Helmut P. Werner

Born: 10/27/1948 Passed:

Helmut P. Werner, age 70 joined his beloved wife, Helga U. Werner in Heaven on December 31, 2018.

Helmut was born on October 27, 1948 to the late Philipp Werner and Magdalena (Seil) Werner.

He was the loving father of Heidi Jacko (Jeffrey) and Josef Werner (Candice); proud grandfather of Anthony, Ava, Cambria and Devin; beloved brother of Trudy Bebenroth (Ken).  Helmut cherished his family and grandkids and found so much joy in spending as much time as he could with them.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, January 12th at 3:30 PM at Strongsville United Methodist Church 13500 Royalton Road, Strongsville OH 44136.


3 Tributes to Helmut P. Werner

  1. Elfriede McGregor says:

    My late sister Anneliese and I were first cousins to Helmut. His mother Magdalena was the sister of our late father Jack Seil (Elisabeth). I remember Helmut as a very generous, thoughtful man and dedicated father. I remember his driving to Toronto with the family from Cleveland for my wedding shower and then subsequently attending my wedding. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this difficult time.

    Elfriede, Ian and Geoff McGregor

  2. Ed Peters says:

    I worked with Helmut for 15 years at Unibus. He was a great coworker and had a terrific sense of humor. He truly loved his family. My condolences to Heidi and Josef and their families. Now Helga and Helmut are again dancing arm in arm.

  3. Cathy and Dan Kortyka says:

    Helmut and Helga became friends in our children’s Montessori days in the ’80s and shared in our German heritage. Though we lived less than 3 miles apart, we lost contact as the children attended different schools and only reconnected in the last few years. Of all the times I have fond memories of both of them, Helga’s unending joy for life and uplifting attitude, her enthusiasm for her Montessori children and career. In 2017 Helga made a point of donating some of her teaching materials to a Montessori program and Helm was instrumental in providing the muscle to move these items. So appreciated by the upstart Montessori program that was at the receiving end. I miss both Helga and Helm as they were delightful, funny and kind, and a pleasure to associate with. We shared a deep love for our grandchildren and would chat about their little lives. Rest in peace.

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