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Stella Ann Helton-Bean

Stella Ann Helton-Bean

July 13, 1941 — September 13, 2021

Stella Ann Helton-Bean (Bilyeu), age 80, of Kansas City, Missouri, passed away September 13, 2021 at home. She was born on July 13, 1941, in Eldon, Missouri, the daughter of the late Virginia (Simons) Baughman and Warren H. Bilyeu. She and her sister were raised by her grandparents Mike and Nerva Simons, Eldon, Missouri. She was married October 3, 1959, in Eldon, Missouri to Richard Arlen Helton who preceded her in death in 1982. She married Norman Charles Bean October 12, 1985 in Eldon, Missouri. He preceded her in death in 1992.  Stella is survived by two sons, Karl Ray Helton, St. Charles, Missouri, Tracy Alan (Cindy) Helton, Kansas City, Missouri. Also surviving, a granddaughter, the love of her life, Morgan Renee Helton of Raytown, Missouri; sister, Virginia “Cookie” (Harvey) Burnett, of Jefferson City, Missouri, niece, Rebecca (Doug) Jones, Jefferson City, Missouri, nephew, Harvey Burnett, Jr., Kaiser, Missouri; great-niece Jessica Jones, great-nephews, Austin Jones and Cameron Burnett (Becca).

No Services are planned, cremation elected. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society, 1100 Pennsylvania, Suite 220, Kansas City, Missouri 64105, or to American Heart Association, 7272 Greenville Ave., Dallas, Texas 75231, or to American Diabetes Association
10820 Sunset Office Drive, St. Louis, Missouri 63127.

A NOTE FROM THE FAMILY:

Today our loving mother’s appointed time was received by the gentle hands of our Savior; to a home without pain, without suffering, without time; with the great city street of pure gold.

To all of her acquaintances, dear friends, neighbors, and loved ones whose thoughts, phone calls, cards, visits, travels, food, and prayer asking the Father to attend to mom’s illness and her healing this year – THANK YOU!

Our family is sincerely grateful to have you all in her life because Stella, as in life, faced these last few days caring for others above herself, without fear, confident, and at peace – Triumphant.

Even in moments like these, GOD IS GOOD! Indeed, He Is.

Brothers: Karl R. Helton; Tracy A. Helton and Cindy; and Sister: Virginia “Cookie” Burnett

Service Information

No Services are planned, cremation elected. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society, 1100 Pennsylvania, Suite 220, Kansas City, Missouri 64105, or to American Heart Association, 7272 Greenville Ave., Dallas, Texas 75231, or to American Diabetes Association
10820 Sunset Office Drive, St. Louis, Missouri 63127.

A NOTE FROM THE FAMILY:

Today our loving mother’s appointed time was received by the gentle hands of our Savior; to a home without pain, without suffering, without time; with the great city street of pure gold.

To all of her acquaintances, dear friends, neighbors, and loved ones whose thoughts, phone calls, cards, visits, travels, food, and prayer asking the Father to attend to mom’s illness and her healing this year – THANK YOU!

Our family is sincerely grateful to have you all in her life because Stella, as in life, faced these last few days caring for others above herself, without fear, confident, and at peace – Triumphant.

Even in moments like these, GOD IS GOOD! Indeed, He Is.

Brothers: Karl R. Helton; Tracy A. Helton and Cindy; and Sister: Virginia “Cookie” Burnett

Stella Ann Helton-Bean's Guestbook

Stella had been quite an example of a fighting warrior....widowed in her 40's, set up her own business, kept 2 "boys" and a little girl to maturity.... (no small job...well done, Stella). She will be missed. My sympathy to the family...(and Cookie,too)

Rickie Sewell

Love and prayer to all. You will be missed Auntie

Becky Jones

So very glad that our family was able to spend time with Stella before she passed. We are blessed to have been apart of her life. She was fun, sassy, welcoming and knew Jesus. So sorry she has left all of us, but glad that she stepped into the next room with Jesus. We remain here for you. Your loving friends,

Mark and Debra Sunde

So sorry to hear of her passing. She was always a bright light to be around, and always left me with a smile on my face. Our deepest sympathy to all of the family at this time. Sincerely, Michelle

Michelle ‘Bilyeu’ O’Connor & Tim O’Connor

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