Heidi Kirsten ALLEN
September 7, 1981 – May 25, 2019
Heidi Kirsten Allen, 37, recently of Mukilteo, WA, died on the night of May 25th, 2019 in Everett, WA. Heidi was born to Karen (Tarver, Allen) Lorenz and David Allen in Buffalo, WY on September 7th, 1981. Heidi loved creating beauty and was beautiful herself, inside and out. Heidi was an artist and studied interior design at Bellevue College. Heidi was proud of her contribution to constructing a dome house south of Olympia. Heidi was a loving mother who taught her children how to draw. Heidi made friends easily. She lit up a room and cheered up those around her, especially when her children needed comfort. Heidi made amazing homemade birthday cakes for her children's birthdays, including Barbie doll and Thomas the train cakes. When Heidi read a story, she made it come alive. Besides reading books to others, she read people and animals. She used her intuition and body coding to help relieve the pain of others, and this brought her great joy and purpose. Heidi loved making rainbows, being outdoors in the sunshine, and picking bouquets of fresh flowers for her home and for others. She is survived by her loving children, Tréa Allen, 20, and Cencio Breckheimer, 8. Heidi was an excellent cook and could throw together delicious food for her family with no recipe. She often cooked with her partner of nearly 20 years, Jon Breckheimer, 45, who is survived by her. Heidi was his best friend. She is also survived by her mother, Karen Lorenz, her stepfather, Richard Lorenz, her sisters, Camey Gathman (Josh Gathman), 35, and Escillia Allen, 33, and her brother, Jonathan Allen (Katie Lee Allen), 39. Heidi was preceded in death by her dad, David Allen, who always understood her well. She was also preceded in death by her grandparents, Stephen and Ruth Tarver, and Harmon Allen. Heidi was loved deeply and will be missed by those who were blessed enough to have her in their lives. She will be remembered and celebrated by her family and close friends in a private service.
Heidi Kirsten ALLEN
June 3, 2019
Heidi, you were and are special. I remember you and your brother and mom coming to Fort Collins to help after my car accident. You would crawl up on my lap or my bed and always had a book or three to share with me! And nap times (mine, not yours) you were there to cuddle this old grandma. I treasure the memories made after your dad's funeral when you and John brought Cencio to Jerome for a visit. I love you so much.
Laura Stephanie Allison
May 31, 2019
❤I was in a grouchy mood one day. I got a call from Heidi. When I answered, without even saying hello, Heidi exclaimed, "oh my dearest Stephanie! I'm so glad to hear your voice! Your voice always puts me in such a good mood." It was her voice that put me in a good mood that day.
When I was down and out in October of last year because of a house fire, Heidi brought me into her life and brighten it back up. I enjoyed making rainbows with her. 🌈We worked on a great deal of little art projects. ⭐She was so very creative and fun to be around.
She will be missed greatly by many people.
I would like to reach out to Jon, Trea, and Cencio. Please let me know if there is anything I could do.... Whatever it is, just let me know.