Wesley C. Helgesen

Born: Thu., Apr. 23, 1942
Died: Mon., Jun. 29, 2020


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Sutton- Wesley C. Helgesen, 78, passed away on Mon. June 29, 2020 at Lanessa Extended Care, where he had been a resident the past 3 1/2 years, after a period of declining health.

    He is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Carole D. (Janczyk) Helgesen; his son, Carl W. Helgesen and his wife Mary Ann of Homosassa Springs, Fl; 3 sisters, Karen Reilly of Millbury, Ethel Olsen of Andover and Vesta Lindstrom of Woodstock, CT, as well as many nieces and nephews.  

    Born in Worcester on April 23, 1942 he was the son of Birger and F. Louise (Leonard) Helgesen. Wesley was a Sutton High school graduate and worked many years as a Welder for numerous companies including the former Anglo Fabrics in Webster, Bek's Welding in Manchaug, and retiring from WRT Management in 2012. He was enlisted in the National Guard serving for 6  years. Wesley enjoyed spending much of his time tending to his many acres of land, mowing, raking, and taking care of the land. He also enjoyed fixing antique cars with his son and vacationing by cruising with his wife. He was very passionate about the Salvation Army Movement as his parents met during his father's  traveling with Wesley's grandfather who was a traveling Minister and his family.

As to his families wishes, Wesley will be cremated and a memorial service will be held at a later date.  Memorial donations in his  name may be made to The Salvation Army. To leave a condolence message for his family please visit http://www.Jackmanfuneralhomes.com

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Burt Clark
   Posted Fri July 03, 2020
Sorry to hear this news, Wesley was a classmate at SHS and was always respected and a pleasure to associate with. He was a humble and quiet person and was very sincere in whatever he undertook. Our paths did not cross very often but when we would meet it was a joyous occasion with the memories of the olden days. He will be missed by all that knew him.


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