Friends may call at Swan Funeral Home until 10 a.m. Tuesday.
In lieu of flowers, friends are requested to contribute to the Helen A. D. Babcock Memorial Fund, in care of Peace Lutheran Church.
Charter Council members of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church will be pallbearers.
Mrs. Babcock was born July 3, 1901, at Calumet, Mich., and came here from Michigan in 1922.
Mrs. Babcock was married May 19, 1923, in Colorado Springs.
She was a charter member and Counsel Board member of Prince of peace Lutheran Church.
Mrs. Babcock was a past presiding officer of the following: Monte–Rosa Rebekah Lodge No. 4, Ladies Auxiliary of the Order of the Patriarchs Militant, Centennial Chapter No. 58 of the Order of Eastern Star, Past Matrons Club of Columbine Shrine No. 15, 4-H Club and Home Demonstration Club.
Her husband, Boyda B. Babcock, died in March, 1950.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Bonnie Lu Ragan of Colorado Springs and Mrs. Doris J. Hays of Ft. Rucker, Ala.; two sons, Boyda L. Babcock of Colorado Springs and Buddy B. Babcock of Route 2, Calhan: three sisters, Mrs. Annette C. Harstad and Mrs. Agnes B. Nyquist, both of Colorado Springs, and Mrs. Adeha Nelson of Wheaton, Minn.; a brother, Conrad A. Beckman of New Orleans, La., and seven grandchildren.