Lucille Heuer


POINT PLACE -- Lucille M. Heuer, 87, of Point Place, died peacefully in her home on Monday, January 14, 2013.

She was born in Defiance, Ohio, on March 13, 1925, to the late Ray C. and Fannie (Schuler) Wiseman. Lucille worked for the Credit Bureau of Toledo over 35 years retiring in 1999. She served as a former Girl Scout Leader Troop 508 from 1958-64.

Lucille is survived by her daughters, Kathleen Flax, Christina Klem, Judy (David) Drumm and Judy (Dan) Rogers; "adopted son," Joe Kromenacker; grandchildren, Michael (Amber) and David Flax, Jennifer and Robert Drumm, Katie (Clay) Welch, Jan (David) Mays and Susan (William) Bruss; several great-grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Edna Mason, Lavon (Jean) Wiseman, Leo (Marilyn) Wiseman, Mary Ann (Howard) Hunt, Faye (Rex) Hall and John (Beth) Wiseman.

She was preceded in death by first husband, Robert Klem (1986); second husband, George Heuer (2002); one grandson, one great-grandson and five siblings.

Handling arrangements was David R. Jasin-Hoening Funeral Home, 5300 N. Summit St., Toledo, Ohio. Funeral services were held Friday, January 18, 2013, at 11 a.m. at Messiah Lutheran Church. Private interment was in Calvary Cemetery.

Those wishing to make a contribution in Lucille's memory may consider Hospice of Northwest Ohio, 30000 E. River Road, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551. Condolences, photos and fond memories to share with the family may be placed at

The family wishes to extend their gratefulness to the staff of Hospice of Northwest Ohio for their loving care of the whole family.

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  • My deepest condolences to her family. I'm Anges's daughter, Linda. Mom and dad used to bring us kids to Toledo and we sometimes with to the Stock Car Races with the family. Robert, their father, as I recall, loved the Stock Car Races. I remember so well playing with Kathleen, Christina, and Judy. I'm sorry I never met Judy Rogers or Joe, their adopted son. After us kids grew up we lost touch with everyone in the Klem family. My heart and my prayers go out to you in this time of great sadness. I often think about the good times we shared with the girls. Peace be with you. Linda Richter (Formerally, Linda Ripke)