster and family Dallen, Jarret and Annika, Kristina (Corey) Simonson of Saskatoon and children Tyson and Toby, and  Shannon (Colin) Mack of Meota and children Carter and Ryden; and LYLE (Carol) Brons of Lake Lenore and family Janelle (Dee) Glessman of Martensville, Dustin Brons (Katelyn Maurer) of Hanley, Dayna Brons (Brenden Prokopchuk) of Lake Lenore, and Eric Brons of Saskatoon; one sister Albina Wolsfeld of Saskatoon; and numerous nieces and nephews.  She was predeceased by her first husband Edmund Bigoraj, second husband August Brons, daughter and son-in-law Leona (Allan) Muggli; and six brothers and five sisters.  The Funeral Mass was held on Saturday, October 21, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church, Humboldt celebrated by Fr. Demetrius Wasylyniuk, OSB.  Interment followed in St. Augustine Parish Cemetery.  Memorial Donations in Helen’s memory may be made to St. Mary’s Villa Foundation or St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church. 

Charitable donations may be made to:

St. Mary's Villa Foundation
Box 1743, Humboldt SK S0K 2A0
Tel: 1-306-682-6542

St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church
809 10th Street, Humboldt SK S0K 2A0
Tel: 1-306-682-2016

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