DatesMay 26, 1957 - April 7, 2013
Robert "Bob" Paul Heidel Jr. was born May 26, 1957 in El Paso, TX to Robert P. and Joyce (Jonz) Heidel. He worked in the oil fields near Odessa, TX for ten years and then moved to Mitchell in 1986. He broke horses with his brother-in-law, Randy, for a short time and then worked for Tony and Nick Antonie, doing remodeling and construction work.
He is survived by two children: Jeremy (Hilary) Heidel, San Antonio, TX; Jessica (Chris) Cummings, La Luz, NM; two sisters: Joanne (Randy) Herron, Letcher; Gretchen Heidel, Amarillo, TX; one brother, Will (Ann) Heidel, Galveston, TX; an adopted brother, Nick Antonie, Seattle, WA and four grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, John, nephew, Brandon Herron and great nephew, Anthony Herron.
Friday, April 19, 2013
Bittner Funeral Chapel
805 West Havens
Mitchell South Dakota
CemeterySaint Scholastica Cemetery
Letcher, South Dakota
entry posted by Kelly on 04-23-2013
Jeremy & Jessica, I'm so sorry to hear about your dad. One day soon, God will bring back to life our loved ones so we can continue to enjoy their company. Imagine being about to hug your dad again. Acts 24:15. We look forward to that time. Your family is in our thoughts.
entry posted by Shawn Ericsson on 04-19-2013
Thank you for all of the lasting memories growing up over at the Antonie's. We had a lot of great times together!
Also thank you for your hard work and dedication helping me and Nick build our first salon.
I always enjoyed my time with you Bobbo. Rest in peace my good friend,
entry posted by JACQUELINE HUGHES LEVERIDGE on 04-18-2013
I REMEMBER THE FUN WE HAD AS KIDS. REMEMBER THE TIME BOB O, STILL IN DIAPERS, SAT ON THE RED ANT HILL AT DIRLIE'S (MAUDE MCENTIRE, CORA HEIDEL'S SISTER) RANCH ON LAKE DALLAS.
AS A CANCER SURVIVOR I'M GLAD HE IS NOT SUFFERING ANYMORE.
LOVE TO BOB O AND ALL THE COUSINS.
entry posted by Magan Herron on 04-15-2013
I know Uncle Bob and I have had our differences but at the end of the day we still loved each other like no other. I will miss his laugh and miss his arms around me, but I know he is in a better place not suffering anymore. I love you Uncle Bob and I will see you when god calls.