ROBERT J. HEINEMANN

Robert J. Heinemann, age 77, went to meet his Lord on Thursday, May 22, 2014, at home surrounded by his family.

He was born in Sheboygan on Aug. 1, 1936, to parents Fred and Marguerite (Fischer) Heinemann. He attended Mapledale Elementary School and Central High School.

Robert operated farms in the Sheboygan and Howards Grove area for many years. In addition he drove truck for various businesses in Sheboygan and most recently for DeMaster Trucking in Cedar Grove.

Robert volunteered his services for the Town of Sheboygan Fire Department in his earlier years where he met his first wife, Sandra (Braun) Soronen. He later married Carol (Warburton) Marver, who preceded him in death in 2010. Robert was united in marriage in 2011 to Elvira (Antonio) Rayos.

Robert was an avid gardener. He and Elvie took great pride in their vegetables and shared their harvest with family and friends. He will be remembered for his unique mannerisms and the interesting stories that he loved to share.

Robert is survived by his loving wife, Elvie; children: Robert Jr., Tammy Angel, both of Sheboygan; Suzan (Ken) Knabe of Henderson, Nev.; Michael (JoAnne) Marver of Sheboygan; Julie (David) Graves of Leopolis, Wis.; David (Tina) Marver of Arizona; and Romulo (Maya) Rayos, Marissa (Jeri) Gonzaga and Cristina (Mike) Moreto, all of the Philippines; 21 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; sister, Phyllis Dergantz of Sheboygan; mothers-inlaw, Carmelita Antonio of the Philippines and Marion Warburton of Sheboygan; and many other family and friends.

Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by an infant sister, Judith; former wives, Sandra and Carol; grandson, Andrew Heinemann; granddaughters, Amber and Jessica Graves; and brothers-in-law, Joseph Dergantz and Stanley Warburton.

Funeral service was held Tuesday evening, May 27, at Zimmer Westview Funeral and Cremation Care Center, W2132 Garton Road (State 42 and County JJ), with the Rev. Matthew Peters presiding. Private burial services were held at Wildwood Cemetery.

Memorials in his name are appreciated. Please visit www.zimmerfuneralhome.com to sign the guestbook.


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