Suzanne "Sue" Heinz

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  • "So sorry to hear of Sue's passing. Many good times to..."
    - Myrna House
  • "I have lost a wonderful friend and such a lady.I was in..."
    - Nancy Lamke
  • "We are so sorry to hear of Sue's passing. She was so..."
    - Bill Tom
  • "May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow."
    - Duane Gasaway
  • "As her "favorite daughter-in-law" (as she often addressed..."
    - Diane Heinz
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Evergreen Memorial Gardens Funeral Chapel
1101 NE 112th Avenue
Vancouver, WA

August 12, 1929 ~ May 8, 2011

Sue Heinz, a long time resident of the Vancouver, WA area, passed away at her home on Sun., May 8th, 2011. She was born to Eleanor and Arthur Dague in Muncie, IN on Aug. 12, 1929 and later moved to San Fernando, CA, where she graduated from San Fernando High School.
In 1951, Sue and her husband Leonard Heinz, moved from southern California to Vancouver, where they raised their family in the Barberton area.
Sue was co-owner of the Hockinson One Stop Grocery, employed by Kaiser Permanente and went on to retire from Vancouver OBGYN in 1991.
During her retirement, Sue was a volunteer at Kaiser as well as the
Clark County Court House. She enjoyed visiting with friends and neighbors, cooking and needlework, her dog Topsy and cat Pinky and getting together with the Lunch Bunch and Bunco girls. Visits from her grandchildren brought her great joy.
Sue is survived by her children, Donna Ewbank, Irvine CA, Cathy Kuter, Battle Ground, WA, Janet Neufeld, Vancouver, WA, and Steven Heinz, Caledonia, MI; nine grandchildren: Ken Hausinger, Karyn Shelly, Scott Stephens, Jeff Stephens, Nic Heinz , Brian Heinz, Colby Heinz, Andrew Wolf and Taylor Wolf; and six great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Lori Wolf.
In lieu of a memorial service, Sue's wish was that you spend special time, with a dear friend or loved one, reflecting on memories of the good times.
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Published in The Columbian on May 29, 2011
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