Helen Stettler passed peacefully in her sleep to the other side of the veil on October 21 at the age of 95. Although we are saddened, we rejoice knowing that she will be greeted there by her husband Fred, and many loved ones.
Helen was born in Logan, Utah, on June 18, 1928, to Edward and Edna Rust. Helen was the youngest of 3 children and is preceded in death by her brother John and her sister Betty. Helen loved going to school and graduated from Logan High School.
Helen married Frederick Valentine Stettler (the cute boy across the street) on June 30, 1947. She was “Blessed” with 5 “Well Behaved” children within a span of 6 years: Kristine, Clyde, Sharlene, David, and Karen.
Helen was known for her cooking skills and loved to cook for her family. She prepared a delicious 5 course meal for Family Home Evening every Monday night for over 30 years. Family friends and neighbors were frequently invited which led to many long- lasting friendships. Helen also made chocolates, caramels, and pecan rolls. She made over 10 different fondant centers as well as various caramel centers and dipped them in chocolate. At Christmas time, she would mail out over 70 packages of chocolates to out-of-town friends and delivered many plates of candy to local friends and family. She loved to bake bread, zupha, rolls, cookies and pies. Everything she cooked was awesomely delicious!!
Helen served in many different positions in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. These included the presidencies of the Primary, Young Women and Relief Society organizations. She had a strong testimony of the gospel and was privileged to share it when she and Fred accepted and fulfilled a mission call to North Carolina, Charlotte mission in 1992.
Helen also known as Red, Sweetheart, Darling, Mumsy, Mom and Grandma is survived by; daughter Kristine Stettler; son Clyde Jeffrey Stettler; daughter Sharlene Baker; son David Wayne Stettler (Cindy); daughter Karen Jones (Brad); 16 grandchildren and 37 great grandchildren.
A special thanks to Autumn Care for the love, care and dignity given to Helen during her stay there.
Graveside services will be held Saturday October 28, 2023, at 12 pm in the Logan City Cemetery. The viewing will be 10:30am - 11:30a at the Allen Mortuary of North Logan, 420 East 1800 North. www.allenmortuaries.com