Lucille Hieb |

Lucille Hieb

Memorial services and inurnment for Lucille B. “Lou” Hieb will be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Oakmont Memorial Park Cemetery, 2099 Reliez Valley Road in Lafayette.

Mrs. Hieb died Saturday, Sept. 14, in Concord. She was 88.

She was born Jan. 1, 1914, in San Francisco to Charles and Katherine Bambach. She was raised in Oakland, where she graduated from the University High School in 1930 and met Alvin Edgar Hieb. They were married in 1934.

They moved to Concord in 1948, where Mrs. Hieb was president of the Concord Girl Scouts, a secretary for the Mount Diablo High School PTA, and was a community volunteer in the 1950s and ’60s.

After retirement in 1972, the Hiebs moved to Lake of the Pines. She was active in the Firebelles and enjoyed playing bridge and pinochle. She returned to the Concord area in 2001.

She is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law Douglass A. and Kathleen Hieb of Concord and Stephen M. and Pamela Hieb of Nevada City; daughter and son-in-law, Carol Lynn and Ronald Helzer of Martinez; brothers Richard B. Bambach of Redwood City and Roderick J. Bambach of Brentwood; grandsons and granddaughters-in-law Gerald R. and Susan Hieb of Winthrop Harbor, Ill., and Richard D. and Tammie Hieb of Lake Forest; granddaughter and grandson-in-law Pamela J. and Ken Shafto of San Ramon; and great-grandchildren Kelsey and Joshua Hieb of Winthrop Harbor, Kaitlyn and Christopher Hieb of Lake Forest, and Ryan, Lindsey and Nicholas Shafto of San Ramon.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 58 years, Alvin E. Hieb; sister, Estelle McCrary; and grandson, Robert Allen Helzer.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 2065 W. El Camino Real, Suite C, Mountain View, CA 94040; or to the Bay Area Crisis Nursery, 1506 Mendocino Dr., Concord, CA 94521.

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