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Obituary: Helen Louise Bain of Whiting

On March 27, 2020. (nee Spalthoff) Age 84. Of Whiting and formerly of Browns Mills, Hamilton Square. Loving wife of 54 years to the late William John Bain, Jr.  Devoted mother of Barbara Bain of 6935634_fbsMorrisville, PA, Scott Bain of Trenton and Christine Bain of Morrisville, PA. Cherished grandmother of Tyler James Hunt and Lindsey Marie Hunt. Dear sister of Charles Spalthoff of South Carolina. Survived by devoted nieces, nephews and cousins.

Helen was born in Bronx, New York and moved to Hamilton Square where she resided before moving to Browns Mills. She worked as a school cafeteria worker in West Windsor in an elementary school. Helen was a devoted foster parent for 14 years. She taught Sunday School at Resurrection Lutheran Church in Hamilton Square. Helen loved playing Bingo and would win Afghans. She generously gave to the Children’s Fund Ministry at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Trenton where she was a longtime devoted member. Helen loved her dogs, crossword puzzles and reading. Most importantly, Helen loved God and her family.

Due to Governor Murphy’s executive order, Lutheran Service will be private for the immediate family at Colonial Memorial Park, Hamilton, NJ. Entombment will follow the service with her late husband. Memorial Service will be announced in the future.

Family requests memorial donations in Helen’s memory to Shriner’s Hospital for Children: 3551 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140   Attn: Development Office. Please write in memo: Helen Louise Bain

Condolences and Memories may be shared at under the obituary of Helen Louise Bain. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOMEGloucester City     Ph: 856-456-1142