OBITUARIO

George Everette Heffner

31 mayo , 192510 enero , 2021

George Everette Heffner nació el 31 de mayo de 1925 y falleció el 10 de enero de 2021 y está bajo el cuidado de Lindsey Funeral Homes.

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Eddie Baughman

20 enero , 2021

Richard, I was sorry to hear about George’s passing.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Lisa Dean

20 enero , 2021

He was a good sweet veteran
I was his favorite nurse


He will be missed
Lisa dean
Harrisonburg veterans clinic

Zola Vapenik

15 enero , 2021

Dear Cousins,
I have many memories of U. George when we were kids but what I will cherish are the many letters he wrote to me over the past few years. He would always start by addressing me as "Dimpy" which made me smile every time.
I'm glad I had the chance to make a surprise visit to see him at George & Jens house and then see him again at Puddin's for a family picnic.
I will miss him, may he be at peace.
Love "Dimpy"


Kim Hudson

14 enero , 2021

Mr. George, you will be so greatly missed by the Hudson Family. You were such a blessing to us. You were always there to give a big smile and wave and we enjoyed our front porch chats, listening to your stories. I will always treasure those chats and I am thankful that you were a bright spot in our lives and in our neighborhood.
Signed, The Lady Who Chased Her Little Dog Through Your Yard and Into Your Heart

Beth Speelman Cumberlidge

13 enero , 2021

Hi Family, Thinking of you and keeping you in my prayers during this dark time, he was pen pals with my mom for awhile when she could still remember, coming to see her once and was really nice to her. Much Love to all of you

Yvonne Miller

12 enero , 2021

Dear Cousins, I am so sorry that we have lost our family patriarch, your Dad, Uncle George; it is a sad realization. There are so many family memories, I don't know where to begin. My favorite are the Ocean City vacations and all of the family holiday dinners when we were young. Of course, one of the funniest was Uncle George pushing Miss in the stroller on the boardwalk and her "picking up" a baby doll without him realizing it. Hugs to you all. May he rest in peace.
Love Puddin

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