Helen Ashworth Obituary, Death – Findlay, Ohio was the location where Helen “Freddy” Ashworth made her debut into the world on November 17, 2000, right in the thick of the first snowfall of the year. They said their goodbyes to us on December 2, 2022, which was much too soon. Freddy’s parents, Robert and Jeanne (Lange) Ashworth, together with their sister Sarah and honorary sister Haley Johnston, are the only surviving members of Freddy’s family. Freddy’s honorary sister is named Haley Johnston. In addition, their grandmother, Susanne Lange, as well as a significant number of other relatives, including aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends, are still living.
Freddy spent the bulk of their formative years in Tiffin, Ohio, where they attended Bridges Community Academy and St. Mary’s school, prior to moving to Powell and Worthington, Ohio, both of which are located in the state of Ohio. They graduated from Thomas Worthington High School on the 19th of May in 2019, earning their diploma in the process.
Freddy was sincerely committed to living a life that was just, showing compassion and respect to all people, and he demonstrated this commitment throughout his entire life. In addition to this, he was quite concerned about the state of the environment. They volunteered their time and services to Sister Shirley Shafranek during the previous year at Seeds of Hope Farm in Tiffin, Ohio, which is a part of the Franciscan Earth Literacy Center. During their stay at FELC, Freddy helped care for the hens, grew and tended food in the greenhouse and gardens, and worked with employees at Seeds of Hope Farm who had developmental impairments.
A memorial service honoring Freddy’s life will be conducted on Saturday, December 10, at 2:00 p.m. at the Engle Shook Funeral Home in Tiffin, which can be found at 135 North Washington Street. In lieu of sending flowers to the funeral home, individuals are encouraged to make contributions to the Freddy Ashworth Memorial Fund that is housed within the Franciscan Earth Literacy Center.