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Helen R. Reed Ealy
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Birth: Jun. 21, 1938
Chicago
Cook County
Illinois, USA
Death: Jun. 5, 1999

Miss Helen was born in Chicago IL, she moved to Muskegon as a child and attended Muskegon Heights Public Schools, after recieving her G.E.D., she went on to earn an Associates Degree in Education from Muskegon Community Collage.Miss Helen was employed by Whitehall District Schools. Knowing how important education was and how it could unlock many doors, she was inspired to pursue a position on the Whitehall Board of Education, during her 18 years of service, she eventually became President of the Whitehall Board of Education, she held that office for 13 years until her health prevented her from continueing. On May 12, 1999, she was honored when the Whitehall Board of Education renamed Whitehall Elementary School to the Helen R. Ealy Elementary School. Miss Helen was also involved in the creation of Little Blue Lake Cooperative a housing project for low income families and the White Lake Commitee for Interracial Communication and Understanding and was Vice-President of Helping Hands Neighborhood Association and tutored many neighborhood children. Miss Helen was preceded in death by her husband Emitt and a son Darrell Reed. 
 
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  Darrel Lavern Reed (1959 - 1974)*
 
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Burial:
Mona View Cemetery
Muskegon Heights
Muskegon County
Michigan, USA
 
Created by: Hilda Duell
Record added: Jun 07, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8885757
Helen R. <i>Reed</i> Ealy
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Helen R. <i>Reed</i> Ealy
Added by: Hilda Duell
 
Helen R. <i>Reed</i> Ealy
Added by: Hilda Duell
 
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- AR
 Added: Sep. 14, 2014

-Anonymous
 Added: Sep. 11, 2014
You should never be forgotten for the strides you made in education and for bringing people together. You worked hard all of your life and helped many people.God Bless You.
- Joan Pacitti
 Added: Sep. 2, 2014
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