Helen Brammell Obituary, Death – Helen (Hartman) Brammell was born in Eminence, and she remained there until the day she passed away on December 15, 2022, at the age of 98, at the Norton Brownsboro Hospital. Helen was a member of the Hartman clan as well as the family to which she belonged, the Hartmans. In addition to being a member of the Campbellsburg Christian Church, she was also quite involved in the various activities that were hosted by the church, which she attended on a consistent basis. Her mother, Minnie Thomas (Coombs), and her father, Dr. John Chilton “JC” Hartman, both passed away.
Neither of them had any children. Minnie was also the name of her mother. They had no children between them. None of them had any children of their own. Additionally, her mother, who was also named Minnie, gave her this name to her daughter. She was the widow of the late William D. Brammell, and before he died away, she and her late husband co-owned and operated the Western Auto business that was situated in Eminence for close to 30 years before he passed away. Before he passed away, she was the widow of William D. Brammell. During that time period, she was recognized as the person who had recently lost her husband, William D. Brammell.
The term “Mrs. Brammell” was commonly used to refer to her at that point in time. She was a devoted mother and grandmother who treasured the time she got to spend with her family. Her children and grandkids fondly referred to her as “Mama Helen,” and she was affectionately recognized by that name by them. That was the moniker that her offspring and grandchildren used to call her. Her name was Helen. She considered the time she was able to spend with her family to be one of the most significant resources that she possessed and placed a great value on that time. She felt the same level of affection for her human friends as she did for her animal friends, and she held a unique place in her heart for each and every one of her companions, whether they were human or animal.