MIchael A. Helsley

Michael A. Helsley, 73 of Toms Brook passed away Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at Winchester Medical Center. A Memorial Service will be held Friday, April 1, 2016 at 2:00 P.M. at Toms Brook United Methodist Church.  Rev. Dr. Stan Thompson will officiate.

Michael was born December 19, 1942 in Winchester. He was the son of the late Harry and Peggy Ritter Helsley. He was a member of the Toms Brook United Methodist Church.

He is survived by his wife, Carolyn Stinson Helsley; a daughter, Denise Herald and husband Chuck; 2 sisters, Margaret Clem and Ginny Kirby; 2 brothers, Robert and Harry Helsley; a granddaughter, Misty Pittington and husband Derrick and 2 great grandchildren, Ava and Cory Pittington.

Friends can call at the home anytime.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to the family for the burial fund at 3208 S. Main St. Toms Brook, Virginia 22660.

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7 Condolences to MIchael A. Helsley

  1. Teresa Musick says:

    So sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. God bless. Ed and Teresa Musick Lebanon va

  2. Diane Taylor says:

    I know he will be missed and that he was loved.

  3. Janet Smith says:

    I always looked forward to coming in for inventory day at Handy Mart to se Mike’s smiling face. My sincere condolences to Carolyn and family. May God comfort you in this difficult time.

  4. Dale and Carol Fogle and Alfred "Sonny" Guard says:

    Mike was a one of a kind person. Once he met you, he considered you a friend for life. We all are better for knowing him and he will be greatly missed until we meet again. Many prayers for comfort for Carolyn, Harry and the rest of the family. Much love to all of you!

  5. Roger & Teresa Sherman says:

    Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your family member.

  6. Deb Mace says:

    What a blessing it is to have known Mike. I always looked forward to seeing his big smile and friendly greeting as I got my morning coffee at the HandyMart. I have had the privilege of getting to know Mike and Carolyn and have witnessed their devotion to each other and love for their family.. My thoughts and prayers are with Carolyn and her family .

  7. Anonymous says:

    Words cannot describe the kindness that this man radiated. He would give his own last bit of water, if it meant it would help someone else! He was the most selfless man in existence. I’ll always be “Grandads Girl”