elevated Kengv December 15, 1977 – April 1, 2023

elevated Kengv With great sorrow, the Mensah family announces the passing of Helen Mensah; a wife, mother, sister and friend. She passed away on April 1st 2023 at the Mississauga Trillium Hospital a month after her surgery for a brain tumor. 

elevated Kengv Helen was born on December 15th, 1977 in Accra, Ghana to Mr. Emmanuel Mane Agyiri and Mrs. Ida Ohenewaah Agyiri. She migrated to Canada from the United Kingdom with her husband Emmanuel Mensah and two daughters Ida and Wilma on March 16th, 2010.

elevated Kengv In Ghana, Helen attended Achimota School and studied at the University of Ghana, Legon where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 2001. It was at this time she met her future husband. Helen went on to be a human resources professional.

elevated Kengv Helen was a strong believer and practitioner of the principles and teachings about the power of the subconscious mind. She was a co-founder of the Eagle Mentality Group and the African Mental Emancipation Movement. Her passion and dream have been on the complete understanding, intelligent and correct application of the principles of the power of the subconscious mind by all Africans both young and old.

elevated Kengv Her goal was to empower all individuals mentally particularly African, to enable them to realize their full potential through the knowledge, understanding and correct application of the principles and powers of the Subconscious Mind. Helen taught and encouraged every individual to believe that, they were born to soar like the eagle above all challenges no matter where they find themselves. That any individual with The Eagle Mentality’s mindset will thrive and blossom even in the midst of a multitude of adversaries just like the eagle.

elevated Kengv Through selfless and complete dedication to her purpose which is to serve humanity, Helen and her husband have been teaching and mentoring Africans for the past seven years. They taught about the power of the subconscious mind and spirituality as in divine metaphysics in over sixteen African countries and the world at large.

elevated Kengv Even in the face of great adversity, Helen remained a dedicated mother, wife and confidant to everyone she knew. Helen had the biggest heart and the most beautiful smile. She was a private person yet her presence and laugh brought joy to everyone around her. She was fearless and independent, yet sensitive and incredibly compassionate. She was strong-willed and stubborn, but these traits defined her. They were part of who she was and her strength undoubtedly helped her deal with life’s challenges.

elevated Kengv Helen was a strong fighter, and because of her faith in God, she is now sailing on a journey to distant shores that we cannot see.

elevated Kengv We know that Helen would say to all:

elevated Kengv “I have fought the good Fight”

elevated Kengv Helen is survived by her husband Emmanuel Mensah and her three daughters Ida, Wilma and Valerie Mensah. Helen also survived her parents Mr. Emmanuel Mane Agyiri and Mrs. Ida Ohenewaah Agyiri. Three siblings; Samuel Kofi Agyiri, Jude Darko Agyiri and Paul Ofosu Agyiri.

elevated Kengv Visitation
Saturday, May 6, 2023 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Catholic Cremation Services
6933 Tomken Road, Mississauga, ON L5T 1N4

elevated Kengv To view the visitation, please click HERE

elevated Kengv Funeral Service
Saturday, May 6, 2023 at 2:00 p.m.
Catholic Cremation Services
6933 Tomken Road, Mississauga, ON L5T 1N4

elevated Kengv To view the funeral service, please click HERE

elevated Kengv Burial
Assumption Catholic Cemetery 
6933 Tomken Road, Mississauga, ON L5T 1N4