John William “Bill” Heenan, age 71, died November 5, 2020 in Springville Utah.  Bill was born in Kansas, Missouri on August 23, 1949 to Peter J. Heenan and Lillian M. Crenshaw, he returns to his heavenly home to reunite with his wife Saundra I. Harrison to golf and bowl.

Bill served his country as a member of the Navy during the Vietnam war.  After growing up Catholic, he became a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was witty and always made those around him feel welcome and comfortable.

Bill loved spending time with family and is survived by his 6 sons, Damien Heenan, and John (Stephanie) Heenan, Jeffery (Lori) Pullan, Scott (Kim-Michelle) Pullan, Michael (Jamie) Pullan, and Brian (Deb) Pullan, 21 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, who all returned his love with enthusiasm; siblings Caroline Heenan, Marsia Walker, and Mary Jane Haake.

Preceded in death by his parents Peter J. Heenan and Lillian M. Crenshaw, and wife Saundra Irene Harrison.

Services will be held Friday, November 13, 2020 at Mountain View Memorial, 3115 E. 7800 S. Cottonwood Heights, UT. A viewing will be held that same day from 10:00-11:45 am. Outdoor funeral services will be beginning at 12:00 pm. Please respect others by adhering to CDC guidelines. The services will be streamed live via Zoom by using this link:


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Memorial Mountain View Mortuary & Cemetery
3115 East 7800 South
Cottonwood Heights, UT

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Worked with Bill for a number of years at Rubber Engineering. Good man. Prayers to Mike and all his family.

Rod Dec 03, 2020

Love & Condolences to Damien & John, your best contributions to this world, and to Stephanie, John's wife. Bill, I am sad you will not be here to experience the love of your grandchildren, Savanna, Declan, & Scarlett and to watch them grow into adults.

Death is no more than a turning of us over from time to eternity. “ RIP Bill.

Christine Brosnan , Tacoma, WA, US Nov 13, 2020

Diane and I would so much like to participate in the services in person, but with the Governor's recommendation not to meet in group settings, especially if you are in the risk category, we will watch the services online. We are so grateful to have known Bill and extend our heartfelt sympathies to his family.

Jack Stemmons , south jordan, UT, US Nov 12, 2020

Bill was always warm and welcoming. What. A great man

Jolene Nov 11, 2020

Grandpa Bill- We will miss you so very much. Thank you for all the kind loving words of encouragement over the years.

Serena Werner & Family , Herriman, UT, US Nov 09, 2020


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