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IN LOVING MEMORY

We are deeply saddened to inform you of the transition of Helen Devore Waukazoo (Diné) into the spirit world. Helen was the Chief Executive Officer of Friendship House Association of American Indians, a residential substance abuse treatment organization for American Indians that she co-founded in 1963. Martin Waukazoo, Native American Health Center’s CEO, and Helen were married for almost 40 years.

She was a beloved Matriarch, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, and Auntie.  The details about the memorial services for Helen are included in the post below. If you would like to donate to Helen’s memorial fund, click HERE (When donating, please indicate that your donation is for the Helen Waukazoo Memorial Fund in the notes section of PayPal.)

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ON THE COUCH With Martin and Helen Waukazoo


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