Helen Penelope Dreyer (25 Aug 1965 - 17 Apr 2020)

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HelenHeart Of Kent Hospice

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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.

Michelle sheehan donated in memory of Helen

Still missing your loveliness

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Tony Habgood wrote

Dear Helen was and still is a special part of Meg and my life in our discovery of life with Christ. Together our families with the Kruger family was a voyage of discovering life in the "Kingdom of God". We all had great fun times together. Helen's smiles and warm hospitality was so genuine and we will miss her terribly. Our hearts go out to Tienie, Marius and Neil. We know that we will see see Helen again. Lots of love Meg and Tony Habgood.

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Sarah and Richard Heaton donated in memory of Helen

Dear Helen
You have been a true friend and you will be sorely missed. When I think of you, I think of your amazing courage and strength you showed the whole way through your Myeloma. I think of happy times shared together, and our shared love of so many things, but of course including gardening, baking, rugby and tennis. Wherever you were, laughter was never far away, but your kindness and caring for others was also amongst the qualities I also came to associate with you.
Helen, I am so going to miss you.
Sarah xxx

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John Jackson donated in memory of Helen

In loving memory of Helen who brought joy to all who came into contact with her. You are sadly missed but will remain in our hearts forever.
God Bless you Helen.
Kathleen and John Jackson

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Robert Pascal donated £250 in memory of Helen

With deepest sympathy. From all at Clock House Farm

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Amanda Kruger donated in memory of Helen

Dearest Aunty Helen, you may have not been blood but you have been such a beautiful influence and Aunty to us. The memories we have of you sitting around your kitchen table in Richards Bqy, baking your famous chocolate cake, rusks or having us over for supper. Your home like your heart was always open and warm filled with love and the sound of your laughter made it a happy and second home to us. Everything you stood for was so evident in the way you lived,loved and cared for those around you. We will miss you dearly and we will continue to remember you and carry what you taught us with us through our journey here. Rest Sweetly xoxo Kaylee&Amanda

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Marta Ciausu wrote

Dear Helen. No words can describe how sorry I am for your loss. You will always be in my heart!

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Mark Kruger wrote

Goodbye Helen for now. You were always so vibrant and full of life. Your infectious personality and laugh made people want to be around you. You were an inspiration to many for your love towards Tienie, your young men, Ashton and family. Often we would see your unconditional love rising above your challenges and this is testament to Christ living in you. We only have fond happy memories of our wonderful and great friendships, the camping in Sedgefield, Ballito, the many braais and conversations around life and alignment of our faith to our challenges, and so much more. Your chocolate cake is a mystery even if we have your recipe .... Thank you for your genuine consistent friendship and love you gave Jennie, Kaylee, Amanda and myself. Thanks for being our Amanda's UK mum and for everything you did and welcomed her into your home as your own. Tienie, Marius & Ashton and Neil, our deep condolences to you all. We love you and are praying for you all. May our Lord's hand of mercy, grace and peace be upon you during this time of weeping for your beloved wife and mom. Until we meet again, love Mark, Jennie, Kaylee & family and Amanda

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Jennie Kruger wrote

My precious sister friend.
I will love you & miss you forever!
I will cherish forever the 5 weeks we shared last year. I will miss your infectious laughter, I used to love making you laugh till you cried. We always could talk about everything & anything.
We had our farewell chats, laughs & tears while I was there & I feel so privileged to have had that treasured time with you.
You had a love & joy for life & an uplifting & optimistic & very brave spirit.
Goodbye for now my beloved friend, till we meet again dancing & singing before the Lord in Heaven. Love Jennie Xxx

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Tienie Dreyer donated in memory of Helen

My vrou (My wife)
Helen I do not have the words to put down what is in my heart down.
During the last 4 years we had bad times and we had good times, but at the end of the day you always stayed strong and never gave up fighting.
Your favorite scripture describes you the best.
Proverbs 3:5 "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding"

I love you and will always carry you in my heart.
Till we meet again one day in glory.

Your loving Husband

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Paul & Rachel Osborne donated in memory of Helen

Helen, you were strong and inspirational with a passion for life and for Christ. Much loved and never forgotten. Not gone, just moved on to your new address - the glorious Kingdom of Heaven, where we will one day see you again.

Tienie, we send you and the family our heartfelt condolences. We will never forget your love and support for us as a family throughout Paul's recent ill health and in the midst of your own difficulties. You are all in our prayers every day. God bless you.

With love from Paul, Rachel, Steven, Daniel and April xx

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Alexandra Maxim donated in memory of Helen

I 'm glad for meet a wonderful person,i will miss her a lot.

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To dear Tienie with much love from Rachel and Michael Pearson
Helen you are now free of all pain and are with your Saviour and Lord. We will meet again one glorious day.

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Barry Osborne wrote

Helen u will be greatly missed always helping others and always a smile on your face u are a inspiration to us all it has been so nice to have had the privilege of knowing u over the last few years we will never forget u and our thoughts are witb u tinnier and your sons

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Bess Smith wrote

You were a ray of sunshine to so many people Helen. I am so grateful to have known you. RIP my friend. Wally and I send our heartfelt condolences to you Tienie and your family. May you draw on the Lord's strength over this time.

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Debbie Jacobs wrote

Tienie, Marius and Niel our heartfelt condolences to you all on the loss of a very special person Helen. She was always such an inspiration to me and am always grateful for her love support and christian wisdom whenever I needed it while she was still here in Richards Bay. Lots of love to you all during this tough time. Johan and Debbie

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Diane & Bernie Jobe donated in memory of Helen

Dearest Helen You will be greatly missed and we will always remember you for your wonderful personality and smiling face, you will never be forgotten.

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