David Mark Heidemann
August 5, 1954 - March 30, 2006
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Wichmann Funeral Home Tri-County Chapel
1592 Oneida Street
Menasha, WI 54952
Sunday 4/2, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Wichmann Funeral Home Tri-County Chapel
1592 Oneida Street
Menasha, WI 54952
Wichmann Funeral Home Tri-County Chapel
1592 Oneida Street
Menasha, WI 54952
Sunday 4/2, 4:00 pm

HEIDEMANN, DAVID M. ‚ÄúDUBBER‚Äù David M. Heidemann, of Menasha, age 51, died unexpectedly at St. Elizabeth Hospital on Thursday, March 30, 2006. He was born August 5, 1954 in Wausau the son of the late Vernon and Dorothy Heidemann. On August 11, 1983 David married Gail Salutz in Wausau. He is survived by his wife…

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Jeff Diamond left a message on December 17, 2016:
There isn't a day goes by I don't laugh to myself remembering things we used to do together. You were such a great human being Dubber, and yes you can use my poop room!
Les Worcester left a message on April 6, 2009:
Gail.. My heart goes out to you and all of your family, I'm so sorry for your (our) loss, we will miss you Dubber. Rest assured we'll hoist one for you!! Thanks for all the wonderful memories Dub.... My thoughts and prayers are with you guys.....Les
Marie Salutz-Conery left a message on April 6, 2009:
My sincere condolences on the loss of your husband and dearest friend. May God give you the strength to bear your sorrow. Aunt Marie.
Tom Hollman left a message on April 6, 2009:
My condolences and prayers go out to David's family. Dubber was a great friend to me during high school. He dated my sister Cindy and treated me like his younger brother. He helped me through a tough time in my life and I will forever be greatfull! One story I would like to share; my Mother and I planted about 12 tomato plants behind our house. When it was harvest time, they each had about 8 tomatoes or so. Dubber thought it would be a good joke to fill our little garden full of tomatoes. Saturday morning my mother discovered there were hundreds of tomatoes and for that one second, was confused to how they all got there. It was a very funny moment. She found out that Dubber put them there and first thanked him for the thought and then chewed him out for raiding the neighbors garden right next to our house. My Mother blushed with the neighbor when confronted about the coincidence of all her tomatoes and his garden missing some. It was a great harmless prank and that night, Dubber returned the tomatoes to the neighbor. All ended well. Thankyou Dubber for some great memories during my teen years, your friend and brother in Christ, ...Tommy
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
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