We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Gaydos Funeral Home
Helen Frances Hickle, passed away peacefully on August 1st, 2022 at the age of 89, at her home surrounded by her loving family in Vanceburg, Kentucky after a brief illness. Helen was a member of the Vanceburg Christian Church.
She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on May 18th, 1933, daughter of the late Boone Dummitt and Irene Silvey Dummitt. She was proceeded in death by her loving husband, Russell Eugene Hickle, and Brother, Herbert Dummitt, and Brother, Timothy Dummitt. She is survived by her Sister-In-Law, Candy Scott Dummitt and Sister-In-Law, Judy Reis Hickle. She is survived by her daughter, Eugena Hickle O’Cull (Husband, John O’Cull) Son, Charles Hickle (Wife, Patti), and daughter, Jamie Hickle.
Helen graduated from Lewis County High School and became a wonderful homemaker. Helen’s life was about family, faith and unconditional kindness to others she welcomed in her home for great food and fellowship. She will be greatly missed for her sense of humor and concern for others. Helen was a dedicated Christian who participated in church and welcoming everyone to her dinner table for a tasty bite of tavern ham and many, many other great meals. She enjoyed sewing, watching the garden grow and spending time with her special friends in Kentucky and Florida. She also spent her retirement years in Florida with her loving husband Eugene enjoying the sunshine, beaches, and friends in Southwest Florida. Helen dedicated her time and love to her seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
The private memorial visitation will be held at the Gaydos Funeral Home, 159 2nd Street, Vanceburg, KY on Saturday, August 6th, 2022 at 10:00 AM. The private family member funeral service starts at 11:00 AM at Gaydos Funeral Home, Gravesite service will be held at the Lewis County Memory Gardens in Black Oak, Kentucky.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Helen Frances Hickle to the Alzheimer’s Institute or the Vanceburg Christian Church. Our family is especially thankful for the Hospice of Hope of Maysville, Kentucky.