Kevin J. Heinrich, age 56, of West Burlington, formerly of Danville, IA, died at 9:10 a.m. Sunday, December 29, 2019 at the Great River Klein Center.
Born March 26, 1963 in Glendive, MT, he was the son of Charles "Chuck" and Diane (Douglass) Heinrich.
Kevin attended Danville High School. He worked at K-Mart and as a farm hand.
He attended First Assembly of God Church and Open Bible Church.
His hobbies included taking walks, bike riding, fishing and drinking Mountain Dew. He was a Scout leader and loved being a greeter at Great River Klein Center and talking about Jesus.
Survivors include his parents, Chuck and Diane from Monmouth, IL; one brother, Kirk (Teri) Heinrich of Topeka, KS; two sisters, Kim (Joe) Howell of Burlington and Kandi (Sam) Dunham of Monmouth, IL; and twenty nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents.
A celebration of Kevin's life will be 2:00-5:00 p.m. Saturday, January 18th at the First Church of Nazarene, 1015 S. Roosevelt Ave., Burlington, IA.
According to Kevin's wishes, cremation has been entrusted to Lunning Chapel.
A memorial has been established for Great River Klein Center Activity Department.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We met Kevin as we came to visit at Klein and then when we went to perform for Silver Singers. My husband Mike sings and I play bass. Kevin would wear a Santa hat. I came in one day w/ a Santa hat w/ a spiral top. He loved it. I finally found one online and took it to him. He wore it last Christmas for Silver Singers. We missed him at our performance this holiday. What an example of turning a tragedy into positive opportunity to share and pray with others. Becky and Mike McCullough
Kevin always greeted us when we came to Klein to visit our aunt and later my sister. What a nice man!
Kevin was one of the kindest most caring person I know he would always pray for me when he knew I was down always made me smile when he called me his little housekeeping buddy you will always have a special place in my heart i know your free up in God's paradise fly hi with the angels God Bless you
My sympathy to Kevin's family he was a very nice and caring young man. Know that anyone who has met him will always have wonderful memories of him.
Chuck & Diane
Kevin will be dearly missed! He was an amazing man with two amazing parents. Thoughts and prayers to you both .
Kevin loved his beanie babies
Chuck, Diane and family - Such a special young man was Kevin - had a smile, a gift, a prayer and a blessing for all those he met along the way - what a gift he was to all. Loved Ice cream ana pizza. I know he is dancing happily with the angels and loving those friends and family he is connecting with in heaven. He has earned his wings. He was such a mentor to so many. to the family, I wish you peace. - Great photo of Kevin
What a kind and wonderful person Kevin was. I can't picture him without a big smile on his face. Kim and family, I'm very sorry for your loss. I truly believe he was ready and it was his time. God bless.
We met Kevin while my mom was a resident at the old Klein’s. He and my late husband bonded and became friends . We continued seeing Kevin at the Klein’s because my aunt Rosey was there. He would call my husband from time to time and they enjoyed talking and praying for each other. Heaven is having a grand reunion now that Kevin has joined Rosey and Keith. He will be missed. So sorry for your loss. Donita Corman
Always greeted us with a smile at Klein's, a very special man.
Steve and Judy Mixer
Although we never met Kevin, we feel we’ve gotten to know him through all the posts others have shared on Facebook. He brought so much joy to others and was a blessing to his family and all those he met. You will continue to be in our hearts, thought and prayers. Love, Jim and Jolene Garcia
I thank God that I got the honor to know you!!! You always had a prayer, joke, and story to tell. You were like another brother to me. I will miss you dearly. Soar high and fly with the angels Kevin!!! God Bless! Deepest sympathies to Chuck, Diane, Kim, Kirk, Kandi and family for your loss.
Kevin was one of the most Spirit-filled individuals I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. When Kevin prayed over a person - they knew they’d been prayed for!!!! I will miss him. Pastor Jan
May you be dancing on the streets of Heaven!💞
I did an internship at the Klein Center in 2016 and I remember Kevin always liked telling me jokes are giving me funny pictures. He was a very nice man. I'm sorry for your loss.
When my Mom went to Klein’s 5 years ago we had the privilege of getting to know you! You have been such an inspiration to me and my family. You were so unselfish and instilled Jesus in everything you did. My grandson, Josh, will always remember you with all the little furry animals you gave him. My Mom passed on 12/8 after she moved from Klein to a nursing home in Florida. Didn’t know you would be soon to follow her and she is greeting you in Heaven. Love to you’re Mom and Dad who I know are going to miss you but are happy for you to be in such a wonderful place now!
You will always be in my heart and prayers!
Im so sorry for your families loss ,, my prayers and condolences ..
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