Frances Helen Bicking

frances bicking
Passed away on Wednesday, April 21, 2016. She was a resident of Fairfax, VA and Fort Myers, FL. She was the wife of the late George Bicking, also former wife of Elwin H. Napier, Dayton, OH. She leaves three children; Lee David Napier, Cinnaminson, NJ, Gloria Joan Napier Hall, Pittsford, NY and Marc Bicking, Maple Shade, NJ, 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren and three great-great grandchildren. She was born in Huntsville, OH on April 14, 1914. Daughter of David Kelly Blue and Laura B. Blue. In her early years, she resided in Dayton, OH and was employed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Later, she was a member of Ohio Eastern Star -Chapter 125, Fairfax Circle Baptist Church, Fairfax, VA, McGregor Baptist Church, Fort Myers, FL, Athenian Toastmasters Club, Mantua Women's Club and garden clubs in Florida and Virginia.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Fairfax Circle Baptist Church or charity of choice.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Marc-My sympathy to you on the loss of your Mom.She was certainly blessed to have lived such a full life. Sorry I have lost contact with you since your youth group which is many years ago.So many changes in our lives but good memories of those days.Blessings, Barbara Hull

  2. Helen lit up a room. She was a lovely woman, very kind, warm & welcoming. I’m grateful to have had the chance to meet her at FCBC’s Wednesday morning Bible study. May God help you grieve, give you peace in the process & joy in your memories of Helen.

  3. It was my pleasure to know and work with Helen these last 15 years. She was dear, kind, thoughtful lady that I know has touched countless lives in her 102 years. I will miss her sincerity and engaging conversations. My deepest condolences to her family and those closest to her. With Best Regards, Mark Chase

  4. After having spent time with and gotten to know Mrs Bicking, I am forever changed- for the better. I don’t think she really understood the impact that knowing her had on me. I love her very much and remember so many fun and happy times we shared. She loved to sing and she never lost her passion for it or her beautiful voice. She was so generous with her wisdom and kindness to everyone she knew. I always enjoyed hearing the wonderful stories about her life and childhood and many life lessons. I felt very honored that she shared so much of that with me! I’ll never forget the day I brought my daughter. Mira, to visit. I left Mira in the room with Mrs. Bicking while I tended to something. When I came back she had Mira reading Psalms 23 out loud to her. That is something that my daughter will never forget. Mrs. Bicking loved The Lord with all her heart and shared that love with all who knew her. I am happy knowing that she is at peace and out of pain with her Heavenly Father.

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