Helen J. (Tirrell) Gannon, 63, of 400 Eagle Drive, Barefoot Bay, FL, died June 6, 2021 at home. Born July 3, 1957 in Boston, MA.
The daughter of the late Thomas Tirrell and Gladys Hannon, grew up in Boston and has resided in Florida since 1993. She worked as a General Contractor in Florida. She enjoyed reading, camping, fishing, boating, New England Patriots, poetry, and photography. She also enjoyed spending time at home with and her beloved dogs, Brady and Reggae.
She is survived by her husband William K. Gannon, Daughter Tawnya (Gannon) Lopez and her husband Michael Lopez, son William M. Gannon, Step Father Edmond R. Hannon, sister Adrienne Morgan and her husband Mark Morgan, bother-in-law David Gannon and partner Matt Martorano, and many Aunts and Uncles.
A prayer service will be held at St. Luke’s Catholic Church, 5055 Micco Road, Barefoot Bay, FL. Followed by a Celebration of Life at the Pavilion in Barefoot Bay.
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