Jean Hill Heuermann


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Posted Online: April 23, 2013, 4:35 pm
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Jean Hill Heuermann, 59 years, seven months and four days old, passed to heaven on April 13, 2013, at her home in Ava, Mo.
A memorial service was held at United Methodist Church in Ava on Wednesday, April 17. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Jean Hill Heuermann was born Sept. 9, 1953, in Rock Island, to Roy and Marian Ferong Hill. She grew up in Coal Valley.
Jean was employed by Saydel School System in Des Moines, Iowa, as the kitchen manager for 17 years.
Jean and Kenneth were united in marriage on May 10, 1982, in Loup City, Neb.
Jean was preceded in death by her parents.
Jean is survived by her husband, Kenneth Heuermann, Ava; her son, Joseph Heuermann; stepchildren, Kathleen Westmorland, Milan, and Michael Heuermann; two sisters, Ellen Dixon, Rock Island, Iona Hill, Moline; one brother, Duane (Joy) Hill, Milan; three grandsons; and one granddaughter.












 



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