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Ross J. Helms
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Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

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Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Cherokee Graveside services for Ross J. Helms, 61, will be 3 PM today in the Cherokee municipal Cemetery with the Rev. Bill Chace officiating. Burial will be by Grapes Funeral Home here.

Mr. Helms died Friday.

He is survived by two daughters, Janet Helms of Bloomington, California, and Judith Helms of Rialto, California; two sons, Ross Helms Jr. of Arlington, Texas, and Allen Helms of Colorado Springs, Colorado; five sisters, Mrs. Bee Wehling of Bison, Mrs. Caludine Nyulassie of Pustin, California, Mrs. Loretta Nelson of Klanath River, California, Mrs. Betty Wilkins of Duncanville, Texas and Mrs. Shirley Stevens of Denver, Colorado; a brother, C. W. Helms of Wichita, Kansas; his step mother, Mrs. Edith Helms of Anthony, Kansas; and seven grandchildren.

The body will be at Grapes Funeral Home until 2:30 PM today.

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