well, broomhilda....I havent been the same.
I know to find my answers to things differently unlike we use to. I do remember way back in the late nineties when Brenda and I headed to Canada to catch you at the farm, just a little lady but strong n smart. Yes 2 of your cats I wanted to take home lol. To this day I wish I would have made it there in 2012 & 13 & 14 before you moved but health wise for me I couldnt. Oh I still put my helmet on knowing that you'll hit me....lol Anyways Compumatrix as you can see is srong....
Condolence: It was a tremendous shock to read about Helga's passing away.I have been out of the loop for a while.Returning to the Forum and learning great loss of our dear Witch was and is very very sad and distressing. I have known her way before Compumatrix and talked very often on almost daily basis.
She as every one has expressed,was a tremendous help in matters relating to Compumatrix and never hesitated in solving our problems.We all shall miss agreat and helpful soul.
Condolence: My sincere condolence ,I have had the pleasure of speaking to Helga I few times
in our town hall meetings, she was always
very help full ,she will be missed by all those who have gotten to know her ,
may she rest in peace ,till we meet on the other side ,Owen.
Condolence: Dear Lady I miss you every day. There will never be another like you. You touched my heart and my life in so many ways. I lift a glass of Schnapps to heaven in tribute to you. Thank you my dear sweet friend for allowing me to be part of your world. I will never forget the time we shared and the memories I hold of you will remain with me forever.
Condolence From: Alexan Kory and Debbie Noseworthy
It was a pleasure being a part of your Life.
You will forever be in our hearts!
I'm grateful for all we shared and the insights you provided.
See you on the other side.
Alexan and Deb
Condolence: Our beloved Helga Rita Degen was a fine lady deeply loved by those like me who came in touch with her. I was deeply saddened by the news of her passing and could not find words that could adequately express my feelings.
I remember the countless times I used to drop in at the Compumatrix townhall and would find that she and I were the only ones there. Her words were always comforting and encouraging . When I learnt she was ill I was hoping she would be around to see the joyous future that she foresaw for compumatrix, which it is now certain to have with her blessings from heaven. I am sure she is witness to all happening here from her spiritual abode with the Lord. I am also sure we all will have her good wishes and blessings in abundance. God has liberated her from the frailness and weaknesses of flesh of her physical body. Helga will be in peace with God and comfort us from there in future, as she did in the past while on this earth with us.
Helga is not gone . She is here spiritually with all of us.
Condolence: Not sure where to start... but Helga was a joy in our lives. We didn't get the chance to meet in person, but we definitely met in Townhall every day. Helga always made time to answer Steve's or my questions, and it didn't matter what the topic might have been. She was a "straight shooter" and helped to guide us in this business that was her calling. I will always remember her talking to Fritz (our 12 year old Dachshund) through the computer, telling him that it was ok to take Steve out for their daily walk. Fritz would tilt his head listening to her every time he would hear her call out to him. I think that even Fritz is missing her now. Our hope for the future is that one day we will meet Helga, but until that time, I like to imagine that she will be our guardian angel, watching over us and flicking Steve's ear when he isn't paying attention to her teachings. Helga will definitely be missed in our household, the days are a bit lonely without her voice saying "Good morning". At least she is not in any pain anymore. Rest in peace our dear friend.
Condolence: Helga served us way beyond the call of duty. It seems to me that she would always have been available to help us if she could have been. It was a privilege to have known Helga and the depth of the impression she left in me exceeds by far the briefness of our relationship. My sincere condolences to Helga's family and friends - may the Lord Jesus comfort you in your grief.