Date of Death: June 12, 2021
Visitation will be held Friday, July 2, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. at Hohner Funeral Home, 1004 Arnold St., Three Rivers. A memorial service will follow at 11:00 a.m. at the funeral home with Pastor Dianne Wagner of Kokomo First Church of the Nazarene officiating.
Helen Laue-Mohler, 90, of Three Rivers, passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 12, 2021. Helen was born on August 28, 1930 in LaGrange, IN, to the late Joni E. Weirich and Anna Mast Weirich.
She married George C. Laue, Jr. on April 21, 1956 at St. John’s Lutheran Church and resided on the family farm in Three Rivers, MI where they raised their family.
Following George’s passing, Helen met Max G. Mohler of Greentown, IN and Sarasota, FL. The couple was married on April 21, 2006.
She was employed as a bus driver with Three Rivers Community Schools for more than 30 years; she also enjoyed transporting the athletic teams to events and many field trips. Her students enjoyed listening to rock-n-roll station WLS out of Chicago while riding her bus.
She enjoyed quilting with various church groups and providing them for relief sales. She also enjoyed cross-stitching, loved playing cards, and watching any sport including wrestling. She was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church and the Three Rivers Eagles #2303.
Helen leaves behind to cherish her memory, three daughters by her first marriage: Nola (Steve) Pankoff, Beverly (Rock) Klinger and Helen (Larry) Blasius all of Three Rivers. She also leaves behind her grandchildren, Craig Pankoff, Cassandra (Collin) Snyder, Amanda (Vic) Wilczynski, Calvin (Kristen) Klinger, Lincoln (Brandi) Klinger and Brittany (Logan) Kutz; great-grandchildren, Alice and Marilyn Snyder, Collin and Karlie Klinger, Carter and Mason Wilczynski, Owen, Miles, Bo and Quinn Klinger. She is also survived by her brother, William (Bonnie) Weirich of Ligonier, IN; and sisters, Lucy (Crist) Yoder-Miller, Clara (Norman) Kauffman and Alpha (Joe) Cross all of Goshen, IN.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, George C. Laue, Jr., in 2000 and by her second husband, Max Mohler, in 2016; granddaughter, Susan Bogema; sisters, Mary Weaver, Barbara Yoder, Katie Yoder, Ida Troyer and Anna Schmucker.
Donations in Helen’s memory may be directed to Kokomo First Church of the Nazarene or to the charity of your choice. Envelopes are available at the funeral home in care of her arrangements.
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Prayers and thoughts are with all of the family. She was a super person. Hadn’t seen her very recently but thought of her often when I drove past the farm. Beverly, if you need anything, don’t hesitate to call me or stop by.
Bev,so sorry to hear about your mom.I enjoyed my visits with her.We always had things to talk about.I retired on May 7.It seems strange not to make home visits anymore.Will be thinking of you and your family.Take care. Jennifer Grames
I’m very sorry for the loss of your mother.
Sending prayers of comfort at this difficult time.
Nola, Bev, Helen & Family,
So very sorry for your loss.
You are in our thoughts & prayers.
David & Denise Miller
Thank you Dave & Denise
Prayers for the family💕🙏🏻
Helen always called me on Birthday
She never forgot, You will always be in my heart. Rest In Peace Helen.
You meant a lot to mom! And, she appreciated your kindness when you opened your house to her during some winters down in Florida & when she house sat for you when you went to France. We even found a couple post cards from you & Vince from France. Plus, some wedding photos from both weddings. How these years flew by!
I hope your eye is doing better & we can get together again!