Helen Viola Britton was born February 12, 1926, in DeNoya, Oklahoma. She passed peacefully at 96 years old into the hands of her Lord on November 16, 2022, in Edmond, Oklahoma weakened by complications suffered from a stroke. She enjoyed a healthy and adventurous life growing up in the oil fields around Pawhuska, Oklahoma. At 16, in 1942, she left home, rode a bus alone to New Mexico, and married her sweetheart Thomas Warren Britton (Tom) who had joined the U.S. Army Air Corps. When he returned home after WWII, she greeted him with their first son, Tom Jr.Pursuing the oil industry with Standard Oil & Gas, they lived in several small towns in Texas, Louisiana, and New Mexico where their second son, James Edward, was born. In 1951, they moved to Salem, Illinois, Tom joined Texaco and their third son, Ronald Lee, was born. In 1954, they relocated to Tulsa near their heritage roots. Between 1960 and 1986 they moved to Oklahoma City, back to Tulsa and finally settled in Edmond, Oklahoma, where Tom passed away in 2007. Thereafter, she lived alone.She was a homemaker and focused her life on being a partner to Tom and raising her sons, always offering biscuits and gravy on the breakfast table. She was very active in the Order of The Eastern Star, a Freemason sisterhood order, where she assumed several leadership positions.She also faithfully attended Crossings Church where she matured in her faith. She was a warm and loving person who always had a treat in her hands for her beloved dogs, Gidget, Rusty, and Rowdy.Her husband, Tom, and two younger sons, James Edward Britton, and Ronald Lee Britton, preceded her in death. She is survived by her oldest son, Tom and Debbie Britton, granddaughters, Natalie and Tom Rogers, Kimberly and Frank Hanrahan, Christa and Jackson Sullivan, Jessica Britton, Laura and Matthew Compton and Kallee Britton, also grandsons, Jason and Laura Britton, and Travis Britton survive her. She is also survived by nieces, Debbie and Bill Parks and Patty Ann and Wes Schneider.As a lasting legacy, she is also survived by 16 great-grandchildren who she loved passionately.After her memorial service at Smith & Kernke in Oklahoma City, Helen was buried at Memorial Park Cemetery in Tulsa next to her husband-in-life, Tom, in an area including other Britton family members.Rest in peace dearest wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and GGMA. You are now in the loving arms of Jesus enjoying eternity with those who loved you and who celebrate your return home. We will see you again soon.