Helen Lucille Rees, of Cadillac handed away Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at Sunnyside Senior Dwelling. She was 95.

She was born on December 8, 1925, in Cadillac, Michigan to James and Della (Oxendine) Planck. Helen was married to Albert W. Rees on June 21, 1947 in Cadillac, MI.

For a few years of Helen’s grownup life, she was house along with her three sons. Earlier than and in between being an excellent mother, she additionally labored at a neighborhood grocery retailer, on the Cadillac Chair Manufacturing unit, and at Cadillac Mildew and Rubber. Helen took nice pleasure in being a mom. She cherished her kids and grandchildren dearly and was all the time doing one thing for them. She was additionally an avid baker. In her spare time she loved gardening and all the time saved her yard spotless. She did a whole lot of touring in her lifetime, as properly. Helen took many journeys across the nation and abroad. She had fond reminiscences of touring along with her siblings to Turkey, Italy, France, Egypt, England, and lots of different locations all through Europe. Helen was additionally a life lengthy member of Temple Hill Baptist Church.

Helen is survived by her sons, Mark (Kathi) Rees of Cadillac, Paul (Martha) Rees of Cadillac, and Cary (Kelly) Rees of Cadillac; grandchildren, Shane Rees, Erin Rees, Alex Rees, Kelly Rees, and Kasey Rees; 13 great-grandchildren; and lots of different expensive family and friends members.

She was preceded in demise by her husband, Albert Rees; mother and father James and Della Planck; brothers, Orville Planck, James Planck, Matthew Planck, and Bernard Planck; sisters, Lena Martin, Ruth Dickson, Eva Kardos, and Mildred Fockler.

Funeral providers can be held at Temple Hill Baptist Church on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 11:00 am with Rev. Jack Miller officiating. Visitation can be held one hour prior. Interment will comply with on the Maple Hill Cemetery in Cadillac. Attributable to Covid-19 restrictions, in particular person attendance is proscribed to invitation, however stay streaming can be out there.

Memorial contributions in Helen’s honor could also be made to Temple Hill Baptist Church.

Condolences and reminiscences could also be shared with the household on-line at www.holdshipfuneralhomes.com

The household is being served by the Hitesman-Holdship Funeral Residence.