Dieter Heuser

Dieter Heuser

Dieter Heuser

September 2, 1932 – January 6, 2020
Port St Lucie, FL

Dieter Heuser, 87, passed away at home on January 6, 2020 surrounded by his loving children Vivian, Monika and Sonja.

Dieter was born in Breslau, Germany to Gertrude and Walter Heuser. He was the oldest of 6 children.
He immigrated to New York in 1956, got married in 1958 and lived in Port St Lucie since 2003.
He owned and operated a stretch packaging company from 1978-1987 before retiring at 55.

He was a member of the Cascades Men’s Club, Bocce Club and the German American Club.
He was an avid traveler and also enjoyed playing cards, reading and scuba diving.
Dieter will be remembered as a hard-working, selfless, generous and thoughtful husband and Father.

He was preceded in death by his wife Marlene in 2013. They were married for 55 years.
He is survived by 2 brothers in Long Island, NY, 1 sister in Austria, 4 daughters (Linda Vieira of Mooresvelle, NC, Vivian
O’Connor and Sonja Heuser of Port St Lucie, FL, and Monika Heuser of Orlando, FL), 6 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.


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    Monika Heuser February 8, 2020 11:50 pm

    I love and miss you so much Dad. You were the best Father a girl could hope for. I hope you and Mom are reunited into eternity. The love between you two was so incredibly special. You set the bar very high as a good and loving husband. Love you always. xoxo

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    Sonja Heuser February 13, 2020 12:06 am

    You were the bravest man I ever knew and you were the central part of my life.
    I miss you more than words can say but happy that you are finally at peace and reunited with the love of your life, mom.
    Thanks for always being there for me- you made my world a better, safer and more loving place.
    Heaven needed another angel and that was you ❤️

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    Peter Heuser February 14, 2020 7:26 pm

    Praying for your healing, comfort, strength and peace during this painful time.

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