Louis "LG" Glynn Heavrin
March 31, 1943 – December 19, 2019
Louis "L G" Heavrin, 76, of Fairdale, passed away Thursday, December 19, 2019. He was an Army Veteran, Mason, member of Minor Lane Baptist Church, Teamsters Local 89 and retired truck driver. He is survived by his wife, Louise of 54 years, daughters Tammy Heavrin & Debbie Wedding (Brian), son, Glyn Heavrin (Angie), brother, Gary Heavrin, grandchildren; J.B. Hill (Jennifer), Gina Bott (Mike), Glynn, Garett, Gracie, Russell & Andrue, great grandchildren; Blake, Kaylee & Emily. Funeral service for L. G. will be 12 Noon Monday, December 23, 2019 at Fairdale-McDaniel Funeral Home 411 Fairdale Rd. with burial in Mt. Holly Cemetery. Visitation will be 2-8 PM Sunday at the funeral home.
- Viisitation Sunday, December 22, 2019
- A Celebration of Life Monday, December 23, 2019
- Burial Monday, December 23, 2019
Louis "LG" Glynn Heavrin
December 22, 2019
LG and i go back to 1961 meeting in Bowling Green Ky at WKU I cannot express my feeling for him. We experienced so many things together like our time at school . Trying to buy a trucking co. And then going to Texas for Truck Driver training. He was responsible for three jobs I had in my life. For the last 25 or so years we spoke on the phone almost every week. When I was on the road driving a truck it more often than that. My deepest heartfelt condolence go to Louise , Tammy , Debby , Glenn and the rest of him family. I can only imagine what they are feeling. I could go on forever but I end by saying rest in pease and as you said “see you in heaven” so I will go for now my dear friend. Gilbert Higdon
Ronnie and Carol Mays Dillard
December 21, 2019
What a wonderful man and human being LG was. We knew him from our college days at Western KY University, Bowling Green, KY, in the 1960's. LG was in ROTC, and was described as a very good Company Commander. He was also a member of the award winning Pershing Rifles drill team.
LG always had a smile and good word for all. He loved the Lord, Louise, his wife, and family and friends. And we loved him. The evening of November 10, 2019, several of our friends gathered in Bowling Green for dinner. We face timed LG. He looked good, but told us about his cancer diagnosis. What a shocker, and amazingly sad, knowing what he and his family were going through.
I believe when our time on Earth is over, only one question will be asked: "Was the World a better place because you were in it?" His answer probably was not "Yes" because he wouldn't want to toot his own horn, but definitely "YES"we know LG is at peace in Heaven.
PS: Now the cat's out of the bag. We know what "LG" stands for.
The picture was taken in 2009 at a Pershing Rifle reunion. It was the first time most of us had seen LG in decades. What great fun that was.