Albert Heurung Jr.

 

Albert Charles Heurung Jr., age 48, died surrounded by loved ones on Thursday, January 13, 2022 at his home in Stewartville, MN after a courageous battle with end stage liver disease/cirrhosis of the liver.

Albert was born on January 8, 1974 in Little Falls, MN to Dallas (Peavoy) and Albert Heurung Sr. He worked in the I.T. department at Mayo Clinic. He loved being the owner of the Internet Radio Station radioriff.com, being a writer, doing leather working, being an online Disc Jockey, an avid reader, cooking and ministering to others.

Albert Heurung was loved by many people. He would go out of his way to help you out. He loved people in both words and actions. There was no one like him, for he was unique. He will be greatly missed by many people. And will never be forgotten.

Albert is survived by his sisters, Lelia L. Hood of Albuquerque, NM and Dalora Sobania of Cold Springs, MN; brothers, Joe Schmelzer of Sauk Rapids, MN, Hans Schmelzer of Rogers, MN, and Patrick Heurung of Eden Valley, MN.

Albert is preceded in death by his mother and father; grandparents, Ophe and Dallas Peavoy; grandpa, Alfred Heurung; and grandma, Philamina Heurung.

A celebration of life will be from 1-3pm on Saturday, June 25, 2022 at Rochester Cremation Services, 1605 Civic Center Drive NW, Rochester.

Rochester Cremation Services is assisting the family with arrangements. Memories and condolences of Albert may be shared at rochestercremationservicesmn.com

9 thoughts on “Albert Heurung Jr.

  1. Al was dear person that had the honor and privilege be in close proximity with and his generosity is will always be respected, appreciated by anyone who knew him. Keep rocking until we meet again my dear friend!

    Much love from you’re ‘ Cat Hearder’ in chief Norma “Tabitha” Burse

  2. I am blessed to have known you all my life. You were selfless, patient, kind, loving, and very funny. You’ve always have been and always will be my family. You left us way too soon, but I have faith i will see you again. See you on the other side mi amigo.

  3. You were and are a person of great depth. You touched so many lives with your wit, your passion for music, and your kind heart. You will never be forgotten.

  4. He had been a great childhood friend..from the long nights of D,and D to just hanging out while our parents did their thing! You will be missed Al..til we meet again sir..RIP Chad Terhaar

  5. Al…Lochstar…my friend…this is so not fair or right. While I’m glad you’re no longer suffering I’m beyond saddened that you suffered to begin with. I thank God every day that He gave you to us, that I was blessed to know you all these years. I will miss your music, miss your “sermons” and forever miss you. Rock on up there with Brent and the greats that are waiting there to welcome you to the eternal house of rock. Until we meet again, <3 you Lochstar

  6. I wanted so very much to be able to come and pay my respects in person to one of the most unique individuals I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. So since that will not be possible, I’ll write a few thoughts here about Al. I’ve been honored to know Al as a brother of Christ Jesus, and as an individual who was also like me, passionate about music! The endless tunes we have exchanged as fellow DJ friends, the tears we have cried as our personal lives unraveled will all be held as some of the most precious memories. But for certain, there is no doubt, beyond the suffering you’ve known
    I hope you find your way!
    May you never be broken again!
    Ascend, may you find no resistance!
    Know that you’ve made such a difference!
    And all you leave behind
    Will live till the end!
    The cycle of suffering goes on,
    But the memories of you stay strong!
    Someday I too will fly and find you again!
    Let the wind carry you home!
    Blackbird fly away!
    May you never be broken again! Love Always, Yngwie (John)

  7. My friendship with Loch was born thru the shared fandom of the Minnesota Vikings. I knew him as his LochStar sign on name and he knew me as Zerker or “Zerk”. He was very knowledgeable and he had a way with words. A true wordsmith, a poet. When we met face to face at a Training Camp it was like finding a brother I never knew I had. We had so many laughs and stories at the campsite and tailgates, the guy was just the best. We also shared a great love of music and we had some great times at the Larvae Lounge listening to Jazz/Folk/Country Rock.

    I know he will be missed by many and I know I will miss him, I wish I could be there tomorrow but I just can’t make it. The good ones always seem to leave us too soon and Al was definitely a good one. I am grateful to say that I knew him and proud to say he was my friend. I’ll listen to Magic Power one more time Saturday night and remember a great man. You Rock Loch, but for now Rest in Peace, you deserve it.

    – Zerk.

  8. Al was my greatest friend for over a decade of my life. We spent hours talking and arguing about life, what was right, and everything else you can think of. I let him fall out of my life because I didn’t make the right choices and when I tried to find him again I was too late. His character was so strong I counted on him to find his own way, but even a hero can need saving.

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