|Helena Thornfeldt Bio|
Helena Thornfeldt Bio
Thornfeldt is a native of Borlange town in Sweden. She lived in the city of Villa Rica, 35 miles west of Atlanta, in Georgia, at the time of her death.
Thornfeldt, a player from the left. Thornfeldt won the United States in 2002. The Open Championship completed in the contests in 1996 as a runner-up. Thornfeldt was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Women's Professional Billiard Association on February 2017. In the WPBA Masters, Thornfeldt completed fifth and 13th at the 2019 WPBA BLU-EMU Southern Open. Thornfeldt was ranked ninth among all professional pool players in the U.S., according to the official website of the WPBA.
Very sad news all over Facebook this evening, one of the great ones #gonetooearly R.I.P Helena Thornfeldt, this will be a tough one for the pool community, my thoughts are with everyone who will be grieving for her.— Sandy Badger (@Sleeeee) August 22, 2019
Helena Thornfeldt Age
52-year-old Famer Helena Thornfeldt's Professional Billiard Association Hall is dead. She passed away on August 20, 2019.
Helena Thornfeldt Cause Of Death
On 20 August 2019, Thornfeldt died. No cause of death was created public concerning the unfortunate passing of Thornfeldt. The unfortunate death of Thornfeldt was revealed by fellow professional pool player Janet Atwell in a heartbreaking Facebook article.