Stephen Heisner born in Presho, South Dakota in 1939 to Marguerite and Paul Heisner. He is one of 5 siblings. Upon his High School graduation he enlisted in the United States Air Force where he served his country proudly from 1957-1967. Upon his discharge from the military he met his wife Colleen and they married in 1968. He was always mechanically inclined and he became a mechanical engineer with focus on quality assurance.
He is preceded in death by his parents, 2 brothers and a sister.
He is survived by his wife Colleen, daughter Denise, son Rich, a grandson, two siblings, several cousins, nieces and nephews.
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Visitation for Stephen Heisner will be on Saturday, January 15, from 2-3 with prayers and military service at 3:30pm all at DeFiore Funeral Home-10763 Dundee Road, Huntley. Burial will be private.
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I’m very sorry for your families loss. Your all in my thoughts and prayers. Please give your mom a hug and kiss from me and let her know how much I’m thinking and praying for her and her family
Very sorry for your loss. The Grams family
I am sorry to hear Stephens passing, he will be in our prayers. I was honored to coach a soccer team with him, he taught me a lot. He will be missed.
I was sorry to hear of Steve's passing. We always had great conversations together. He will be missed greatly. Praying for healing.
So sorry for Your lose.
So sorry for Your lose.
Sorry to be advised that he has left us. He is going to be missed. Until we meet again.
We are so sorry to hear that our good neighbor Steve passed away. Steve was a great guy, and will be missed by many. Jim and Diane Fitzgerald
We are deeply sorry for your loss, may he rest in peace, and may the Lord bring you all comfort thru this time.
My thoughts and prayers go to you and your family god bless you all
Sorry for dad though and prayers are with you and your family
Aunt Colleen, Denise and Richie I am so sorry for your loss. Uncle Bill was loved by many and will be greatly missed. Praying for peace and comfort beyond understanding
So very sorry to hear of Stephen's passing. May he be at peace, and may you find comfort in knowing that many friends care and are sending you love and prayers. Mary & Greg Terdich
Sending much love and support to our dear co-worker Rich! We are honored to make a donation on behalf of your loving father. We are here for you. Our sincerest condolences to you and your family!! Hugs.
Denise and Rich, The Miller Family is saddened to hear of the passing of your dad. We hope warm memories help to ease your pain. I have fond memories of growing up with you and your family! I remember us playing for hours and hours at your house. Your dad was my first coach ever! I was in 3rd Grade and didn’t t even know what “soccer” was when he asked me to join his team! I Joined because he made it sound like fun, and it was! I continued to play into high school! Your mom and dad were always so kind! Your dad was blessed to have both of you as his children. Please give my love and condolences to your mom. My dad and sisters send their condolences too!
Our thoughts and prayers are with you always. My dad and Stephen are together again and enjoying the stories they have to share. I can only imagine what Sandy has added to the stories now that she has joined them as well. Love and sympathy from the Heisner’s in Missouri.