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Helen Walker

December 14, 1952 - December 4, 2020

Helen Walker, age 67, of New Castle, DE, passed away on Friday, December 4, 2020.

Born on December 14, 1952 in Pedricktown, NJ, she was a daughter of the late Gaetano and Virginia (Ramey) Puglisi. Helen graduated from Woodstown High School in 1971. She worked for nearly two decades as a Disputes Analyst for Discover Card, then dedicated four years of service to Delaware River & Bay Authority’s customer service division. Helen was an upstanding member of the Tupperware sales team, and proud Meals on Wheels volunteer. She enjoyed spending her summers at Rehoboth Beach, dancing, and singing. Helen was an awesome baker and cook, her most prized dishes being her lasagna and jambalaya. When she wasn’t watching soap operas, she spent time with her adoring grandkids. Helen will be remembered as a caring individual who made a lasting impression on everyone she met. Most importantly, she will be remembered for her fighting spirit as she bravely battled cancer these last years.

In addition to her parents, Helen is preceded in death by her brother, Sam Puglisi. She is survived by her loving husband of 38 years, Lawrence Walker; son, Lawrence Walker II (Meghan); grandchildren, Lincoln Shane Walker and Wyatt Lawrence Walker; siblings, Rosemary Henson (Ed), Josie DeVries, Gloria Puglisi, Tommy Puglisi, Fred Puglisi (Tina), George Puglisi, and Joey Puglisi.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, all services will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Helen’s memory to Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance, P.O. Box 32141, New York, NY 10087-2141.

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  • We are so sad that our sister Helen was taken so young 😥 we will keep her memories in our hearts and pray for Larry Jr & Larry Sr and family to get through these days. We love you all, God has an Angel in Heaven. ❤️❤️❤️

  • I’m so blessed to have meant you, Hellen no more pain no more suffering you always be in my heart

  • So sorry for your loss! Helen was a very special lady!

  • I grew up with Helen on farm took her to her broom dance she was hard working person and care person going to miss her big smile but she is with Jesus now be praying for family

  • I will miss my sister Helen more than I can say 😪. She is and always has been such Beautiful Person with a Beautiful Soul. I know Helen was accepted into heaven as a Beautiful Angel for our Lord.
    Helen fought with everything she had to stay here with all of us esp., her beloved husband: Larry, her loving son: Larry II, and his beautiful wife: Meghan and her pride and joy’s (her grandchildren), Wyatt and Lincoln.
    But, our dear Lord needed her and called her back home. I Love you Helen and will keep our memories close to my heart until we meet again. 🙏💔

  • Condolences to Helen’s family… I worked with Helen at Columbia Records many yrs ago ,RIP Helen❤️

  • Will miss you Helen♥️

  • So sorry to hear of Helen’ s passing will miss her dearly but she is pain free now ❤️ Her very much. Please pray for Larry Sr. & Larry Jr. and his Family though this difficult time may God watch over them & keep them safe. 😢😢🙏🙏

  • God bless you as a heart as beautiful as yours can never be forgotten. Your personality, smile and sweet mannerisms shall forever be remembered by me…I love you ..Love Evelyn… Until we meet in heaven

  • Our sincere condolences to Larry and his son and family. All of my memories of Helen will be cherished and held close to my heart. She was my dearest friend who was always thoughtful, thankful, gracious, pleasant, and above all sincere. Helen was beautiful inside and out. God needed another angel and Helen answered the call. Now I pray that God blesses her family with peace and comfort.