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After her second year of teaching, she ed up for a cycling trip in Europe. She had a reason to be anxious—since she had never ridden a bicycle! Another summer, she spent working on the construction of Camp Pendleton. They were married there in and had enough gas coupons to spend a short honeymoon in Laguna Beach. They soon moved to Burbank, and though housing was very scarce during those war years, they were fortunate to find a house to buy—where Helen lived until a few months before her passing.
Music in the family started early. Ernest played both piano and clarinet, and as soon as the children were able, Sunday evenings were saved for family music.
It was Ernest and Ernie on the clarinet, Albert on flute, and Frances on cello. Helen played piano until the others so surpassed her in skill that she was wise enough to move to the cheering section. Camping was something the family enjoyed for a of years. A favorite campsite was Whitney Portal. After the children were in school, Helen began teaching part-time at Burbank Adult School, which she chose because she could teach mornings and be home in the afternoons for the children.
She taught English and Parent Education classes, and it was the later that became the focus of her efforts. Eventually, she became coordinator of the department, which met the needs of about parents each year and provided many personal rewards.
It came as a surprise when it was decided that the newly renovated auditorium of the Burbank Adult School was named in her honor. Next came the difficult decision to retire in after 42 years of teaching. Travel enriched her life. These came to an end when Burbank sex chat rooms died in Then there were four immensely satisfying trips with church groups led by Larry Stamper.
The First United Methodist Church was always important to her. She taught Sunday School, was a representative to the Annual Church Conference, was a founding member of Friends of Music, and was on the Music Committee for many years. For eight years, she and Janie Lloyd worked to bring the church history up to date.
She was initiated in her P. Chapter in and into Delta Kappa Gamma an organization for key women educators in For years, she took a Monday bouquet to the Adult School office—even after she retired! She had a positive attitude towards life, an enthusiasm for many things: people, music, art galleries, museums, reading, travel, and baking cookies to share with friends. She was a life-long learner, eager for any new experience, with enthusiasm for each new day and its promise.
One of her goals was to provide happy memories for her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Helen passed peacefully on January 7, She is survived by her children Ernest KarenAlbert Janieson-in-law Phil, nine grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. in. Log into your. Forgot your password? up. Password recovery. Recover your password. About Contact Advertise on myBurbank. Get help. News Sections Obituaries. Helen von Seggern.
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