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Heinz Georg

Heissenbuettel

October 21 , 1935 - March 28 , 2021

Heinz Georg Heissenbuettel
Heinz Georg Heissenbuettel
1935 - 2021

Visitations:

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
2:00 ~ 8:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home

Services:

Thursday, April 01, 2021
11:00 AM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

Entombment in Michigan Memorial Park

Memorials:

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Helping Hands Food Pantry or Christ the King Food Pantry or Christ the King Lutheran School.

Obituary

HEISSENBUETTEL, Heinz G., age 85, of Gibraltar, March 28, 2021. Beloved husband of Norma Heissenbuettel. Loving father of Meta (David) Francis, Brenda Heissenbuettel, Barbara (Phil) Robeson, Todd (Kelly) Heissenbuettel and Bruce (Monica) Heissenbuettel. Dearest grandfather of Weston (Susie), Spencer (Sabena), Brandon, Kari (David), Gretchen, Sophia, Morgen and Analiese and great-grandfather of Cora, Autumn, Fitzgerald, Brady and Xavier. He is also survived by his sister Helga (Berndt) Meyerdierks. He is preceded in death by his parents Dietrich and Meta Heissenbuettel and his sister Adele (the late Erwin) Ludwig.

Condolences:

I will always remember Heinz and his kindest to my sisters and I as he courted Norma. He would play games with us and of course bring us treats that we always looked forward to. About 10 years ago Heinz and Norma came to visit us and once again we were treated to his story telling and seance of humor. Heinz as a hard worker, good family man that will be missed. Debbie Dunn

We are so blessed Heinz was our dear friend and that we got to spend time with him and the beloved, beautiful love of his life, Norma. We will see him again but are grieving the earthly loss of this wonderful man. Our love and prayers to his lovely and loving family, JoAnn & John Bogdany JoAnn & John Bogdany

Our heartfelt condolences for the loss of a great friend. He will always be remembered in our hearts for his kindness,caring & story telling. One day we will be together , make sure too have a deck of cards ready. Bortolotto Family, Second

Norma my sincere condolences to you and your children and grandchildren at this time that you are grieving at the loss of Hines I know he will be greatly missed and I’m going to do my best to get there I would like to come to the funeral at 11 AM on Thursday I have to figure out how I can get a ride but I’ll do my best but I wanted to give you my sincere condolences God bless you and take care and know that Jesus loves you and he is with you at this time and at all times and walking by your side Bob rehahn

To Norma and Your beautiful family, You and Heinz have always been so special to us. We loved talking to you and visited you at your place. Heinz will be missed but we all know we are on a journey, we meet many people on our journey, make friends, say good by to friends and relatives and life goes on but when we lose someone, we stop what we are doing and remember times we were with them and reflect and we do say to ourselves, would have liked to spend more time with them. We all have happy memories of Heinz, his sense of humor and smiles, and his special birthday party a few years ago, just to name a few. Heinz will be missed but we will all meet again. Sincerely and Blessings, Harriet and Tom Harriet and Tom Cole

Heinz was a very friendly man loved to talk to him he had some great storys to tell when we talked at the Gibraltar manor you are going to greatly missed here at the manor. May you rest in peace. Sincerely don and lisa kelley apt 220 Donald A Kelley sr

Our deepest sympathy and condolences to the Heissenbeuttal family. Heinz was a strong man; embodied of firm faith in our Lord, Jesus Christ (our Eternal Savior). As we approach the resurrection of Jesus Christ (our Lord) during this Easter, we can all rest assured Heinz has concurred eternal salavation and is resting in Glory with our Savior, Jesus Christ; and all his eternal Loved Ones. "Job 19:25-27: But I know that my Redeemer lives, and in the end He will stand upon the earth. Even after my skin has been destroyed, yet in my flesh I will see God. I will see Him for myself; my eyes will behold Him, and not as a stranger. How my heart yearns within me!… Norma, we will never forget the special person you are; and your loving care for James. Keeping you in our prayers, Jeff, Julie, James & Jonathan Jeff, Julie, James & Jonathan Locklear

Dear Barb & Family, Denise and I send our sincere condolences on the passing of your Dad. These times are not consoling for any of of us. May our Dear Lord raise him up this Easter Sunday and rejoice. I f you need anything or someone to talk with, we are here. Love, Ed and Dee. Ed Richardson

My sincere condolences to all of the family with the promise of prayers for the repose of the soul of our dear brother Heinz. Fr. John WHEELER