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Angelica “Helly” Noel Morales, 1997–2002

Thursday, July 7, 2022
Angelica “Helly” Noel Morales

ROARING SPRINGS— Angelica “Helly” Noel Morales died unexpectedly in Roaring Springs, Texas, on June 24, 2022 at the age of 24.

Helly was born on December 25, 1997, in Lubbock, Texas, to Antonia and Javier Morales. She grew up as a child in Lubbock and Jayton, Texas. The family moved to Roaring Springs, Texas, in 2011, where she began attending Patton Springs School. She graduated in 2016 from Patton Springs in 2016, where she was also homecoming queen her senior year. In 2017 she put everything on hold to join Live On internship Over the next two years she would develop a strong faith and a very intentional relationship with the Lord. As she stepped into life she connected with her future husband, Dustin Winebrinner. On March 7, 2020, they started dating and began actively planning their future together.

Helly is survived by her parents, Antonia and Javier Morales; her fiancé, Dustin Winebrinner; her sister, Christina Sumner and husband Anthony Sumner of Roaring Springs; her brother Javier Morales Jr. and wife Leighan Morales of Sunray Texas; her brother Frankie Morales of Roaring Springs, Texas; her nieces Liz and Jalyn Sumner, Taylor and Janie Morales; and her nephews Waylon Sumner and Julian Morales.

She is preceded in death by infant sister Elizabeth Morales, maternal grandparents Tony and Nora Casillas, and paternal grandparents Feliciano and Janie Morales.

Helly was accomplished at writing and often wrote spoken words as she would gain revelation or insight from the Lord. She mastered the art of friendship by living a selfless life and constantly putting others' needs before her own. She loved to travel, and that mainly included going to see Dustin’s family in Arkansas or a lastminute road trip. Her faith and fight for her family was extreme and undeniable. She always went above and beyond to take care of them. Her contagious laughter, practical jokes and spontaneous mindset kept a smile on everyone’s face and laughs in the room. She would love to walk the dogs during sunset just to take advantage of the beautiful view. She was a very active member at Springs of Life church, where she impacted so many lives from the youngest to the oldest.

Funeral services were held at 10:00 a.m. Friday July 1, 2022 at Full Gospel Church in Roaring Springs. Russell Chandler and John Murdoch officiated the ceremony under the direction of Zapata Funeral Home.

The family would like to thank Motley County EMS and the staff of Crosbyton Hospital for their help and professionalism during this difficult time.