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© The Enid News and Eagle
17 November 2020
Submitted by: Glenn

Jeannine Lucie (Friedrich) Heckman

Jeannine Lucie (Friedrich) Heckman
August 1, 1937 ~ November 15, 2020

Funeral services for Jeannine Lucie Heckman, 83 of Enid, Oklahoma will be 2PM Thursday, November 19, 2020 at Anderson-Burris Funeral Home. Cremation will follow the service. Visitation with the family present will be on Wednesday 6-7pm at Anderson-Burris.

Jeannine (Mom) was born on August 1, 1937 to Marc and Charlotte (Boine) Friedrich in Toul, France and died November 15, 2020 in Enid. Oklahoma. Jeannine was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother and devoted Roman Catholic. Jeannine was a warm and affectionate person that had two greets for everyone; "Hello Baby" and "what do you want". The two things that you took away as a person when you left Jeannine's presence was a full heart and full stomach. She always made sure everyone that came to her house was well fed. Jeannine's warmth and affection will live on in the hearts of her family. She taught us how to work hard and love even harder.

Jeannine came to the United States with her first husband Thomas William Tucker in 1959 and resided in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. They later moved to Enid in 1974 with their 3 children. A longtime employee of Central Machine and Tool Company, Jeannine later married Leroy Heckman in 1982. Jeannine loved her family and was a great mother and great grandmother to 9 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Jeanine was always warm and loving to everyone she met and would always welcome them to her home. She was a hard working and loving mother to 3 children (Marc, Mike, and Sissy).

Jeannine was preceded in death by her parents and a brother Marc Friedrich. She is survived by her husband Leroy Heckman of Enid, Oklahoma; brothers Roger Friedrich and Cyrille Friedrich of Toul France; Sisters Helen Roudebush of Independence, Missouri and Marrianne Baum of France. Children: Marc (Laura) Tucker of Russellville, Arkansas; Michel Tucker of Enid; Sissy (Kyle) Black of Enid and 5 step-daughters Donna, Sue, Debbie, Sherry, Barbie. Grandchildren include: Brandon (Brianna) Crawford of Russellville, Arkansas; Tyler (Samantha) Tucker of Russellville, Arkansas; Todd Tucker of Jacksonville, North Carolina; Step Grand-daughters Chelsea (Eric) Schrock of Dardanelle, Arkansas and Madison Mills of Russellville, Arkansas; Tanner Black of Enid, Taran Black of Enid, Lauren (Beau) Biggers of Enid, and Lane Black of Enid. Great-grandchildren include Aimsley Schrock and Raeleigh Schrock of Dardanelle, Arkansas; William Tucker and Sophia Tucker of Jacksonville, North Carolina; Jaxson Tucker of Russellville, Arkansas; and Nash Crawford of Russellville, Arkansas

Condolences online at www.andersonburris.com. 

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