Woodlawn Funeral Home


Katherine Evelyn Heppner

20 junio , 192515 octubre , 2020

Katherine was born to Peter and Gertrude (Boldt) Dyck and grew up on a farm in Grassy Lake, AB., together with Henry, Peter, John, Elizabeth, Helen, Mary, and baby Annie who died in infancy.

Katherine graduated from the M.B. Bible College in Winnipeg with both a diploma in Missions, and her Bachelor of Religious Education; also an Education diploma from the University in Calgary, AB. She then taught school in Bow Island for 3 years, and 12 years in Lethbridge, AB. At this time she also cared for her aged parents until they were promoted to heaven.

In 1987 she moved to Abbotsford, B.C. Here she met and married Herbert Heppner, a widower with six children

Cancer attacked Katherine at age 29, and kept spreading in spite of numerous surgeries. She said, “Cancer can kill me, but it can’t get me down,” and it didn’t until she finished her race of life and went to be with Jesus Christ, whom she loved and served, on October 15, 2020.



No hay servicios públicos programados en este momento. Reciba una notificación cuando se actualicen los servicios.


Katherine Evelyn Heppner

have a memory or condolence to add?

Rose Miller

noviembre 8, 2020

Kay always said she was going to the Lord in bits and pieces, every time she faced another surgery but that He wasn't quite ready for all of her! She had an amazing zest for life, always ready with a quick answer with her great sense of humor! I will always be grateful for her sharing her love of the Lord with me! She was a true gift from God to me!

Frieda Clark

octubre 25, 2020

Frieda Clark

octubre 24, 2020

Peter and Helen Dyck
Occasionally, "Aunt Kay" would come from Alberta to the
Fraser Valley and visit our family on the farm. It was always
an exciting time when she arrived. There were so many of
us children to welcome her. It was as if she were a movie star.
Everyone would be asking her questions and she wouldn't know
who to answer first. We definitely ran circles around her.
As we grew up, some of us moved to Alberta. We were able to
visit her in her own home and enjoy her hospitality. But soon she
moved to BC in the Fraser Valley and once again there were many
miles between us. However, this did not hinder our lines of
Aunt Kay has always been an encouragement to us to walk in the Light of the Lord. It has truly been a blessing for us to know how much she loved the Lord as much as she did. Her prayers for us did not go unanswered and we have been held in the Palm of His Hands to this
So, Aunt Kay, on this, your "Promoted to Glory" day, we thank you for your love and many prayers. We love you dearly,
Peter Dyck's Children

Christine Rue

octubre 24, 2020

Katherine Evelyn (Dyck) Heppner June 20, 1925 – October 15, 2020

Katherine (Kay) passed away into the arms of her loving Lord October 15, 2020. She was born to Peter W. Dyck and Gertrude (Boldt) in Alexanderfeld, Russia. The family moved to Canada, to Grassy Lake, Alberta in 1926. When Kay finished her schooling, she then went on to University of Calgary, receiving her teaching degree. She also received her Bachelor of Religious Education. She taught school until 1974 when she retired due to illness. She then moved to Lethbridge. She travelled a lot which she loved to do.
In July 1987 Kay move from Lethbridge, AB to Abbotsford, B.C. There she met Herb Heppner and they were married September 17, 1994.
Kay was predeceased by her husband Herb Heppner December 19, 2006. She was also predeceased by her siblings and their spouses: Henry and Kay; Elizabeth and Abe Enns; Lena and Abe Pauls; Mary and Abe Dyck; Peter and Helen Dyck and John and (Erna) Dyck.
She leaves to mourn her Brother John Dyck’s 2nd wife Susie, many nieces and nephews and her stepchildren.
She loved the Lord Jesus whom she trusted and relied on throughout her entire life.
As she has said of others who have passed away: She has been promoted to Glory!


Aprenda más sobre Heppner el nombre