Carl Edward Heimann
April 11, 1947 – September 4, 2014
Carl Edward Heimann, age 67, died Thursday, September 4, 2014, in San Leandro.
Carl born in Aviston, Illinois on April 11, 1947. He moved to San Francisco in 1971 after graduating with his master's degree in Indian studies. He worked as an insurance agent for various companies in the San Francisco area. He lived for many years on Lily Street and was instrumental in the Lily Street Easter Parade.
He was a charter member of the Castro Lion's Club, and was club president in 1990, 2001, and 2002. Carl was a life member of the Lions in Sight, and received the Lion of the Year Award three times in his 20 years of volunteering. He was also a member of the San Francisco Democratic Club.
Carl loved to cook and garden and was a generous man.
He is preceded in death by his domestic partner Hakan Nygren of San Francisco.
He is survived by his domestic partner Jerry Power of Richmond.
Carl, we'll miss you, be at peace. Please submit memorials to the Castro Lion's Club in his honor.
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