Carolyn Heinzelmann Obituary, Death – Carolyn J. Heinzelmann passed away on the 16th of December, unexpectedly and unexpectedly, after a brief struggle with a virus at her residence on that day. She went to her heavenly home unexpectedly and unexpectedly, passing away to her heavenly home. Because I wasn’t prepared to tell her “goodbye,” I haven’t been able to come to terms with the sudden change that took place, and it’s been 89 and a half years since it happened.
I had the good fortune to be able to spend a great deal of time with her and her father after they moved to Fort Worth thirteen years ago. This was in contrast to the previous thirty years, during which I was unable to do so. She astonished me because it seemed as though there was nothing she could not achieve or figure out despite the fact that she was a woman of her age! My sister Dru summed up her personality perfectly when she said that she was fiery, energetic, and had a servant’s heart.
I would also like to mention that she had a strong will and that she served as our family’s Minister of Food. I am thankful that Joni and I were able to have dinner with her a week before she passed away, and that I was able to see her the day before she passed away, having the opportunity to say “I love you” as my last words to her before she passed away. Both of these experiences have left me with a sense of gratitude. The United States of America, her family, her friends, and the University of Oklahoma were all very dear to her heart, and she had a lot of affection for all of these places. The legacy that she left behind will never be forgotten, and I long for the day when we will be reunited in the Kingdom of God. The legacy that she left behind will never be forgotten. I will never forget her.