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Stanley Arnold “Stan” Heyden

Birth
Cresco, Howard County, Iowa, USA
Death
13 Apr 2021 (aged 75)
Blair, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Burial
Blair, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Memorial ID
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Stanley Arnold "Stan" Heyden, 75

January 29, 1946 ~ April 13, 2021

Stanley was born to Arnold and Milda Heyden in Cresco, Iowa on January 29, 1946. He graduated from North Central Community High School in 1964.

That year he enlisted with the U.S. Navy as a submariner. Later he would go on to achieve Machinist's Mate and earn his Dolphins in 1970. While he was in the Navy he got his pilot's license.

He enjoyed camping with his family and visited many of the National Parks around the U.S. One of his favorite pastimes was woodworking and tool collecting. He was very involved with his church, serving in the Awana program for 25 years, a part of the Prayer Warrior team and Stephen Ministries.

Stanley Arnold Heyden died April 13, 2021 in Blair, Nebraska. Memorial services will be held Thursday April 29, 2021 at Reach Church (formerly Country Bible Church) at 11:00AM.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 38 years Myrna and his three children; Mark Heyden, Aaron Heyden and Heather DeWolf (significant other) and Sarah and Randy Marcum of Tucson, Arizona; two grandchildren, Sophie and Lara; his siblings; Kenneth and Ruth Heyden, Carol and David Huebner, Joyce and Ken Kleven, Marilyn and Gus Engels, Gloria and Greg Friedrich, David Heyden, Paul and Linda Heyden, and Brian Condon, along with his in-laws Don and Pearl Rathjen and Melvin and Joyce Rathjen, along with many beloved nieces, nephews and extended family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father Arnold Heyden, mother Milda Willis, step-father Wayne Willis, his sister Grace Condon, sister-in-law Lori Heyden, niece Denise Rathjen, and his father and mother-in-law Ray and Elsie Rathjen.

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from obituary courtesy of Campbell Aman Funeral Home--tributes from Facebook
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Sending my condolences. I can't remember if your parents were my Awana or Sunday school teachers. But I can't think of your dad without remembering the warmth and love he had for the lord. His dedication to serving the church. I am keeping your family in my prayers--Kelli Kramer, FB

Stanley Arnold "Stan" Heyden, 75

January 29, 1946 ~ April 13, 2021

Stanley was born to Arnold and Milda Heyden in Cresco, Iowa on January 29, 1946. He graduated from North Central Community High School in 1964.

That year he enlisted with the U.S. Navy as a submariner. Later he would go on to achieve Machinist's Mate and earn his Dolphins in 1970. While he was in the Navy he got his pilot's license.

He enjoyed camping with his family and visited many of the National Parks around the U.S. One of his favorite pastimes was woodworking and tool collecting. He was very involved with his church, serving in the Awana program for 25 years, a part of the Prayer Warrior team and Stephen Ministries.

Stanley Arnold Heyden died April 13, 2021 in Blair, Nebraska. Memorial services will be held Thursday April 29, 2021 at Reach Church (formerly Country Bible Church) at 11:00AM.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 38 years Myrna and his three children; Mark Heyden, Aaron Heyden and Heather DeWolf (significant other) and Sarah and Randy Marcum of Tucson, Arizona; two grandchildren, Sophie and Lara; his siblings; Kenneth and Ruth Heyden, Carol and David Huebner, Joyce and Ken Kleven, Marilyn and Gus Engels, Gloria and Greg Friedrich, David Heyden, Paul and Linda Heyden, and Brian Condon, along with his in-laws Don and Pearl Rathjen and Melvin and Joyce Rathjen, along with many beloved nieces, nephews and extended family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father Arnold Heyden, mother Milda Willis, step-father Wayne Willis, his sister Grace Condon, sister-in-law Lori Heyden, niece Denise Rathjen, and his father and mother-in-law Ray and Elsie Rathjen.

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from obituary courtesy of Campbell Aman Funeral Home--tributes from Facebook
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Sending my condolences. I can't remember if your parents were my Awana or Sunday school teachers. But I can't think of your dad without remembering the warmth and love he had for the lord. His dedication to serving the church. I am keeping your family in my prayers--Kelli Kramer, FB

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