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In Memoriam
Helen Jo O’Malia

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Helen Jo O’Malia of Noblesville, Indiana, passed away on July 14, 2016. She was born Feb. 13, 1932 in Monrovia to the late Ernest and Jeanette McClellan.

Helen was the widow of William E. O’Malia. She is survived by her sons, Michael T. (Cindy), Kevin E. (Shelly) and John E. O’Malia; grandchildren, Kelly and Shane O’Malia, Brady and Connor O’Malia, Courtney and Cameron O’Malia; great-grandchild, Kinley O’Malia; and brother, George McClellan. She was preceeded in death by her brothers, Edgar and Robert McClellan and sister, Louise Winegardner.

Helen and her husband William were proud business owners of O’Malia’s Fireplace Shop and Gnome Crossing, both in Carmel, Indiana, for 49 years. Helen’s hobbies included quilting, spending time with the old gang, watching the Colts and Pacers, playing cards, and creating memories with her family and friends.

Thank you to the nurses, therapists, and staff at Kindred-Bridgewater for the excellent care that they provided for Helen.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Humane Society for Hamilton County or Shriners Hospital for Children. Please visit flannerbuchanan.com to sign the online guest register.

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