Helen E. Bonebreak
December 10, 1928  -  December 26, 2017

Helen E. Bonebreak


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Blessed Trinity Catholic Church
4545 Anderson Rd.
Orlando, FL  32812
Friday, January 12, 2018
10:00 - 11:00am
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Memorial Mass
Blessed Trinity Catholic Church
4545 Anderson Rd.
Orlando, FL  32812
Friday, January 12, 2018
11:00am
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Bonebreak, Helen E. "Sue”, 89 of Orlando, Florida joined her beloved Dick with the Lord on December 26, 2017. Sue was born in Frostburg Maryland on December 10, 1928. She was the middle child born to William and Nora Eberly and is the last surviving member of her family. Brother, William Eberly and sister, Margaret Seib predeceased her in life. She grew up in the Frostburg area where she met her husband to be, Dick, at a local dance. They moved to Orlando for Dick's employment at Martin Marietta and married on August 8, 1957 at St. James Catholic church in Orlando, Fl. She joined the Bell South Company where she worked and then retired after 45 years of dedication to the now AT&T Company. She was a member of the Pioneer Club. (Retirees of Bell South) She was a vibrant and gorgeous lady that continued a second career working part-time at the Stein Mart "Boutique" for another 10 years. Her love for life and people made her known by many in her community. Sue and Dick could be seen at their favorite restaurant “Shannon’s” with many of their friends from Bell South and Martin Marietta. The couple also loved dancing which brought them to many dances at the Elks’ Lodge. Another favorite past time was to bowl with friends at Colonial Lanes in Orlando. When her beloved husband of 56 years passed in 2013 that left her heartbroken. However, her belief in God helped her to continue her active life as a church member at Blessed Trinity and staying involved with her family and friends. Everyone knew this lovely, tall, exquisitely dressed lady with the dark brown hair to be very friendly to everyone. She never met a STRANGER! Her nieces, nephews and friends will always have fond memories of this vivacious and beautiful woman. A visitation will take place on Friday, January 12, 2018 from 10:00 -11:00 until time for the memorial mass at 11:00 at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, 4545 Anderson Rd., Orlando, Florida 32812. A Reception will follow in the Parish Hall. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Blessed Trinity Catholic Church. Please visit: www.careyhandcolonialfh.com to offer condolences. Arrangements entrusted to Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home. 407-898-2561

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  1. The Beefy King Family
    Orlando, FL

    We were privileged to meet Sue and Dick at our restaurant each week they came with a group after bowling at Skybowl!
    A Ture Lady with True Gentleman by her side, they always had time to chat and enjoy a laugh! Sue worked at Colonial SteinMart in the Boutique and i worked at Dr.Phillips store and we would compare our stores and merchandise. Sue was always dressed to the nines and made sure Dick was too! Roland and i ran into Sue recently with her Neice as they were going into the Dr.’s office she look alittle thin but beautiful!
    Will miss her greatly... Sandee and Roland Smith

  2. Maureen Madden
    Winter Springs, FL

    Sue will be missed by many who knew her. She was such a lovely lady with a beautiful heart. Now she is with the love of her life forever. May you rest in peace. M. Madden

  3. Maureen Madden
    Winter Springs, FL

    Sue will be missed by many who knew her. She was such a lovely lady with a beautiful heart. Now she is with the love of her life forever. May you rest in peace. M. Madden

  4. Carolyn N Allen
    Sanford, FL

    Sue,
    Was such a beautiful and sweet lady who was so special to me when I came to tellers from Sanford to Orlando. She welcomed me with such love and kindness and I will always remember her. Sue and Dick are together once again.

  5. Ruth Sullivan
    Winter Garden, FL

    I am so glad to haven known Sue. She was truly a gracious and lovely lady!

  6. dixie kelly
    orlando, FL

    SURE WILL MISS HER SMILING FACE _ never meet a stranger

  7. Jerry and Janet Locke
    Blue Ridge, GA

    We worked with Sue for many years and were neighbors until we moved to Ga. Sue was a classy lady. Dick and Sue, being the perfect couple, were our idols. She will be missed by those that knew her.

  8. Shannon Whitaker
    Orlando, FL

    Sue and Dick are back hand in hand once again. I know they are both happy now. I will miss Sue’s grace, sweetness, friendship and most of all her caring spirit. I was blessed to know her and count her as a friend. She never ended our canversations without saying I love you.

  9. Fran. Hudson Wyatt
    Winter Park, FL

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    I met Sue at 19 when we were both service representatives. Over the following 4 decades we worked together, lunched at the CNA restaurant across the street.... where Sue ate her 1 scoop of tuna & 1 saltine from the pkt of 2. And sipped her iced tea, always w a straw. And enjoyed other social times.
    She was glamorous, stylish, w lady- like mannerisms & an erect posture that NEVER slumped.
    I remember one Christmas my husband Jim & I visited w our 3 & 4 year olds, who spoted 2 candy-filled stockings decorating a table. Their eyes lit up & they asked who those belonged to since she had no children ? Without missing a beat, Sue picked them up & handed one to each child, saying. "These are yours."
    I'm planning to attend the memorial srv, b/c Sue & Dick were special.


  10. , FL

    Sweet friend of many years together at Bell South....she will be missed...libby holder

  11. Susan Barco
    Winter Park, FL

  12. Rosie Yarbrough
    Casselberry, FL

    Glad I got to know Sue, fellow Pioneer & friend......

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