Helen Faust Graber

  • Born: June 27, 1919
  • Died: October 3, 2020
  • Location: Lyndhurst, Ohio

Maher-Melbourne Funeral Home

5236 Mayfield Road
Lyndhurst, OH 44124

mahermelbournefh@gmail.com
Tel. (216) 382-4500

Tribute & Message From The Family


Beloved Wife, Loving Mother, Devoted Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Sister

Message From The Family

Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Please enhance this tribute to Helen by adding your memories and photos.

HELEN FAUST GRABER, age 101, beloved wife of the late Carl, loving mother of Dale (Linda, deceased) and Donald (Patricia),
devoted grandmother of Robert (Marla), Laura and Katie Graber (Griff) and Mary DiCarro (Tom), Great Grandmother of Ryan Graber, Jack and Camilla DiCarro,
dear sister of Gladys Snider (deceased).
Helen was born, raised and lived in Lyndhurst, OH for 92 years, moving to Amherst, OH in 2011. She was a member her entire life of
St. John Lutheran Church in South Euclid, where she taught Sunday School and was involved in many activities of the Church.
She worked for 24 years as a volunteer in the Pastoral Care Department of University Hospital, where she made many life-long friends.
Helen's family would like to express their deep gratitude to the staff of Amherst Manor for their exceptional care of her over the past several years.
Private Interment. Family and Friends are invited to gather for a Memorial Service 11 am Friday, October 9th at St. John Lutheran Church, 4386 Mayfield Rd., South Euclid, Oh 44121.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in Helen's memory suggested to: St. John's Lutheran Church, 4386 Mayfield Rd., South Euclid, OH 44121 or
Amherst Manor, 175 North Lake St., Amherst, OH 44001


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Helen was a true inspiration to anyone who knew her. She was my Sunday school teacher in the 1950's and a family friend forever to my mom. Sincere sympathy and prayers. God Bless.

Posted by Linda Schwentker Davey - EASTLAKE, OH, OH - Friend   November 24, 2020

When my dad, Tim Zimmermann, took the call to be senior pastor at St. John, South Euclid in the mid 1970s, Helen was waiting with open arms to welcome our family (including three young children) into the church. She loved us like family, frequently babysitting and giving us children special attention that we have remembered and talked about all through our lives. Even after we moved on to a new church in a new state, Helen kept in touch throughout the years, cheering on our family through many life milestones, faithfully sending heartfelt Christmas notes, calling from time to time, and keeping us informed of happenings at our beloved OH church. When I went back to visit St. John's many years later with my wife, Helen was waiting in the pew, her love and enthusiasm making significant impact on my wife who only met her that one time but continued to correspond with her for years after. She had a way of shining God's light on all who surrounded her, and her loving compassionate spirit will not be forgotten.

Posted by Jonathan Zimmermann - St. Charles, IL - Friend   October 17, 2020

Helen was a cherished member of the family of volunteers at UH Cleveland Medical Center. Although she has not been able to volunteer for the past few years we remember her boundless energy, enthusiasm and her love for all. She had a memory to be envied and a heart of gold. Rest in peace dear Helen!

Posted by Barbara Nalette - Cleveland, OH - Friend   October 06, 2020

I am saddened by the news of Helen's passing. I planned to visit her after my return from Florida but then COVID hit and I could not. She always treated me like a family member and always concerned about me that I would joke and tell her that I now had 2 mothers. My deepest and heartfelt sympathy

Posted by Joyce Hammond - Elyria, OH - Friend   October 06, 2020


Family Album


Community Photos

Cherished volunteer at University Hospitals.
Helen receiving a volunteer award with Rev. Harry Werner.