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In loving memory of Mrs Helen Penelope Dreyer who sadly passed away at the Heart Of Kent Hospice on 17 April 2020 aged 54 years after a tiresome battle with cancer.
Helen was born in Harare, Zimbabwe, on 25 August 1965. Along with her father and mother, Ray and Brenda Tarr, as well as her brother, Aubrey, and sister, Cheryl, Helen moved to South Africa in 1981.
Helen is survived by her devoted husband, Tienie Dreyer, whom she married in 1983 and their adoring sons Marius and Neil on whom she doted.
In 2009, after raising their two sons in Richards Bay, Kwa-Zulu Natal surrounded by faithful friends, treasured family and sunny memories, Helen and Tienie immigrated to England.
Helen became an integral member of the Larkfield Community Church where her and Tienie have made beloved friends, who helped them through much of Helen’s struggle.
Helen took much joy in working in the Clock House Farm admin team and connecting with all her supportive peers and farm workers.
Helen loved to cook, bake and spend time in the garden; friends and family will fondly reminisce over the many hours of laughter and stories shared over her homely meals in the back garden.
Helen had a genuine presence that allowed everyone around her to blossom. She believed in and inspired every one around her. Helen was the sun and we the flowers, opening our hearts and blooming in her light.
Helen, a cherished wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend, is heart-brokenly missed and will live on in our hearts and be remembered in love for her courageous spirit, boundless heart and her infectious love of life and laughter.