Funeral   services   for   Mr. Lewis A. Heinrich,  86,  of
Gainesboro, Tennessee, will be held at 3 P.M. on Tuesday,
October 10, at Anderson – Upper Cumberland Funeral Home.
Private interment will follow at a later time at the John L. Clark
Memorial Cemetery in the Stone community of Jackson County.

The family will receive friends Monday from 2 P.M. – 9 P.M. and
Tuesday from 12 noon until time of services at Anderson –
Upper Cumberland Funeral Home.

Mr. Heinrich passed away on Sunday, October 8, 2006, at his
residence in Gainesboro, Tennessee.

He was born March 25, 1920, in Au Gres, Michigan, to the
late    
George Heinrich    &    Kathryn Urich Heinrich.  On
November 21, 1942,   he   was married to the late
Dorothy M.
Heinrich
, who passed away August 21, 2003.

He was a Lutheran by faith and a member  of  the  Rotary Club.
He was a loving husband and caring father and started the first
Boy Scout Troop  in  Gainesboro.  He  served  as  an alderman
and in various other posts in the city of Gainesboro. Mr.
Heinrich was a Little League coach and played on the Mohawk
Softball team. He was an avid golfer and worker of crossword
puzzles. He served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II
and the Korean Conflict.

He was preceded in death by
his wife: Dorothy M. Heinrich;
his parents:   George Heinrich  and  Kathryn Urich Heinrich; 1
Son:
Rick Heinrich;   1 Grandson: Will Heinrich;   2 Brothers:
George Heinrich, Sr. and   Bernard Heinrich;   and   
4 Sisters:
Millie, Lola, Jacklyn, and Marie.

Survivors include
3 Sons: George Kelly (Brenda) Heinrich of
Hendersonville,   TN,   William Scott (Claire) Heinrich,   and  Jon
Patrick   (Sandy)   Heinrich,    all    of    Gainesboro,    TN;    
7
Grandchildren:
Dustin, Kurt, Meg, Emily, Angie, Casey,  and
Bonnie;    
3 Great-Grandchildren:    Ivy, Lucy, and Peyton; 1
Brother:    
John Heinrich    of    Michigan; and 3 Sisters: Doris
Zellhart and Annie Hawkins, both of California,    and    Isabelle
Brandell of Nevada.

Rev. Wm. Russell Cain will officiate at the services.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the
Gainesboro First United Methodist Church, Lazarus House
Hospice, or the charity of your choice by contacting Anderson –
Upper Cumberland Funeral Home.
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