Jerry Robert HeidenreichHeidenreich, Jerry

June 29, 1947 – May 11, 2016

Jerry Robert Heidenreich 68, of Edmond, OK passed away May 11, 2016. Jerry was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to John and Cuba Heidenreich. He was the youngest of their four children. Siblings Cuba Ann (Skurow), James and John. He married Debra R. (Harbottle) on March 14, 1982 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Jerry was the Vice President of Operations for HAC, Inc. with approximately 80 grocery stores in four states, since 2003. Prior to 2003, he held various job titles and positions with Thriftway grocery stores in Cincinnati and Winn Dixie in Louisville, KY.

At age 18 he joined the United States Marine Corps and served two tours of duty in Vietnam.

Jerry is survived by his wife of 34 years, Debra (Debi), and his children, Christopher Robert (Rachel), Stephanie Rae, and Matthew Ryan (Jessica). He also leaves his seven grandchildren, Griffin, Madelyn, Rae, Grant, Owen, Elijah, Macie, and Lucas.

A service to celebrate Jerry’s life will be held Wednesday, May 18, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at Matthews Funeral Home 601 S Kelly Edmond, OK.

Comments

  1. Jerry was a very special person. A friend to so many and an outstanding leader and business man.

    He will be missed but never forgotten.

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and close loved ones.

    A giant of a man.

  2. Our prayers for all of you.we love you all the hadley waits family

  3. So sorry to hear of Jerry’s passing. I worked with him in the corporate headquarters of HAC. He was always a very kind and gentle man. Prayers for the family and many friends he left behind.

  4. Kind of late. I just found out. We grew up together in northside of cincinnati. We all went to vietnam. We lived together for awhile in Clift on after the marine corps. Saw him the last time at a few funerals back in 98. He was a good man and a marine. He will be missed.

  5. Just found out about Jerry’s passing. Very sad, I go back to the 50’s at Kirby Road Elementary School with Jerry. I last was with him in 98 at some of our friends funerals. I also know many of his old friends and will pass this on. R.I.P. Jerry you will be missed by many of your Cincinnati (Northside) friends.

  6. Jerry (aka Sauce) was a childhood friend in Northside kept in touch with him until the late 90,s was a great guy wonderful sense of humor. I also was in the Marines and went to Vietnam he certainly is in Heaven I’m sure of it
    Until we meet again Jerry Semper Fi my old friend! College Hill Never Northside FOREVER!!👍🏻

  7. Jerry was a good friend of mine when we were growing up. Jerry, his brother Jack, Jack Bucher and I were inseparable in our early teens. I have so many fond memories from back then. I remember being at his house when the University of Cincinnati won the NCAA basketball championship and we were just wild. Spent so many hours sleeping out and playing sports. Sorry I couldn’t have seen him and reminisced about those days. May he rest in peace.

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