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Helen (nee Frymire) Bryner

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Helen (nee Frymire) Bryner, 89, passed away peacefully early on April 27, 2023, surrounded by her family. 

She was born in Enola in 1933 and graduated from Enola High School and attended business school before marrying Paul in 1953.  They lived across the United States and in Okinawa, Japan with the military before settling back in the Enola area in 1973. 

Helen loved playing pinochle, games and shopping. She also loved to travel with her family and friends.  One of her fondest memories was an Alaskan Cruise with her family.  Helen was proud she visited all 50 States.  The last state was on a trip to North Dakota with her daughter.  Helen loved going to the Maryland and Delaware shore with her friends, even if they played cards and ate in restaurants instead of being on the beach!  Helen and Paul camped at Solomon’s Island, Maryland for many years.  They always had an open door for family, spending many hours eating crabs and sitting by the campfire. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Anna (nee Wachtman) Frymire, Paul, her loving husband of 56 years, daughter, Lynette Whitt, sister Shirley (Lynn) McCall, and brother Leo.  Helen leaves behind her beloved children Michael (Joyce), Teresa (Skip) Magaro, Shari (James) Bonn.  She also cherished her 7 grandchildren Nicole, Michael (Megan), Jennifer, Tony, Randy (Tara), Steven (Loren) and Ed and 10 great-grandchildren Chase, Paul, Kody, Serenity, Landon, Nancy, Asher, Eva, Taylor, and Isla, many nieces, nephews, and friends, especially Sister-in-Law Shirley Ash. 

Visitation will be Friday, May 5 from 10-11am at Enola First Church of God, 9 Sherwood Dr, Enola, PA 17025.  A Celebration of Life will follow at 11am.  In lieu of flowers, please make a memorial contribution in Helen’s name to Enola First Church of God or The Salvation Army.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Bryner family.

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  1. Aunt Helen came to visit us when I was little. When she woke up in the morning and combed out her hair it was teased to the point I didn’t recognize her. We have several photos of my staring at her while I tried to figure out who this stranger was that sounded like my Aunt Helen!

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