Maude Dick Heffelman
”1899 - 1924”

    Maude Dick Heffelman

    "I am home in heaven, dear ones.
    Oh, so happy and so bright!
    There is a perfect joy and beauty
    In the everlasting light.
    All the pain and grief is over,
    Every restless tossing passed;
    I am now at peace forever,
    Safely home in heaven at last.
    There is work still waiting for you,
    So you must not idly stand,
    Do it now, while life remaineth . . .
    You shall rest in God's own land.
    When that work is all completed,
    He will gently call you Home;
    Oh, the rapture of that meeting
    Oh, the joy to see you come!"

      Maude Dick Heffelman
      was born in 1899 in Oklahoma.
      Married Lonzo Heffelman (1877 - 1934).
      Daughter of John Dick and Rachel K Ball. She had 7 children.
      She died as a young mother in 1924 in Grove, Oklahoma,
      at the age of 25, and was buried there.
      Granddaughter of Thomas and Lucinda Charlo (Shilo) Ball.

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