Helen L. Weekly

September 2, 1929 - May 13, 2020

09/02/1929 - 05/13/2020

Helen L. Weekly, 90, of Barnesville, OH formerly of Bridgeport, OH died Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at Emerald Point Nursing Home, Barnesville, OH.

She was born September 2, 1929 in Clarksburg, WV a daughter of the late James and Martha O’Neil Rogers.

Helen was a homemaker and a Protestant by faith.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Hollis McFarland Weekly in 2013; brothers, James W. Rogers, Jack Rogers, Jerry Rogers; a sister, Carolyn Elder.

Surviving are two daughters, Diana (Gary) Simcox of Belmont, OH and Debbie (Ronald) Turner of Jacobsburg, OH; a son, Rodney (Michele) Weekly of Norwich, CT; three grandchildren, Holly Turner, Ashley and Joey Weekly; several nieces and nephews.

As per her wishes, no visitation or services are planned.

Arrangements by Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes – Bellaire.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Guernsey Inc. 9711 E Pike Rd, Cambridge, OH 43725  or by going to “TMCFunding.com”

Share your thoughts and memories of Helen with her family at www.bauknechtaltmeyer.com

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Krista Lane
3 years ago

I think of Helen often these days. She made my days with her so happy and I considered her family. Love and prayers Diana.

Buffy Simcox
3 years ago

Lee was very kind to me. I have very fond memories of her. I’m sorry for your loss. She was a true lady.

3 years ago

I’m so sorry for your loss, I’m so grateful I got to meet and take care of such a sweet , loving person. I always loved listening to her stories and how much she adored her kids. She was truly one of a kind and I will miss our talks so much♥️

Ionic Lodge # 438
3 years ago

All of are Brethren from Ionic Masonic Lodge will truly will miss Helen. Our memories of her and Hollis will last forever.

Troy & Mary Amie
3 years ago

A beautiful soul

Cathy Halicky
3 years ago

I am so sorry for the loss of your mother she was one great lady and so kind I am glad that i was her aide for as long as I could she was like my little grandma that I never had

Theresa Velkovich
3 years ago

Debbie, I am so sorry to hear your mother passed away!! She was such a sweet lady! I loved when Her aide & her used to walk up to the office at the Gardens to visit. She used to send candy up with you, Debbie because she knew I loved chocolate. I will never forget how much I liked her and I did think of her a lot !! She will be missed by her family but just remember that she is now your Angel

Debbie Rogers
3 years ago

Lee, I am so sad you aren’t with us, but know now you are free and at peace and with loved ones. Thank you for taking care of Jerry all his life. You and Hollis were a second set of parents for him. You became my mother as well as my sister in law and were grandmother to our children. Being in your home was absolutely wonderful and always filled with love and good food. You were the rock of our family and you will always be in our hearts. So blessed to have you in our lives. We will cherish our memories.

Susan Massey
3 years ago

Aunt Lee, you will continue to hold a special place in my heart. It was always one of my favorite times when we came to visit you and Uncle Hollis. My only wish is that we had been allowed to do that more often as we were growing up. Your kindness and grace will always be cherished and remembered. Love, Susie

Julia (Rogers) Smerkar
3 years ago

Aunt Lee, you are one of the sweetest and kind women I have ever known. You always showered our family with love and support, and were there whenever we needed you. Oh, and your voice… it was so sweet and calming, and you were so beautiful with those “Rogers blue” eyes and always smelled so good. You made the best galettes and macaroni & cheese (but Robert would argue that you made the best ham). I will miss coming to visit you, hearing stories about my daddy from the old days, and just being with you. You will be forever missed Aunt Lee- I love you so much! “You will never leave me, for I will always find you in the beauty of life”- Walter Rindor