|Birth: ||Aug. 27, 1918|
|Death: ||Aug. 12, 1983|
New York, USA
Helen Louise (Taylor) Hussar was the older daughter of Harry Hoyt and Pearl Laura Taylor. She was born in Marshfield, Oregon, which is now known as Coos Bay,OR. She graduated from Washington High School in Portland, Oregon, then attended college to become a Lab & XRay Technician before joining her family in South Carolina during World War II where she worked as a Lab & X-Ray Technician at
the Tuscaloosa, Alabama Army hospital, holding onto the patients (soldiers) for different X-Rays. Due to prolonged exposure, she was to suffer from numerous cancers in later life and was unable to have children. It was here that she met and later married Dr. Allen E. Hussar, who also worked at the hospital. Following the war, they moved to New York, where he worked at the Franklin D.Roosevelt Veterans Administration Hospital, in Montrose, N.Y., eventually becoming Chief of Staff. Upon retirement, they moved to the Bronx, New York, where they both lived until they died. During their lives, they traveled frequently to Europe and delighted in sending back presents to their three nieces, as they had no children of their own. Helen died from a heart attack just 15 days before her 65th birthday, on Aug 12th, 1983. She was cremated at Ferncliff Crematory in Hartsdale, New York on Aug 15th, 1983. Her ashes are being held by her husband's cousins for interment at an undecided location, some time in the future.
Harry Hoyt Taylor (1895 - 1975)
Pearl Laura Baker Taylor (1895 - 1975)
Allen Elemer Hussar (1900 - 1985)
Helen Louise Taylor Hussar (1918 - 1983)
Patricia Jean Taylor (1924 - 2002)*
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
Specifically: Ashes are with Uncle Allen's relatives.
Created by: Kathie L. Webb Blair
Record added: Jan 16, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64280167
Honoring Your Memory
Added: Sep. 27, 2013
Happy Birthday, dearest Auntie Helen. You came into this world 95 years ago today, much to the delight of my grandparents, who adored you, their 1st born child. I always hoped I'd get to go to New York to visit with you and Uncle Allen, couldn't understan...(Read more)|
Your niece, Kathie Lynn
Added: Aug. 27, 2013
Happy Birthday, Auntie Helen. I miss you alot, remember your visits with fondness. You and Uncle Allen Rest In Peace. I'll see you when it's my time, okay?|
Kathie L. Webb Blair
Added: Aug. 27, 2012
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