Jean Heisler – May 18, 2017

Jean Heisler, age 84, of Amarillo, Texas, went to be with Jesus on the 18th of May, 2017.

Jean was born on November 18, 1932, in Hedley, Texas and grew up in Lelia Lake and Jericho. She graduated from Groom High School and attended West Texas State College. Jean married Jim Heisler on October 9, 1954. She was a devoted Christian, wife, mother and granny. Jean and Jim touched many lives through their home ministry for over 40 years, welcoming everyone with open arms and a warm heart. She enjoyed spending time with family, gardening, baking and seeking out great bargains at garage sales.

Jean was preceded in death by her parents, KC and Eula Reed, her brothers, Bob, Joe, John, and Tom Reed, and sisters, Janelle and Evelyn Reed.

She is survived by her husband, Jim and her five (5) children, daughter Sheryl and husband Billy Ward; son, Brian and wife, Mary Heisler; son Brad Heisler; son, Jimmy and wife Teresa Heisler, and daughter, Kathy Northcutt; eight (8) grandchildren, Elissa Barnhill, Aaron Heisler, Amber Womble, Brennan Heisler, Tim Heisler, Samuel Bustamante, Megan Bustamante, and Jorge Bustamante; and nine (9) great grandchildren.

Visitation will be held on Sunday, May 21 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.   Grave site services will be held on Monday, May 22 at 10:00 a.m. at the Jericho Cemetery in Jericho, Texas.  Celebration of Life Service will be held in her honor on Monday, May 22 at 2:00 p.m. at Freedom Fellowship in Canyon, Texas.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

8 Responses to “Jean Heisler – May 18, 2017”

  1. Leroy and Carrie Thompson says:

    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. What a lovely kind, sweet lady. Praying God’s peace and comfort for your family, love and blessings

  2. Leroy and Carrie Thompson says:

    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Praying God’s peace and comfort for your family, love and blessings

  3. Andy and Teresa Dorsey says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Jean was such a wonderful Christian woman and she will be missed. May God give you many happy memories and ease the pain of her leaving so soon. God bless you all, and we love you.
    Andy and Teresa Dorsey

  4. Greg Canada says:

    To The Heisler Family:

    May the peace and comfort of our Lord be evident at this time as you say see you later to a loved one.

    “Greg Canada”

  5. David Martin says:

    Jean touched so many lives in so many ways. She was like a second Mom to many of us who were blessed by time spent with Jean and Jim and their unique ministry.

    Jim and family, my prayers are with you in your time of loss, and I rejoice with you that Jean has entered the everlasting joy of our heavenly home! May the peace that passes understanding enfold you all.

  6. Ruth Trew says:

    Sorry for your loss. Jean was a friend at West Texas in the early 1950’s. We reconnected when we established the Route 66 Museum in McLean, She created a display on Jericho which still hangs in the museum at this time. Then she and Jim came to the convention when we inducted her brother Tom into our Hall of Fame. May God bless you during your time of sorrow. Ruth Schoenhals Trew

  7. Bill & Nadene Rowell says:

    Jim, Brian, Aaron and families – We are so sad for you on the death of your wife, mother and grandmother. Know the Lord will be your comforter along with wonderful memories of better times.
    Bill & Nadene Rowell

  8. Don & Pat Naugher says:

    Jim, Brian & Family. Pat and I were so sorry to hear about Jean. We pray Gods blessings, peace and may the Holy Spirit comfort you all in this time of sorrow.

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