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Hepburn, Daisy Juanita

Hepburn, Daisy Juanita

November 21, 1931 — October 19, 2021

Daisy Juanita Hepburn was born in Towanda, PA November 21, 1931.

Daisy was the fourth of five girls born to Salvation Army officers, Frank and Evangeline Guldenschuh.

Daisy married David Hughes Hepburn on March 22, 1951. They adopted two children, David Hughes Hepburn, II and Lois Elizabeth (Hepburn) Magnuson. Daisy served alongside David in the Salvation Army on the east coast and Puerto Rico. After their ministry in the Salvation Army their love story took them to Minneapolis, San Francisco, Scottsdale and eventually to Kansas City, MO. Daisy was a dynamic speaker who motivated and encouraged women everywhere. She authored numerous books and Bible studies. She was passionate about proclaiming Christ to women around the world and giving them tools to serve Him in ordinary ways that resulted in extraordinary moments. Daisy was promoted to glory on October 19, 2021.

Daisy is preceded in death by her parents Frank and Eva, her loving husband David and two sisters, Doris Fikkert and Ruth Smith. Daisy is survived by her sisters, Jane Regan and Emily Klenk, her son David Hepburn II, daughter Lois (and Bryan) Magnuson, and her grandchildren Emily (and Nathan) Robinett, Brianna (and Kyle) Lindenmeyer, DJ Hepburn and Sam Magnuson and many nieces and nephews.

Daisy will be remembered for many things but most importantly that she always shared the Good News of Jesus Christ to everyone she met, she always wore a daisy and she loved ice cream.

Services for Daisy will be held at 2 PM on Sunday, November 21, 2021 at Antioch Bible Baptist Church, 800 NE 72nd St, Gladstone, MO 64118 and at Scottsdale Bible Church in Scottsdale, AZ in March 2022.

Remembrances can be sent in honor of Daisy Hepburn to Samaritan’s Purse: sampur.se/3Gjj7i7

Teach us to number our days and recognize how few they are; help us to spend them as we should.Psalm 90:12 (TLB)

Service Information

Services for Daisy will be held at 2 PM on Sunday, November 21, 2021 at Antioch Bible Baptist Church, 800 NE 72nd St, Gladstone, MO 64118 and at Scottsdale Bible Church in Scottsdale, AZ in March 2022.

Remembrances can be sent in honor of Daisy Hepburn to Samaritan’s Purse: sampur.se/3Gjj7i7

Teach us to number our days and recognize how few they are; help us to spend them as we should.Psalm 90:12 (TLB)

Hepburn, Daisy Juanita's Guestbook

What a blessing to have known Daisy for a brief moment in time. I met Daisy and her family the summer of 1975 when she was the program director at Lake Beauty Bible Camp in Long Prairie, Minnesota. What a glorious time we had under her wise guidance as we worked with so many campers of all ages. She was and still is the most creative person I have ever known. Her love for sharing Jesus with others was unending. She took this shy introverted new graduate nurse and helped me discover to a greater degree who I was in Christ. David you just graduated high school so don’t know if you recall the time at camp. My deepest sympathy to David and Lois and families at Daisy’s home-going. God Bless you all

Connie Pelzer

Oh how I loved this woman. She was a beautiful mentor that the Lord allowed me to work with. I thank God for her presence in my life. My heart hurts for the loss of such a servant of the Lord. She touched so many women’s lives. I look forward to seeing her in Heaven and having beautiful conversations. My prayers are with her family. She finished her race strong. I only pray I can be the blessing that she was to so many. Love you Daisy.

Deborah Mika

So many wonderful memories of Daisy at Daisy Days of Morning Break Bible Study at Bethel Christian Church and Bridgemont’s Old Campus. I remember most her saying,”Keep Your Fork, The Best is Yet to Come!!” We had so much fun when she would play ,”Do you have____ in your purse?” Great memories of David as well. We mourn here but know heaven is rejoicing. I am blessed to have known her.

Susan Church

We celebrate with your family as you remember a life lived for Jesus & acknowledge Daisy's promotion leaves both a loss & a lesson. Glory to God, His love surrounds you.

Rick & Cheri Gilstrap

A wonderful mentor and friend! One of my very favorite speakers ever, from her I learned so very much! I loved and admired her- I will miss my “forever” friend❤️

Sandy Weiss

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