Skip to content

Helen A. Mistler

Service Date: January 11, 2021
Interment Info: St. Mary Cemetery (Ft. Mitchell)
Service Info: St. Pius X KY
Obituary
Service Info
Interment
Condolences

Helen A. Mistler (nee Turner), 91, of Edgewood, KY, died Monday, January 4, 2021, at the Village Care Center at Baptist Village. She retired from work as a legal secretary for The Adams Law Firm. Helen was a longtime member of St. Pius X Church and the “rock” of the Mistler family. Helen was passionate in her faith, and greatly enjoyed being with her family and grandchildren. She had many friends, and especially cherished her girlfriends from LaSalette Academy. Helen always had a smile that complimented her positive outlook on everything.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas H. Mistler; her daughter, Judy Westerman; her grandson, Andrew Mistler; and her siblings, Rose Kathryn Lindsey and Thomas Turner.

Helen is survived by her daughters, Jeanne Buring, and Amy Mistler; and her sons, John (Debby) Mistler, Greg (Michele) Mistler, and Tom (Julie) Mistler. She also leaves behind 13 grandchildren, Carrie Rogiers, David (Kristen) Buring, Michael Mistler, Jonathan (Libby) Westerman, Mark (Liz) Wurtenberger, Erik (Angie) Wurtenberger, Nathan Mistler, Katie (Ben) Lockwood, Chad Mistler, TJ Mistler, Taylor (Andre) Paulk, Jenna Mistler, and Helen Mistler; and 10 great-grandchildren, Owen Rogiers, Julianna Westerman, Ellie Rogiers, Jack Westerman, Andi Buring, Samantha Lockwood, Quincy Paulk, Sophia Lockwood, Wade Buring, and Howard Wurtenberger.

Helen was lovingly cared for by the nurses and staff at the Village Care Center at Baptist Village. The Mistler family is extremely grateful to everyone at Baptist Village for the professional and compassionate care they provided.

Private Mass of Christian Burial Monday, January 11, 2021 at St. Pius X Church. Her services will be livestreamed at 11:25AM via https://youtu.be/t8HbSPMTht8 and https://youtu.be/DfGxuef3ldI . You can also find it by searching for Linnemann Funerals Live channel on YouTube.

Burial at St. Mary’s Cemetery following mass. Memorials may be made to The Andrew Mistler Foundation, 977 Woodsedge Drive, Erlanger, KY 41018. Online condolences to: www.linnemannfuneralhomes.com.

Monday
11
January
12:00 am

St. Pius X KY

348 Dudley Pike
Edgewood, KY 41017

St. Mary Cemetery (Ft. Mitchell)

Address: 2201 Dixie Highway Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017
Thursday
1
January
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Helen A. Mistler


,

My God Mother

My deepest sympathy, I am very sorry for your loss. Helen was my God Mother and she took that responsibility to heart. She came to both my Mom and Dad’s funerals and offered me her support, I greatly appreciated her kindness. I will keep you all in my prayers. Debby Hughes Kreimborg


Helen Mistler

Jeanne and Amy and your family,
Remembering you all in prayer. Your Mother was great to have raised such wonderful daughters. Sending my sympathy and my prayers.
Sr. Mary Rabe


Loved Helen

Helen was our dental patient for so many years. I always looked forward to her visits, and when Tom would bring us roses. She always had a smile for us! She will be missed.


Sympathy to the Mistler family

Our deepest sympathy to Greg & Michele, and to Amy and the rest of the family on the death of their mother and grandmother. It is never easy to lose your mother, and right now when COVID prohibits a gathering to honor these dear loved ones, it’s especially difficult. We send our love to all members of the Mistler family.
Patrick & Julia Preziosi


Activities at Village Care Center

Helen was always the bright spot of my day. I would stop in to see her throughout the day always interrupt her soap opera or Rosary. She was always glad to chat no matter what was on. There was not a day that she didn’t tell me she loved me and appreciated me for all I did for her. Her smile and kind heart will be with me forever and I know she is at peace and with me all the time. Miss you Helen so much. Happy New Year! Love Dee


Helen Mistler

My sincere condolences to you all. Helen and I connected so well being a fellow parishioner from St. Pius and knowing all the same people. She was a sweet yet strong woman. And sharp as a tack. She would walk by the nurse’s station every day and stop and talk. Every afternoon she would watch Mass or the rosary on TV. She was an exceptional Christian. She gave me numerous cards over the years and each time I came back from medical leave, after all my surgeries this year, there was always a get well card waiting for me. I know my dear friend is smiling in heaven as she always did here.