Eugene Paul Heptig

January 11, 1931September 20, 2020

Eugene, age 89 of Blue Springs, MO, passed away peacefully on Sunday September 20, 2020 at Missouri Veteran Home in Warrensburg, MO. He was born on January 11, 1931 in Flush, KS, the son of Alphonso F. and Stella (Umshied) Heptig.

He married Mary A. Warren on June 18 1955. He served in the United States Air Force during the Korean War and attained the rank of Staff Sergeant. He retired as a 30 year veteran of the Kansas City Police Department.

He is survived by his Wife Mary A. Heptig and his only Son Scott Eugene Heptig, Two sisters, Doris Gurss of El Paso, TX and Bonnie Marion of Corpus Christy, TX and many loving nephews and nieces. He is preceded in death by his Mother and Father, brothers Don and Earl, sisters Joan, Lucille and Lorraine.

He was a great man, and will be deeply missed.


  • Graveside Service

    Friday, October 2, 2020


Eugene Paul Heptig

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Frances Bell

October 1, 2020

Im One Of The Lucky Ones, To Have Been Blessed To Have Cross Gene's Path....Gene Was One Of The Kindest , Honest, Strongest Man I Have Known ...He Always Found Something To Be Grateful For, Even On A Bad Day~ Always Have A Story To Share, And Could Put A Smile Of Your Face...He Loved His Family Dearly...
You Will Be Missed, However Your Memory Will Live On `
Thank You For Your Service~
You Were One Amazing Warrior Of Life~

Janet Vogini

September 30, 2020

I am so blessed to have gotten to know Gene, even if it was for a short time. He was always so kind to me and my girls, and they LOVED his sense of humor. God bless the Heptig family.

Linda Peterson

September 23, 2020

I want to thank Eugene for his service to our country. Because of Eugene's service and to all of our men and women who are taking care of our country; we can all live our lives in freedom.
OUR VETERANS ARE OUR VERY SPECIAL HEROES FOR OUR COUNTRY. God Bless you Eugene for taking care of our country. Iam sure God and the Angels have already made a very special place in heaven for you.

Doris Gurss

September 22, 2020

Gene and I are9 months apart. So we were together all through school He was my protector always He was always so calm. He just went about his school and his job He worked at the Dickinson Theatre in Topeka,Kansas. For years and years He had a wonderful life with his wonderful wife Mary and his son Scott I will miss him. God please take care of my big brother. I pray for him πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ˜‡
Love you. Doris Gurss

Bonnie Marion

September 22, 2020

Gene was a wonderful caring brother. When I was a little girl, 6 or 7 yrs. old Gene worked at the Dickenson Theatre in Topeka as a ticket taker. Every Saturday he took me to work with him at 12 noon and sat me in the theatre to watch the double feature movie, newsreel and cartoon. I loved the movies and watched the same one over and over till 9pm when the last movie started and he got off work. He then took my hand and we walked to the bus stop and went home. That was the highlight of my week and I so adored him. That's my special memory and I shall treasure it always. I will always remember him as being patient and caring. The world is emptier without him. Rest in God's arms sweet brother.