Deputy Heil is a professional law enforcement patrol deputy, proudly wearing her Eagle County Sheriff’s Office uniform daily as she proudly serves the citizens and visitors of Eagle County. Deputy Heil also distinguishes herself by going above and beyond with her tireless dedication to the children and families of Eagle County as a School Resource Officer in our local schools providing enforcement services.
But if you asked her she would tell you that her favorite role in life is being a loving wife and mother to five beautiful children. In March Megan gave birth to baby Rowen. During her pregnancy she unfortunately developed several medical issues that caused her to be hospitalized for a couple of weeks due to blood clots on her brain and lungs. Being the very strong woman that she is she recovered and gave birth to baby Rowen. The Heil family has been so excited to have their new family addition home and even the older kid’s work together to help out with the baby.
On Sunday July 16, 2017 Megan was admitted to a hospital in Aurora, CO. due to blood clot complications affecting her brain. She was in the hospital for a week prior to being released and able to return home with her family to Rifle, CO. On Sunday July 23, 2017 Megan was admitted to the Grand River Hospital in Rifle. They were not able to provide the medical treatment that she needed so she was flown from Grand Junction to Swedish Medical Center in Denver where there are specialist that can treat her for her condition.
Due to the amount of medical assistance that Megan has needed we are requesting any donations that can help her and her family during their time of need.