WADSWORTH — Helen M. Sybelnik Bux, 102, handed away quietly at her dwelling, Saturday, Might 1, 2021.
She was born in 1918 to John and Anna Sybelnik in Struthers. She graduated from Struthers Excessive Faculty and Youngstown Enterprise Faculty, then labored as a authorized secretary for the Coal (Inside) Division in Washington, D.C.
On the opening of World Warfare II, she volunteered for the Ladies’s Military Corps and was assigned to the Headquarters of the 92nd Fight Bomb Wing close to Cambridge, England, the place she served as a secretary on the U.S. air base till the tip of the battle, acquiring the rank of sergeant.
There she met her future husband, William J. Bux, a sergeant from Wadsworth, and upon return to Ohio on the finish of the battle, they had been married in Struthers.
They arrange their dwelling in Wadsworth, the place she lived for all however the final yr of her life. After her kids had been raised, she labored as a secretary on the Brecksville VA Hospital till she retired.
Helen and William had been each proud veterans, and members of the Wadsworth American Legion and the Ladies’s Auxiliary of American Legion Submit 170.
They raised 4 kids in Wadsworth, William (Linda), Robert (Linda), Bud (Wilma) and Carole Davies (Glenn). She is survived by three kids; 5 grandchildren, Jennifer Wadding, Kevin (Brandi) Bux, Elizabeth Bux, Robert Bux and Kathryn (John) Rodeman; eight great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
She was preceded in demise by her husband, William; and her son, Bud.
She was a sort and cheerful one that normally wore a smile and by no means complained. She pressured household, a robust work ethic and scholarship. She maintained her psychological sharpness till the tip. She was a wonderful baker, successful the Buehler’s cookie contest together with her old school sugar cookies.
She was a member of Sacred Coronary heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Wadsworth and a member of the Altar and Rosary Society.
A protracted life, effectively lived.
A Mass of Christian burial might be held 11 a.m. Wednesday, Might 5, 2021, at Sacred Coronary heart Catholic Church, 272 Broad St., Wadsworth, with calling hours 9 to 9:30 a.m. at Hilliard-Rospert Funeral Dwelling, 174 N. Lyman St., Wadsworth, earlier than the Mass, and a non-public household burial after the Mass.
In lieu of flowers, memorial tributes could take the type of contributions in Helen Bux’s title to the Sacred Coronary heart of Jesus Parish, 260 Broad St., Wadsworth, OH 44281.
The household want to specific their appreciation and thank the employees of The Echelon of Medina for his or her care and kindness proven to Helen.
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