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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Helen Heringer
November 24, 1927 - March 28, 2021

Place of Birth: Rural Crane, MT
Residence: Sidney, MT
Age: 93

Helen Knopp Heringer was born to Julian and May Knopp on Thanksgiving Day in her childhood home near Crane, Montana on Nov. 24, 1927. She attended school in Crane as a child and finished off her final year of education at Sidney High in 1944. She was gifted with impressive musical talents and a servanthood spirit from a young age. At 9 years old, she invited the Lord Jesus Christ to be her Savior and Lord and was baptized. While in high school she relished working as a radio announcer/disk jockey for KGCX radio. She later resigned from that to teach at Newlon school near Crane.
She married her sweetheart Paul Heringer on Nov. 23, 1945 in Wibaux. The couple took up farming south of Crane and ranching later at the Dunc Narum ranch east of Lambert. In Oct. 1953 they transitioned to the retail grocery business. They remodeled a general mercantile store into their home and post office quarters. Helen served as a postmaster for 34 years until her retirement.
She was a loving wife for 64 years, mother of 5, grandmother/great-grandmother of 64, and sister in Christ to everyone in her community. She was crafty, creative, loved a good pun, and could transpose music on the fly. She was a wonderful story teller, great encourager, and a prayer warrior. She welcomed many into her home for tasty food and fellowship and delighted in growing fresh veggies and flowers in her beautiful garden. She was a dedicated Lambert Lions fan and she received the Montana High School Association’s Super Fan Award in 2005 for her outstanding support of school activities.
In July of 2005 Paul and Helen moved to Sidney, MT. She remained very active and loved playing piano at Extended Care and at various local churches. She enjoyed reading, journaling, scrapbooking, writing poetry and watching God paint the sky at sunset out her window. She was passionate about sharing Jesus’ Love and supported Christian charities. She wrote inspiring letters/cards to her friends and family.
Helen went to be with the Lord March 28, 2021 at home surrounded by family that loved her. Her celebration of life will be held at the Christian Missionary Alliance Church in Lambert on April 2, 2021.
Helen is survived by: Daughters: Rennie (Mike) Sharp, New London, MN; Sunetta (Tim) Ellwein, Billings, MT; Sons: Ronne (Sandra) Heringer, Glasgow, MT; Sheldon (Anita) Heringer, Lambert, MT; Scott (Christy) Heringer, Nepal and numerous grandchildren/great-grandchildren.
Donations in Helen’s honor may be made to the following charities:
Sunrise Women’s Clinic at PO Box 1086 in Sidney, MT
Food for the Hungry at https://www.fh.org
Samaritans Purse at samaritanspurse.org

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Ricky tobiason (Sidney , Mt)
Mar 29, 2021
Thoughts and prayers Helen beringer family
Doreen Vaira-Herbert (Glasgow, MT)
Mar 29, 2021
Sheldon, Sunetta and families, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom always had a smile on her face and I loved to hear her play whenever I was lucky enough to be present. Hold your memories close to your heart and share the stories, always. Prayers to you all.
DeAnn Nevins Hammer (Hudson, WI)
Mar 29, 2021
I am deeply saddened that Helen has left us and grown her angel wings. Years ago, Helen was my "storm mother" as she had signed up to take my brother Michael and I when Lambert declared the buses would not run. It was so fun being a "town kid" and getting to walk to school. Not only that but to be INSIDE the mail room! How great was that! Helen always made us feel welcome and there were a few winters in 1978 and 1979 that we were at the Heringers for valentines day and Helen made sure that we had supplies to have things to exchange with our class. Her piano playing skills are second to none and she inspired me to try to work harder...alas some of us are musically gifted as she was and well...some of us aren't (me!). My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. Thank you for sharing your mother with me. I was never homesick when I stayed at your house. She made us feel welcome and safe.
Tim & Kim Klasna (Lambert, MT)
Mar 29, 2021
To the Heringer family, Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. Our memories of her are of a sweet and talented lady.
Cecilia martin (Peetz , Co)
Mar 29, 2021
So sorry for your loss, she will be missed by all. Enjoyed her music When I was able to be home, the center had such great music. Prayers to all.,
Cindy Shaw (Columbia Falls, MT)
Mar 29, 2021
I enjoyed her musical productions! She wrote much of the music for the community and church. Rest well Helen.
Dion and Diane Ligon (Poulsbo, Washington)
Mar 29, 2021
To all of Helen's family,
We are so sorry to hear about Helen's passing. What a wonderful lady she was, always with a smile and so good natured. Both of us have very fond memories of her over the years. May your memories bring you smiles and comfort. There is a special place in heaven for her. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Bobbie Self (Conroe, Texas)
Mar 30, 2021
My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. Sara I'm here if you need anything
Tami Maltese
Mar 31, 2021
Helen was a great lady and she led an amazing life. Her family are in my thoughts in prayers.
Amy Baker (Gulf Shores , Alabama)
Mar 31, 2021
So sorry Sheldon, to here about your mom. She was always such a nice lady. I hope that you and Annetta are doing well. May God Bless your Family
Earleen J Miller (Goodrich, ND)
Apr 1, 2021
Praying for God’s comfort. Always enjoyed time spent with Aunt Helen and family throughout the years. She will be missed by family and friends but Heaven gained another saint.
Ted and Kathy Bialorucki (Crestview, Florida)
Apr 1, 2021
Sending our love to the Herringer family. We loved Helen she was such a blessing to us starting when she was our youth choir director. Helen was such a good Christian influence on our lives. She told us she prayed that Ted and I would get together and
played the organ for our wedding.
Years later she moved to Sidney and we so enjoyed her gift of piano playing. Heaven is sweeter with Helen there. She will be missed on earth but someday we will join her in the heavenly choir save a spot for us Helen.
Dorothy Bullington (Sidney, Montana )
Apr 2, 2021
Helen’s parents were friends of my grandparents (Mary and Myron Pickering) My parents (David and Nellie Pickering) were friends of Paul and Helen. My Dad loved to play checkers with Paul. Community picnics were held at my grandparents’ place one mile south of Crane. I have wonderful memories... especially of the 4th of July celebrations. Helen was a very special and gifted person. She faithfully visited my mother during the 3+ years she was in the nursing home and read the Bible to her. Helen was a blessing. I am looking forward to seeing her again..in Heaven!
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De Ann Nevins Hammer
St. Vincent Spiritual Department
Don & Margaret Ligon & Extended Families
Alex & Sarah
Michael, Jana & Allison
Beloved Aunt- The Knopp Family, Carol, Jean & Sue