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Hevinlee Melton

November 21, 1944 - November 11, 2018

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    Paul Bergquist says

    I love you always in with god

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    Karen Edwards says

    Hevinlee was an Angel here on earth. She went through some really bad times in her life, but she never wavered in her Faith. When you met Hevinlee, she had this special Glow. Her eyes sparkled, and she always had a big smile on her face. She always put the needs of others before her own. She prayed for everyone; even those she didn’t know, if she knew they needed to be prayed for. She loved telling you stories of how God had worked in her life. She was a true testimony of our Lord; and you just felt such a warmth being in her presence. The love she had for her husband, Brian, was really special . They shared a bond that you rarely see in marriages today. If you needed to talk, she would put everything aside, just to listen, and of course, always praying for you. She was a dear friend, who I am gonna to miss so much. Prayers continue for Brian and her family.

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      Dene' says

      I got lost looking at the beautiful fall foliage the other day, The trees look just how they did on the day you passed away. As I admired their beauty your voice came to me. “Do you remember how I would tell you when you were young that Jesus was painting the leaves?” You always asked me this and I always answered “Yes, I remember” you taught me to recognize their beauty that preceded their death. Now as I gaze upon the leaves that Jesus has painted I remember your life. I know you are finally at peace now and take solace in that. I love you.

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    Amber Frazier, Allie and Evan Giuliano says

    Sending our condolences

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    William J Craig says

    I know we didn’t always get along and we caused each other pain through the years but I never hated you, I was just acting out of pain. If anything I am grateful to you for many things that you taught me and brought into my life. I am just hopeful that you were truly happy these last few years of your life as you deserved it for all you had been through and what I put you through.I am a better person for having known you. I hope you know this and are at peace reunited with your Dad and Joey. My condolences to Brian, Sarah, Chris,Mike, Eric, Dene and all the grandkids…..(former spouse)

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Hevinlee M. Melton, 73, passed away on November 11, 2018 in Evansville, IN.  She was born on November 21, 1944 to Joseph and Anne Falzone in Revere, Massachusetts.

Hevinlee was such a spiritual and vibrant woman. She was a member of Evansville United Christian Fellowship for 3 years. She loved to paint. One of her loved works was of her dancing with Jesus. She was a published author. Her book was called A is for Auntie B is for Bad. She was so loved and adored by her family and her husband of 15 years, Brian Melton. She loved everyone she met, especially her children.

Hevinlee is survived by her husband Brian Melton, her children Michael (Michelle) Giuliano, Eric (Tracy) Giuliano, Dene (Jason) Ludwig, Chris, and Sarah, 14 grandchildren, her half-siblings Darlene and Tommie, and her mother Anne Falzone.

She was preceded in death by her father, Joseph Falzone, and her son Joseph.

There will be a celebration of life at Sunset Funeral Home on Wednesday, November 21st   from 12 p.m. until service time at 1 p.m.