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Guy A. Heckman

1933 - 2019

Guy A. Heckman 86 formerly of High St. Milton passed away on November 30, 2019 at the Rockwell Center in Milton.  Born in Milton on February 9, 1933 he was the son of the late John C. Sr. and Katherine (Nitterhouse) Heckman.  He was married on September 5, 1950 to the former Lois B. Helwig who passed away in 1961 and then was married to the former Pauline E. Lohr on June 23, 1962 who passed away in 2014.

 

Guy graduated from Milton High School and worked as a mechanic at Fulmer Motor Co, as a laborer at Enterline’s Greenhouses and then as a driver for Clemens Machine Shop.  He was a member of Watsontown CMA Church.

 

He is survived by a daughter, Gloria Correy and husband Robert Jr. of Milton; three sons, Keith D. Heckman and wife Georgia of Locust N.C., Jeffery Heckman and wife Brenda of Milton, and John Ranck and wife Connie of White Deer; a brother, William Heckman and wife Karen of Muncy; ten grandchildren; and numerous great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nephews and nieces.

 

Guy was preceded in death by his parents; his wives; three brothers, John Heckman, Jr., Harold Heckman, and Clarence Heckman; two sisters Jean Baker and Jessie Mae Prowant; a great granddaughter.

 

Private graveside services will be held at the family’s convenience.

Condolences

My sincere sympathy to the family. As a child, I used to go to the garage to see my grandfather and dad. Guy was always there with a smile and something nice to say to a kid who was probably in the way. Sometimes he'd come down to our place, and he and dad would stay out by the garage talking. Guy is a part of my childhood that will always make me smile.
Marianne Fulmer Pursell

The Guy Heckman family was among the first we got to know when we moved to High Street. Guy was always there to help. He lived a good life.
John and Ruth Yingling

I remember Guy being "first on the scene" when we needed his assistance during the hurricane Agnes flood in 1972. He was a kind man who placed the needs of others before himself.

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