|Birth: ||Dec. 22, 1910|
|Death: ||Dec. 19, 1987|
St. Louis County
Henry was the middle child of five born to Edward and Emma Housman Heiman in Chicago, Illinois. Dear brother of Sidney Heiman, Priscilla Holdner, Charlotte Defani, and Edwin Heiman.
As a young boy the family moved to Montana to homestead. Because of circumstances in Montana they moved to Missouri, where Edward was born and raised.
Grandson of Christian Heiman and Charlotte Jane Zahler Heiman
As a child he had rheumatic fever which left him with a damaged heart. He suffered with many health problems as a result, but he never complained. Daddy was a brave-strong man. Self Educated, I cherish the times we spent together, Daddy teaching me so much.
Henry was a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps during the depression to help support his family and was stationed in Arkansas.
He married Violet Kyra Lark on February 27, 1937 and together they had one daughter, Judy, dear Grandfather
of Michael Youngblood.
Henry Heiman was a quiet, loving, Christian man, a member of Tower Grove Baptist Church. He was the best father anyone could ever hope for.
He worked for Ely and Walker until the company moved out of state. Henry went to work for General Mercantile and Hardware until he had a stroke and retired.
He loved his only Grandson, Michael Youngblood and looked forward to every time he saw him. He would have been so thrilled with his Great-Granddaughters, Abby and Anna.
No matter how many years go by, he is still missed by us all. My Daddy was the kind of man every father should
You cried sweet tears,
Upon my birth,
You gave me life,
Upon this earth.
You led the way,
Toward right not wrong,
So kind, so handsome,
So caring, so strong.
The day draws near,
Your time has come,
I can't let go,
But your work is done.
Please God give me strength,
My Father, my Friend,
Take him to your heart,
As his life comes to an end.
His smile, his face,
He was my world,
Good by sweet Daddy,
Love from....Your Little Girl.
Written by Mary Tootle
Thank you Leonard, my friend, for sponsoring my Daddy. It means so much to me.
Edward H Heiman (1875 - 1949)
Emma Ida Housman Heiman (1875 - 1965)
Violet Kyra Lark Heiman (1913 - 2009)*
Edwin Louis Heiman (1904 - 1971)*
Charlotte E Heiman Difani (1907 - 2003)*
Henry H Heiman (1910 - 1987)
Sidney J Heiman (1915 - 2000)*
Priscilla Alice Heiman Holdner (1916 - 2004)*
Memorial Park Cemetery
St. Louis County
Created by: Gracie's Grammy
Record added: Jun 08, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11129012