Helen Marie

Helen Marie Bourn 1923 2018

Obituary for Helen Bourn Helen Marie Hunn was born in Kansas City, Kansas to William and Margaret Hunn on January 6, 1923. She was preceded in death by her parents, two siblings, Bob Hunn and Christina Hunn. Helen graduated from Wandotte High School in Kansas City, Kansas. Helen married Dwight Miller on August 1, 1941. The union was blessed with one daughter, Marcia. Helen and Dwight were divorced in July 21, 1965. She remained single until her marriage to John E. Bourn Sr. on September 1, 1966. John preceded her in death on August 26, 1994. Helen then moved to Colorado to be near her daughter, granddaughter and great granddaughters. Surviving members of her family include daughter, Marcia Miller Houser, Highlands Ranch, Colorado; granddaugher, Christi Gargotto Brown, Parker, Colorado; great granddaughters, Krystal Harrelson and Taylor Harrelson, Parker, Colorado; Niece, Deanna Hunn Leake, Cleveland, Missouri; step-daughter, Linda Bourn Younghanz, Kansas City, Missouri and step-son, John E. Bourn Jr., Talco, Texas. Helen will be laid to rest at Chapel Hills Memorial Gardens, Kansas City, Kansas. Order Flowers We’re sorry but the candle you have selected is currenty in the process of being purchased or has just recently been purchased. Please feel free to select another candle or check back in 15 minutes to see if the candle you have selected has been released for purchase. Thank you. Okay We’re sorry but there are no candles available for lighting. Thank you. Ok You have already begun a candle purchase session. If you would like to continue with your current candle choice please click “Continue” otherwise please click “Select Another”. Thank you. Select another Continue In Memory of Helen Marie Bourn 1923 – 2018 Menu Click here to Send Flowers Plant a Tree In Memory of Your Loved One Click Here Family Log-In Click Here Subscribe to Updates Click Here Obituary for Helen Bourn Helen Marie Hunn was born in Kansas City, Kansas to William and Margaret Hunn on January 6, 1923. She was preceded in death by her parents, two siblings, Bob Hunn and Christina Hunn. Helen graduated from Wandotte High School in Kansas City, Kansas. Helen married Dwight Miller on August 1, 1941. The union was blessed with one daughter, Marcia. Helen and Dwight were divorced in July 21, 1965. She remained single until her marriage to John E. Bourn Sr. on September 1, 1966. John preceded her in death on August 26, 1994. Helen then moved to Colorado to be near her daughter, granddaughter and great granddaughters. Surviving members of her family include daughter, Marcia Miller Houser, Highlands Ranch, Colorado; granddaugher, Christi Gargotto Brown, Parker, Colorado; great granddaughters, Krystal Harrelson and Taylor Harrelson, Parker, Colorado; Niece, Deanna Hunn Leake, Cleveland, Missouri; step-daughter, Linda Bourn Younghanz, Kansas City, Missouri and step-son, John E. Bourn Jr., Talco, Texas. Helen will be laid to rest at Chapel Hills Memorial Gardens, Kansas City, Kansas. Order Flowers Printable Share on Facebook Memorial Tribute Website Proudly Provided by: Rundus Funeral Home 1998 W. 10th Ave Broomfield, Colorado, United States Phone: 303-460-1414 Map | Directions | Contact Us

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