Helen Cinnamon, 82, passed away January 12, 2013 in Virginia Beach. Born on October 15, 1930, in New York City, she was the daughter of the late Louis and Jennie Jordan and wife of the late James E. Cinnamon.
She is survived by her son, James Cinnamon; daughters, Alice Deems and her husband, Jeffrey and Susan Dewey and her husband, Carter; grandchildren, James Rose, Michael Amato, Jennifer Matton and Holly Tomlinson; and great-grandchildren, Joshua, Jordan, Eden, Kaitlyn and Kiya.
The family will be receiving guest at Helen’s home on Saturday, the 19th, from 4 to 6 pm.
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Rest in peace and God Bless
My thoughts are with Mrs. Cinnamon’s family at this difficult time. I have very fond memories of my mom, Mrs. Cinnamon and Mrs. Aruta going out at midnight to drink coffee at the local diners. Mrs. Cinnamon was a funny, kind and sincere woman. Rest in Peace.
Irene Tenerowicz Yarbrougha
We were so sorry to hear about Helen. Your Mom and your family have been friends with ours since I can remember. I know it’s hard to lose your Mother but time has a way of healing us all. We will be thinking of you and keep you in our prayers
My sincerest sympathy to Jimmy, Susan, Alice and their families. It was an honor to know your Mom and Dad and to have grown up having your Mom as one of the “Independence Moms”, who looked after us all. I will always remember the good times we had together-and how your Mom made me feel like one of the family.
Jim, I am sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. I pray that you and your family are comforted from God with His Peace that Passes All Understanding during this time.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
My thoughts and prayers are with Helen’s family. Helen was a special person and she was always there to help. I remember all the laughs we shared.
We are all so sorry to hear of Helen’s passing. She, as all of you, we dear friends of our family. Until we meet again.