Helen G. Rosebrock

  • Born: April 30, 1918
  • Died: May 11, 2019
  • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

Tribute & Message From The Family

Helen was born on April 30, 1918 and passed away on Saturday, May 11, 2019.

Helen was a resident of Indianapolis, Indiana at the time of passing.

Helen graduated from Sacred Heart High School in 1936.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on on Friday, May 17, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in St. Roch Catholic Church (3600 S. Pennsylvania St), with visitation prior to Mass from 10:00 a.m. until the start of mass. Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.LauckFuneralHome.com Donations may be made to: St. Roch Catholic Church 3600 S. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, IN 46227, 317-784-1763 www.strochindy.org/ Visitation at the St. Roch Catholic Church from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM on May 17, 2019.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions have been suggested to St. Roch Catholic Church in her memory and envelopes will be provided at the church.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Only heard of Helen passing and service after the fact at church announcements. Helen played Euchre at the card clubs I help with at Sacred Heart and at Saint Roch. I had not seen her I believe the last two years or so but when the seniors get up in age issues arise sometimes. Helen loved the many years she played cards and especially socializing, very sweet and soft spoken lady, I will remember her and think of the joyous reunion I am sure she is having now with her loved ones, God's peace and blessings on her family, Tom Hasse

Posted by Thomas Hasse - Indianapolis, IN - acquaintance   May 28, 2019

I have many happy memories of going to Aunt Helen and Uncle Carl's for Christmas or Thanksgiving. Her dinners were always grand affairs. My sisters and I were the only young people at these gatherings, so she would let me play with Uncle Carl's vintage toy cars to keep me entertained.

Many years ago my wife and I saw a metal horse's head on a post, just like the one in her driveway, at an auction in Vermont. I always loved Aunt Helen's so I bought it somewhat in honor of her and have displayed it at my own houses ever since.

Aunt Helen apparently had an active church and social life well into her later years. We arranged to visit her when she was in her 90s, and even at that age she still had to "check her calendar" before committing on a date. I can only hope that I can live as long and full of a life as her and still be as active in the community.

Posted by Bradford Searcy - Cincinnati, OH   May 20, 2019