Helene Furst Obituary, Death – With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of a remarkable soul, Helene Furst, a beloved resident of Cookeville, Tennessee. She departed from this world on September 5, 2023, at the remarkable age of 97, leaving behind cherished memories and a legacy of love that will forever be etched in the hearts of her family and friends.
Helene was born to Harry Rowe and Ella Rowe and grew up alongside her brothers, Julian and Kermit. She was a loving daughter and sister, and her family was at the center of her life.In the journey of life, Helene found her soulmate in Edward Furst, and together they embarked on a journey filled with love, companionship, and shared dreams. Their bond was a testament to the enduring power of love, and her husband’s passing left a void that Helene carried in her heart.
Helene’s love extended to her children, Linda, Don, and Ken, whom she raised with unwavering care and devotion. Her legacy of love lives on through her children, who have carried forward her values of family and compassion. Helene was also blessed with the joy of grandchildren and great-grandchildren who brought immeasurable happiness into her life.
Caren Michael, Brian Furst, Kevin Furst, Laura Dwyer, Rachel Tiche, Emily Tiche, Paris Furst, Juliet Furst, Evangeline Furst, Tommy Michael, Nate Michael, Sam Michael, Ethan Michael, Finnegan Furst, Vivien Furst, Matthew Dwyer, and Elise Dwyer were the lights of her life, and her love for them knew no bounds.In remembrance of Helene’s remarkable life, a memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 16th, 2023, at 5:00 PM at the Heavenly Host Lutheran Church in Cookeville, Tennessee.
This gathering will provide an opportunity for family and friends to come together, share stories, and offer support to one another as they celebrate the life of a woman who touched so many with her kindness, warmth, and enduring love. Please join us in leaving a sympathy message in the guestbook on Helene Furst’s memorial page to show your support for her family during this challenging time. In doing so, we honor the beautiful legacy of a woman who will forever remain in our hearts.