Helen C. “Sis” Reiter

December 22, 1941 ‒ October 23, 2019

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFIELD:  Helen C. “Sis” (Perman) Kimble Reiter, 77, passed away October 23, after an extended illness at Winchester Terrance Nursing home.

She was born December 22, 1941 in Mansfield, Ohio to William and Ida Perman.  Helen graduated from Madison High School, and had several jobs during her lifetime, the last being with Century Link.

 

Helen is survived by her husband David H. Reiter; sons Jerry (Sharla) Kimble of Dallas, TX and John (Tammy) Kimble of Crestline; their father Jerry Kimble; brothers Larry (Mary) Perman of Dublin and Randy (Brenda) Perman of Crestline; step children Tonya (Paul) Hampton, Tim Groscost, Trent (Jackie) Groscost;  grandchildren Jeri, Autumn, Bryce, Ryan, Johnathan,  and Kelly; great grandchildren Archer, Beckett, Willow, Weslynn, Max and Drew; along with  numerous step grandchildren, great grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren, and numerous nephews and nieces.

 

Helen was preceded in death by her parents, 2 brothers Roger Perman and Floyd Perman; 2 step sons Todd Groscost and Tevin Groscost.

 

A private family service was held in Mansfield Memorial Park.

The family would like to thank Winchester Terrance and a special thank you to Miss Angie and Miss Vicky for your outstanding care and compassion.

In lieu of flowers, please make a memorial contribution to Ohio Health Hospice.

Expressions of sympathy may be made to the family by visiting:www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • Helen and I became “BEST BUDS” while working at Sprint. We would run away on the weekends and our favorite place to run to was Amish country! After marrying Dave and leaving Ohio, we still kept in touch by phone and when they came home to visit, she and I made sure to get together to enjoy each other. She loved her family so much, and I after meeting her mother, several of her brothers, her sons, grandchildren and even a couple of nephews, I understood the love they had for each other. I will always remember my bud, that smile and laugh! My sincere condolences to you all …

  • Deepest Condolences to the Family. Have many good memories of Sis through Shirley Reiter. They were Great friends ❤️ and I am sure she was waiting for Sis . I can only imagine the celebration going on with the 2 of them together again.. Shirley hired me to help her do some things around her house way back in the day and I am pretty sure I spent more time at her huge table playing games with Shirley, Sis & Dave. The table talk between those 3 was memorable.. Hold onto your precious memories..