Feldbusch, Heino

March 10th, 2016

Suddenly, surrounded by his family at University Hospital on Thursday, March 10th, 2016, Heino Feldbusch of Port Stanley, at the age of 79. Beloved husband of Vicky Feldbusch for 53 years. Devoted Dad of Sandra (Chris) and David James. Dear brother of Rita Meyer of St. Thomas and Uncle of Audrey. There will be no funeral service and cremation has taken place.

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Steve BenwellOur deepest sympathy to the family.
Steve. Lil, and Trevor BenwellOur deepest sympathy to the family.
David SoanesWe are deeply saddened by the news of Uncle Heino's passing. We are reminded of his warm heart and the playful times with him in Port Stanley. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Anne-Marie NicliSandra, my good friend, my sincerest condolences to you and Chris and your family. Please know I'm thinking of you at this very difficult time.
Bernice and Steven - HomesteadWe are so sorry for your loss. Heino was a kind man who would do anything for anyone. He will be missed.
Tom GabrielThanks for the many great memories, laughs, and wisdom Heino. The Homestead Family is going to miss you tremendously. Our thoughts and prayers to Vicky and the family.
TauryMy deepest sympathies to the family. Heino will truly be missed.
MohammedHeino you will dearly be missed. My deepest sympathy to the family.
Amil DelicHeino worked with my father for 22 years. He became very close to us over the years and always had time for my brother and I. He was never short of a joke or two and could easily put a smile on your face. He will be greatly missed.
Senad and Semir DelicOur dear friend Heino will be missed. Since we met him in 1994 we became very good friends. We are still looking for his van at job sites to have coffee together. Deepest sympathy to the family.
John Papini Heino was more than just a co-worker to me he was a good friend. I've known Heino since 1994, he always made me laugh and brought me up when I was down he taught me a lot of things about high rise construction and life in general. He gave me my first banana tree which turned into many he was always there for me when I needed help. I will miss you dearly Heino you will always be apart of my life. My deepest sympathy to the family for there loss of a great husband and father
DJ & DonnaI loved working with Heino and he will be missed.Our prayers and thoughts to you and the family
AmandaI miss your nightly check ins before you left the site , always reminding me to stay safe. You were always there when we needed you. Lots of love and hugs to Vicki and Family.
Nikki ForemanI met Heino when I started with Homestead in 1999. He could always put a smile on my face and was there for me when I needed help. When I was pregnant (a difficult time for me) with my son he used to jokingly suggest that Heino was a good name for a boy. Though I named him Devin he always asked about "little Heino" (who is now 15). He had a great heart and will be missed by all who knew him. My sincerest condolences to his family.
Juan LengI Meet Heino working at royal oak 2011. But I knew of him from my time working with old oak. He was a great friend, coworker, mentor and some ways a grandfather to me because he took the time to show me and inparted his wisdom to me. I will miss our weekly calls , his jokes and his advice. I will also miss teasing him about German engineering :). My wished go out to Vicky and the rest of his family, he spoke of you guys so highly and with pride all the time.
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