Gary Heilman


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Gary Heilman, a lifelong area resident, died Saturday evening, February 13, 2016 at his home in Troy. He was 64.

Gary William Heilman was born July 9, 1951 at Moscow to William J. “Willie” and Rene “Shorty” Germer Heilman.

Gary grew up and attended Moscow schools, graduating from Moscow High School in 1970. He attended North Idaho College for a time, then returned to Moscow to work in construction. He and Vicky Culton were married on June 20, 1987 at Coeur d’Alene. They moved to Troy in 1996.

Gary enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing pool and woodworking. His family and friends were everything to him.

He is survived by his wife, Vicky, of Troy; son Randy (Kayla) Heilman in Moscow and a daughter, Paige of Moscow, a granddaughter, Aaliyah and a grandson, Dean. He also leaves sisters, Brenda (Ken) Iverson of Moscow and Kim (Brad) Malm of Troy along with several nieces and nephews.

Gary was preceded in death by his parents and a son, Craige in 2015.

At his request, there will be no formal service. Memorials are suggested to the Humane Society of the Palouse or to Gentiva Hospice.

5 Responses to Gary Heilman

  1. Micki Oyen Moore says:

    My condolences to the family on the loss of Gary. I went to school with Gary in Moscow and remember him fondly.

  2. Gloria Luther says:

    I was so sorry to hear about Gary. We grew up a block away from each other and I have many fond memories of the Heilmans. May he RIP.

  3. terry olson says:

    My Condolences to Gary’s family. Especially Vicky, Randy and Paige. He was a good friend for many years. I know he will be missed by many. RIP my friend.

  4. Amy King says:

    Vicky I am so sorry for you loss, your in my thoughts. If you ever would like to get together it would be so fun to reconnect with you. Take Care my old high school bestie 🙂

  5. Fred Loaiza says:

    I ran into Gary the first time in Moscow about 1973. I really didn’t know him but he got myself and a friend out of some trouble. It was years later I actually knew his name. You don’t meet many people in this world that will stand up for someone just because its the right thing to do. Gary did that night and I am glad I got a chance to meet him and thank him. He will be missed.

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