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Helen Weitknecht

Helen Weitknecht, 93, of Fellowship Villas went to be with the Lord on April 15th. Born in Allentown on March 26, 1930, she was a daughter of the late Alexander Yanolko and Julia (Fenya) Yanolko. She was a children's day care worker and most recently worked as a Senior Center manager in Emmaus, Pa. She was the widow of William K. Weitknecht.

Survivors: Helen is survived by daughters Diane Weitknecht of Allentown, Karla Leitgeb of Allentown and Jill Proscia of Mayfield; grandchildren Erika, Ryan, Bella, Marco, Luca and Giacomo who is in the process of being adopted by Jill; great grandchildren Landon and Lacey. She was predeceased by her brothers Alex Yanolko, George Yanolko, Mike Yanolko and a sister Anna Yanolko.

Services: private burial at Laurel Cemetery, Fullerton (Whitehall) Pa.