Helen J. North
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Helen J. North
Helen J. North
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BENNINGTON- Helen J. North, 92, formerly of Woodbridge and Hamden, CT, died October 28 in Bennington. She was the widow of Andrew North, to whom she was married for 42 years. Born in Bridgeport, CT, she was the daughter of Albin and Mary (Sulik) Kisluk.

Mrs. North was a 1937 graduate of Ansonia High School and attended New Haven College for business and accounting courses. She was an accomplished businesswoman who began her career as office manager at Kisluk Manufacturing in Ansonia, CT, and later owned several successful beauty salons and restaurants throughout Connecticut. Her greatest accomplishment was her devotion to faith, family, and friends. She was a long- time member and communicant of Our Lady of Assumption Church in Woodbridge, CT. Throughout her life, Mrs. North enjoyed and designed flower gardens, loved to cook, and in her later years took up watercolor painting.

Mrs. North is survived by her daughter, Carole North, of West Dover; her sister, Jayne Balcer, of Bethlehem, PA; and a host of nieces and nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephews. She was predeceased by her son, Ronald North; brothers, Henry Kisluk, Edward Kisluk, Joseph Kisluk; and sister, Mary Sarella.

A service was held at the Sisk Brothers Funeral Home, 3105 Whitney Avenue, Hamden, CT.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.

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