Halina Los Battisti (April 15, 1941 - June 25, 2024)

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Halina Los Battisti
  • April 15, 1941
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  • June 25, 2024

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In memory of Halina Los Battisti, a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, and beautiful soul. Helen, as known by most, lived a life filled with love, joy, and music.

Helen was known for her beautiful singing voice, which brought warmth and happiness to those around her. She had an immense love for her family, always placing them at the center of her world. Her home was a place of love, laughter, and memorable gatherings, where she shared her passion for life and music, and on occasion shared some of her baked polish goodies – Chrusciki (angel wings)!  If you were special, you were lucky enough to receive one of her recorded special music events from her Church. Helen had the voice of a songbird!

A dedicated wife, Helen was the heart and soul of her family. She is survived by her loving husband, her daughter, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, all of whom cherished her deeply. She was also a beloved aunt, whose kindness and generosity touched the lives of her extended family.  Helen spent many hours with family in the warm basements of her home and that of her in-laws, chatting, eating, drinking, and singing with all around her.

Helen’s legacy is one of love, joy, and an unwavering commitment to her family. She will be remembered for her radiant smile, her beautiful songs, and the profound impact she had on the lives of those who were fortunate to know and spend time with her.

Helen’s memory will forever be cherished by her family and friends, and her spirit will continue to inspire all who knew her.  When you hear a songbird, think of Helen.  When you see a butterfly, think of Helen.  When you think of love, think of Helen.


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  1. Stephen Fox says:
    03 Jul 2024
    My grandmother, Nina my granny, AKA my granny pants. When someone thinks of the word grandmother, my Nina is what will appear. She was warm caring and loving. She was funny and wise. She was a woman of God and one of the most Pleasant people you would ever want to be around. There aren't enough pages in the world or enough text for me to be able to say all of the things I could cherish her for forever. I'll never forget when I was little and it was only me how we would go to Perkins whether it was just me and my granny or my granny and my Poppy. I'll never forget sitting in the booth and her with a smile as I always ran for the ice cream machine after dinner. I can remember as far back as playing in their house in Michigan. There was a time that was really hard for me when we moved to Florida. Had a hard time making friends and my grandmother forced introduced me to my buddy Matt who became my best friend for the next 20 years plus. Those same two summers I was having a hard time making friends and adjusting in Florida she signed us up to go to the movies for the summer passes. Her and I went every Sunday for two summers in a row and I'll forever cherish that sign we spent together. She was the most amazing person and I know she is with my papa and buscia watching now. I'll miss you forever granny, and I love you for eternity.

    Stephen-

  2. Rose says:
    28 Jun 2024
    To Uncle Gino, Lisa, Pat and family:
    Thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
    I always enjoyed Aunt Helen, and we I many good memories and many good pictures of everyone together in Grandma's basement and when we had visit's here in Virginia.
    I will miss Aunt Helen and only hope she is at peace and is back with her parents and extended family now!
    Thank goodness for memories, as I will keep her close in my thoughts.
    Love,
    Rose

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