Helen BredaApril 27,2014Helen Breda
BOMOSEEN — A Christian Mass for Helen “Honey” Breda, 78, who died April 10, 2014, was celebrated Saturday, April 26, at St. John’s Catholic Church in Castleton.
The Rev. Michael Onyekwere, the Rev. Kevin Rooney and the Rev. Dennis Kingsley con-celebrated the Mass.
Brenda Smith was the organist. Granddaughters Shelby Whalen and Mackenzie Whalen were soloists. Diane Master and Burton Smith were vocalists.
Pallbearers, all grandchildren, included Cassie, Kyle and Breann Breda and MacKenzie, Shelby and Colby Whalen.
Following the ceremony, the family received friends at the Fair Haven Inn.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Mallory Funeral Home in Fair Haven.
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