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Helen "Linea" Humphrey, 84, spent her last moments on earth at her home in St. David Arizona, surrounded by her family on May 21,2023. Linea was born July 1, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York to Henry and Helen Schierenbeck. As a child she had the privilege of performing at Carnegie Hall and was on a Roller Derby Team. Linea loved life and serving her community as a devoted member of the LDS church. Linea married the love of her life “Bob” Robert Humphrey on December 17th 1974 and lived out their life in St. David.
Linea retired from driving the school bus for St. David school after 41 years of making sure every child on her bus made it safely to school and home every day. She always looked after every child as if they were her own.
Linea loved to travel around the United States visiting all 50 states. Linea took time to fully live life, exploring Alaska and Europe. She enjoyed adventure’s going white water rafting down the Colorado River, cruises and cross country train rides. Above all her favorite place to go was Disneyland which she was able to share with all her grandchildren.
Preceded in death by: Robert M. Humphrey - Husband 1992, Melanie Treverrow Moss - Daughter 2005, Kenneth Blades - Grandchild 2017
Survived by: Sister: Donna Peer
Children - Kelly Free, Patrick Treverrow, Michael Humphrey
Grandchildren - Christopher Moncada, Tia Speer, Desiree Gustafson, Amanda Wood, Kristen Blades, Kayla Humphery, Shannon Treverrow, Timothy Treverrow
And 19 Great GrandChildren.
Services will be held at St. David cemetery on June 3rd at 10:00 am for all family and friends for a graveside service. It will be a public service so we welcome all who would like to attend.