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Hellen Elizabeth Hux

October 24, 1939 — February 17, 2022

Hellen Elizabeth Hux, 82, the oldest of eight children, was born October 24, 1939, to Harold and Mae Wright, in Madill, OK. She went to school at Sulphur, OK. Hellen was working as a waitress and met Walter D Hux, who was a pilot in the Air force at Gene Autry, OK, Air Force Base. They were married 61 years. She had six children, 23 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Hellen lived in Davis, OK, Kingfisher, OK., Dover, OK, Gillette WY, and Madill, OK.
Hellen started the family at an early age. She taught values of honesty, hard work, thoughtfulness, loyalty, helping others, saving money, and selflessness. Hellen believed you should do the right thing to get the right result. Don’t get into trouble, and trouble won’t follow. Hellen was health conscience, a mentor, and a counselor. Her strength had an impact on her family. She was very conscientious, organized, and diligent. If Hellen needed to work daylight to dark, well, that is what she did.
Hellen’s interest and talents were vast and varied. It is truly a tragedy, that she will not be able to share her wisdom with the world any longer. Hellen was knowledgeable in so many aspects of her life. The lady had so much “know how” that she literally would make something from nothing repeatedly, which was amazing. On Christmas and birthdays, we looked forward to seeing what she had made for us. When you were at Grandma’s house, time flew by. She loved animals. For years, they had milk cows, chickens, and all kinds of animals. She could feed 50 people anytime unannounced, and never have to go the grocery store. We all loved her biscuits & gravy. Her biscuits tasted better than any yeast rolls that you have ever tasted, and the gravy was awesome. She could whip up anything that you would want to eat and not even use a measuring cup or spoon. Some of her hobbies included, crocheting, sewing, crafts of all kinds, porcelain dolls, quilting, ceramics, woodworking, and needle point. She would try anything and never shy away from “getting it done.” Usually, if she saw it, she could figure out how to do it.
Hellen owned Hellen’s Upholstery and Ceramics for years, in Davis. She worked at Otasco, and Circle K in Kingfisher, Ok. She was also a caregiver. She worked in several nursing homes and hospitals.
Her grandson, Charles Hux and his wife, Misty have helped care for her the last few years.
The rescue animals, Sugar and Ginger, the dogs and Patches the cat, will miss her terribly. They were always by her side. Loyal still today, waiting for her return.
She was proceeded in death by her husband, Walter; son, John Hux; daughter, Billie Tite; grandson, Jason Hux; her parents; sister, Ida Stanford; and half-brother, Wille Waterson.
Survivors are sons, Walter Hux and wife Barbara, Mark Hux and wife Tonya, and Glynn Hux; daughter, Sheri Hansen, and husband Robert; brothers, Raymond Wright, and Jack Wright; sisters, Doris Turner, Martha Stacey, Lillie Henry, and Lula Brewer; and numerous sisters in law, brothers in law, nieces, nephews, and friends.
Hellen could save money and stretch a penny further than anyone. She never splurged on herself.
She was always selfless.
She will be forever in our hearts and missed very much every day. But her love for the Lord, assures us, that we will see her again.
At Hellen request, and her final wishes, there will be no service.

Hellen’s obituary was lovingly written by her family.

Cremation services were “entrusted to” Hale’s Funeral Home of Sulphur.
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