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It is with deep sorrow and heavy hearts that the family of Helen Mogyorody announces her peaceful passing, on November 20, 2017 at WRH- Metropolitan Campus at the age of 87. Helen was the beloved wife of 55 years to the late William (deceased 2004). She will be deeply missed by her daughter, Dr. Veronika Mogyorody and partner, Dr. Vito Signorile of Windsor; and son, Kevin Mogyorody and wife Christine Staub-Mogyorody of Tecumseh; grandson Michael Mogyorody and wife Stacey Roberts-Mogyorody; and great-grandson Kaden Mogyorody and great-granddaughter Avery Mogyorody of Stoney Point. Predeceased by her parents James (1995) and Veronika (1993) Agocs. Dear sister to the late Veronika Agocs (1926) and George Agocs; and sister-in-law to Dorothy Gyetvai-Agocs of Oldcastle. Sister-in-law to Florence Smijan of Essex, Alec Olah of South Woodslee, and Marie Mogyorodi of Maidstone. Dear godmother to Kelly Agocs-Santoro of Windsor. She will be sadly missed by many nieces, nephews and friends. Helen was an honours graduate of Windsor Teachers College and received her Master’s Degree from the University of Windsor. She taught Elementary School for the Essex County Catholic School Board, Secondary School for the Greater Essex County District School Board, and Business at St. Clair College. She was the author of four Business Text Books and recipient of the Ontario Business Educators Hillmer Award. Upon retirement she attended and graduated from American Airlines School as a Travel Agent, giving her world travel opportunities. She enjoyed cooking and baking for family and friend gatherings. In the Domestic Shortening Cross-Canada baking competition, she placed first in Ontario and third in Canada. As an avid sailor and member of South Port Sailing Club, she enjoyed sailing and racing and the company of her Mainstays friends. Her artistic talents were displayed in the Flower Arrangements she created in competition as a member of the Greater Windsor Horticulture Society. She was Past President of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra Guild. In her senior years, she enjoyed living at Sunrise Senior Living where she was the Resident Ambassador, and President of the Residents’ Council. The family wishes to thank the entire staff at Sunrise for the compassionate care given Helen, and making her final days happy and comfortable. To CCAC and St. Elizabeth, the family offers their thanks and appreciation.