Luzzilly Heiny
1947 - 2020
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Luzzilly Heiny

ALBION - Luzzilly "Lucy" Heiny, 73, of Albion, Indiana, passed away on Saturday, Sept 12, 2020.

She was born in Heidelberg, West Germany, on Aug 6, 1947.

Lucy had worked at Tokheim, and was the former co-owner of the Marathon Gas Station in Albion. More recently, she had been employed with East Noble School Corporation, where she found joy interacting with the kids.

She was an animal lover, and would often rescue dogs. She leaves behind her boxer, Scooby.

Lucy is survived by her daughter, Jeannette (Christopher) Gray, of Warsaw; granddaughter, Andrea (Cameron) Stalbaum, of North Judson; grandson, Justin Jackson, of Albion; step-grandsons, Derek Gray and Dylan Gray, both of Warsaw; and great-grandchildren, Maely, Garrett, Adleigh and Wyatt.

No public services are to be held.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Lucy's memory may be made to the Humane Society of Noble County.

To sign the online guestbook or leave a condolence, visit

Harper Funeral Homes, Albion Chapel, 771 Trail Ridge Road, Albion, is assisting the family with arrangements.

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Published in KPCNews from Sep. 15 to Sep. 16, 2020.
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September 17, 2020
I met Lucy working at Tokheim in Albion. She was always such a hard worker ! I loved her as a friend and will miss her dearly. So sorry for your loss. She left us too soon.
Brenda Conrad
September 15, 2020
Jeannette, it was always nice to see and talk with your mom when she would stop in at the REMC, she will be missed!
Sarah Owen Dreibelbis
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