Helen Delia Panarello, of Barrington

Posted 4/7/21

Helen Delia Panarello, born as Helen Delia Kelly on August 26, 1944 and died on April 28, 2020. Helen lived her entire life in Barrington. She is survived by her 2 daughters Brenda Dussault and …

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Helen Delia Panarello, of Barrington

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Helen Delia Panarello, born as Helen Delia Kelly on August 26, 1944 and died on April 28, 2020. Helen lived her entire life in Barrington. She is survived by her 2 daughters Brenda Dussault and her husband Ron and Sherry Amaral and her husband Don. She had 4 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren which she adored. 

 Helen worked at B.A. Ballou & Company for over 40 years.  She worked her way up from Shipping Clerk to Production Scheduler. Helen’s passions were her family and friends that she considered to be family. She loved playing cards, camping, traveling, and being a Girl Scout Leader. Her passion for scouting led her to be a leader for over 30 years and she loved all those girls like they were her daughters. Donations can be made for a campership to Girl Scouts of Southern New England, 500 Greenwich Avenue, Warwick, RI 02886.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Luke’s Church, 108 Washington Road, Barrington RI on April 10th at 10 am.

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