Helen Kadrmas

Helen Kadrmas

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A private Liturgy of the Word service for Helen Kadrmas, of Dickinson will be held at Stevenson Funeral Home with Deacon Ron Keller celebrating. Burial will take place in the Sunset Memorial Gardens, Bismarck, ND.

Helen passed away in her home on Monday, December 9, 2019.

Helen was born on February 18, 1936 on her parent’s farm in Billings County, daughter to Alex and Pauline (Roller) Meduna. She grew up and attended country schools in Stark County before graduating from Model High in Dickinson. Helen then attended Teachers College in Dickinson and later Dickinson State College where she received her bachelor’s degree. She also later received her Master Degree in Teaching from the University of North Dakota specializing in special education.

Helen married Edwin Kadrmas on June 10, 1958 at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church. Their marriage was blessed with a son, Eddie. Following their marriage, Helen taught third grade for twenty years at St. Wenceslaus Grade School and later went on to teach special education in Taylor Public Schools for another twenty years before retiring. She loved children and touched many lives over the years. Helen and Edwin made Dickinson home their entire life together. In her summers, she enjoyed gardening both vegetables and flowers.

Helen is survived by her husband of 61 years, Edwin; son, Eddie F. Kadrmas MD, PhD; his wife Kathy, and granddaughter, Cara; and also, sisters, Jean Silbernagel, and Ethel Weimer; and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Alex and Pauline Meduna; brother, Ray Meduna and his wife, Elaine; sisters, Martha Renner and Gladys Kubischta and her husband John.

Burial Date: Private
Funeral Home Dickinson, ND

A private Liturgy of the Word service for Helen Kadrmas, of Dickinson will be held at Stevenson Funeral Home with Deacon Ron Keller celebrating.
Burial will take place in the Sunset Memorial Gardens, Bismarck, ND.
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Ila Perhus

Posted at 12:00am
I have fond memories of, who will always be, Mrs. Kadrmas, to me. When I think of her I see her in the halls of the school. All of our kids went to school in Taylor and I volunteered there for quite a few years. She was always so kind and had a great smile. Ila Perhus, Marshall, ND

Vickie Silbernagel

Posted at 12:00am
Uncle Eddie, I know it will be hard for awhile but God has given your angel Aunt Helen a most peaceful home. Gods angels will be by your side during this time. Just remember all the vacation that you took with your family with my family jean and mark silbernagel. Dr Eddie I know we drifted apart when we got older but there is always time to open doors and talk. God bless you all during this time.

Diane Hausauer

Posted at 12:00am
May All Your Great Memories Comfort You! I enjoyed working with Helen on Badlands Reading Council! Great Memories of a Wonderful Person!

Deborah (Grundhauser)Ottmar

Posted at 12:00am
Uncle Eddie and family, my sympathy and prayers to all of you. May Helen rest in peace.

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