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Karen Jean Heuer

May 31, 1965 - June 12, 2021

Karen Jean Heuer Karen Jean Heuer
    June 19, 2021 | 2:00 to 6:00 P.M.
  • Yurs Funeral Home
    1771 W. State Street
    Geneva, Illinois 60134
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Karen J. Heuer (nee Gibbons), 56, died Saturday, June 12th surrounded by her loving family.  She was greatly loved by her husband, children, siblings and many others.

The daughter of late James and Kathleen Gibbons, Karen was born on May 31st 1965, in Elmhurst, Illinois.  On November 7th, 1992 she married John N. Heuer in Glendale Heights, Illinois.

Survived by her loving husband John N Heuer, daughters Allison K. (Michael) Terpstra and Erin N. Heuer.  Siblings Brian J. Gibbons, Kristin M. (Tim) Johnson, and Lane A. (Patricia) Gibbons; dear sister-law of Geri (Robert) Neidhardt, Marsha (Bob) Howting, Robyn (John Harris) Heuer and the late Debbie (Tommy) Moravecek; aunt to Erik J. (Brooke) Johnson, Adam C. Johnson, Samantha K. Gibbons, Lucy A. Gibbons, Paul N. Neidhardt, Kevin M. (Deanna) Neidhardt and Kelly E. (Chris) Baumann and countless number of friends.

In lieu of flowers please Made to Delnor Cancer Center ( address for Delnor Cancer Center will be posted soon)

A Celebration of life will take place on Saturday, June 19th from 2:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. at Yurs Funeral Home located at 1771 W. State Street, Geneva, IL 60134.


Kathy Sarlitto from Carol Stream, IL

"My sympathies to the Heuer/Gibbons family. I’m grateful and better off to have had Karen in my life. She will be missed dearly. Lifting you all up in prayer asking God to hold you and carry you through this difficult season of Life. With Love to all, Kathy (Thomas) Sarlitto"

Tim Wiechers - Assurex Global from Columbus, OH

"We are so sorry to hear of Karen's passing. As a business colleague for many years, Karen brought positivity, laughter and a love for life to every thing she touched. Her commitment, dedication and willingness to always help others was unmatched. We know her family and friends will hang onto the many cherished memories built over the years just as we will. There is a lot more laughter in heaven now."

Marsha Spear from Brownsville, VT

"I met Karen at E&O Plus meetings and looked forward every year to spending time with her. She was a wonderful person and so full of life. My thoughts nad prayers are with you all."

Emma Vitallo from St Charles, IL

"Mrs Heuer was like a second mom to me throughout my high school bowling career. She took me in as one of her own daughters, giving me advice on the lanes but also about life. Her kind, selfless heart will be remembered always. Rest well, until we meet again."

Tom & Missy Barton from Lily Lake, IL

"So very sorry about your loss….Sending our deepest condolences Love, The Barton Family"

David Gordon from Buckeye , AZ

"Goodbye, Karen. Thank you for 30+ years of friendship and humor. Always loved to make you laugh."

Mike Shipinski from Loves Park Il. ( Glendale Hts), IL

"My dearest and oldest friend. Please be at peace. Karen and I grew up together since Kindergarten. She was always a smiling face. Now she can look down on us and continue to bring us joy knowing she is watching over us. Rest In Peace Karen."

Robert Curran from South Elgin, IL

"I had the privilege of working with Karen for nearly 20-years. She was exceptionally talented, intelligent, hard-working and one of the best-liked and highly respected people we ever worked with. She always had a warm smile and was friends with everyone. She will be missed by her family and the countless number of friends that she had. Everyone, and I mean everyone loved Karen for her kindness, decency, and warm spirit. May God Bless Karen and her family."

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