Sue A. Heil

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Sue A. Heil

March 18, 1934 - November 07, 2018

Sue A. Heil Sue A. (Porter) Heil, 84, of Henryville, IN, passed away at 12:58 a.m. on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at Baptist Health Floyd Hospital in New Albany, IN.
Born March 18, 1934, at home in Salem, IN, she was the daughter of Lloyd C. and Martha M. (Akers) Porter, who preceded her in death.
On December 18, 1953, she married Harold B. Heil, who passed away April 22, 1999. Together, they loved and raised four children, Brenda (John) McDermott, Sally (Shawn) Valentine, Sheila (Perry) Dickson, and Steven (Cindy) Heil. Harold and Sheila went to heaven before Sue and are deeply missed. Sue was a 1952 Salem High School graduate and earned her bachelor's degree in nursing from Indiana University Southeast.
She was a proud grandmother to seven grandchildren, Emily Smith Johnson (Tim), Erica Richert (Derek), Craig Smith (Nicole), Sherry Dickson Speaks (Jody), Evan Leenen, Abby Dickson Ramsey (Matt), and Jared Heil; four step grandchildren; and 18 great grandchildren.
Sue was a registered nurse, she loved her church, Henryville United Methodist Church, where she was a member, enjoyed reading, crossword puzzles, art, and spending time with her family.
She was also preceded in death by a brother, Jerry Porter.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. on Friday, November 9, 2018 at Henryville United Methodist Church, with burial to follow at Mt. Zion Cemetery., Henryville.
Visitation is Thursday, from 3 to 8 p.m. at Adams Family Funeral Home & Crematory in Henryville, and after 9 a.m. Friday at the church.
The family requests in lieu of flowers, please donate to Ovarian Cancer Research in memory of her daughter, Sheila c/o Adams Family Funeral Home and Crematory, 209 S. Ferguson, St., Henryville, IN 47126.
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Published on November 7, 2018
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