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Helen I. Peterson Williams
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Helen I. Peterson Williams, passed away at her home in Redlands, California on Monday, February 18, 2002 after a long illness.
Helen grew up in Cheyenne and is the sister of Geneva Miller of Strong City and sister of the late Giles Peterson of Cheyenne.
She is survived by her sister, Geneva Miller; five sons, Claude Jr. of Hunstville, Texas; Bynum of Ehrenberg, Arizona; Bennie of Hesperia, California; Walter of Mira Loma, California; Jerry of Redlands, California; and two daughters, Vera Sewell of Redlands, California and Ann Jones-Beach of Grand Terrace, California; twenty nine grandchildren and forty two great grandchildren.
Two sons, Joe and James, and her husband, Claude "Mac" preceded her in death.
She was a gentle lady and was greatly loved by all that knew her.


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