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History plaques open along 89A

History plaques open along 89A

When talking about his latest project, Steve Segner sounds like a proud parent.“It’s my baby, that’s for sure,” he said.

Eva Heiliger

March 15, 1915 — Feb. 2, 2009

Eva Heiliger was born in Seattle, Wash., and moved to Sedona with her husband, Dick, in 1967. In 2001 they moved to California to be near their daughter.

Eva wrote articles for various newspapers including the Sedona Red Rock News and the Arizona Republic and was an active member of the Community Church of the Nazarene where she taught children’s classes. She also ran an antiques business.

Eva is survived by her daughter Marilyn McGinnis, three grandchildren, a brother and two sisters.


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