Edwin Eugene Heck
|Posted 2018-08-06 by Judy Wight Branson|
|The Camp Verde Bugle, Camp Verde, Arizona|
Saturday, December 16, 2017
Edwin Eugene Heck, age 84, of Cottonwood, Arizona passed away peacefully on
August 26, 2017 at Valley View Care in Cottonwood, Arizona in the company of
his wife, Dolores Heck and daughter-in-law, Lori Heck.
He was preceded in death by his first wife of 43 years, Diane Duff Heck in
Ed was the eldest son of Merle and Myrtle Heck, born on January 30th, 1933
in West Alexandria, Ohio. He graduated from Roosevelt High School in Dayton,
Ohio, and attended University of Dayton.
After attending college, he joined the Army, which brought him and Diane to
Fort Lawton, Washington. After his service in the Army, Ed and Diane settled
in Edmonds where they raised their four children.
Ed worked for Boeing for 30 years, working the majority of the time in the
Materiel Division in Everett where he developed many friendships along the
way. In 2001 Ed married Dolores and they made their home in Cottonwood,
They both enjoyed spending time with family and traveling. Ed was a generous
man, always there to help family and friends.
He always enjoyed a good project and his can-do attitude was instilled in
his children and grandchildren who he was always proud of.
Ed is survived by his children, Cheryl (John) Pregent (Alison and Ryan),
Douglas (Pamela) Heck, (Christian and Natalie), Gregory (Lori) Heck, (Keely,
Cameron, Taylor), Lisa (Harold) Underdown (Joshua, Jacob and Jared), and
wife, Dolores Heck and her children James Eiseler (Tiffany), Steven (Kim)
Eiseler, (Steven and Kara), Robert (Caryl) Eiseler (Aaron and Mitchell) and
great grandchildren, Nathan and Kolson, and his brother Stephen Heck.
Information provided by survivors.
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