It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our mother, Helen “Jean” Rollins, on Sunday, July 12, 2020 after a short battle with ovarian cancer. Jean was the first born to Lawerence & Helen Brinker on October 21, 1935 at the family homestead in Perrysburg. She graduated from Perrysburg High School, attended comptometers school and began working at LOF until her daughter was born. She married Darrell Rollins on April 18, 1959 at Zoar Lutheran; and they made their home in Williston Ohio. Mom was a stay at home mother who was involved in their activities such as den mother, band fruit chairperson and the “family” manager of the kids’ paper routes. After her kids were grown, she went back to work and officially retired from APS Medical Billing. She loved her grandchildren and spending time with them was something she treasured over the last 30 years, even if it meant sitting on cold bleachers watching their half-time band performances during rain, snow or freezing temperatures. Jean enjoyed singing in her church choir at St John Lutheran in Williston, collecting porcelain dolls, and putting together jigsaw puzzles. Left to cherish her memory are her children, Marsha (Jeff) Mihalko, Ronald (Jeanne), and John (Kelly); her grandchildren: Andrea & Adam Mihalko, Angela, Victoria, Jaclyn and Zachary Rollins; her siblings: Ruth Ann Hentges, Kathleen Hahn, Paul (Marlene) Brinker, Marilyn (Ken) Hamen, and Janell (Dave) Vickers; her sisters-in-law Barb Rollins, Joyce Brinker, and Debra Plumadore and brother-in-law George Brinker; and well over 70+ nieces and nephews. Mom is also survived by her “Finland daughter”, Inkeri Vihonen Ruuska, and her aunt Eileen Aufdenkamp. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband and brother, Richard Brinker. A memorial service led by Pastor Dawn Balduf will be held in Genoa at St John’s United Church of Christ, 1213 Washington St. on Saturday, July 18 at 4pm with visitation two hours before service. Social distancing guidelines will take place (face masks required if singing). In lieu of flowers, memorials in Jean’s name may be made to Hospice of NW Ohio, 30000 E River Rd, Perrysburg OH or St John Lutheran Church, Box 235, Williston OH. The family wishes to thank the Perrysburg NW Ohio Hospice facility’s staff and Dr. Phibbs and his staff who were very gracious and comforting these past few weeks and months. Also thanks to the Toledo Hospital 6th floor oncology nurses, outpatient infusion center staff, and Promedica Home Health Services who went above and beyond in the care of our mother.