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Dustin O. Heinicke

Dustin O. Heinicke

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Dustin O. Heinicke of Arnold, Missouri, passed away suddenly on Sunday, August 12, 2018, at the age of 42.

Dustin was the cherished son of Linda Heinicke, and the late Kent Heinicke. He was the beloved husband of Heather Heinicke, devoted father and step-father of Nicholas Heinicke, Tristen Bodine and Mark Bodine, loving grandfather to Emerald Heinicke and his adopted grandchildren by heart and soul, Peyton Casey, Jaxson Smoot, and Amiyah Ogle, treasured uncle, cousin, brother-in-law, nephew, and friend.  He will be dearly missed by all who loved him.

Visitation will be held from 1-4 p.m. on Thursday, August 16, 2018, at  Church In Action, 6010 Kerth Road, St. Louis, MO 63128.

 

 

 

 

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  1. Terrie skiles says:

    Heather so sorry for your loss. I have know Dustin for years he ran with my brother Mike and all the rat pack on Lindbergh playing cb tag and everything else they could. The time that stand out the most to me is the 4th of July when everyone was at my house off tenbrook rd for a party and Dustin made a homemade bomb and blew the biggest hole in my yard and it was so bright and powerfull it blew all the street lights out around my house. That year I think we had over 3000 worth of fireworks cuz everyone meaning the guys were in competition to see who could buy the most fireworks we had a blast that day. Thank you Dustin and all the rest of the guys for making that memory. Dustin was taken to soon he was a good man through and through unfortunately he will have another joining him in time as my ex husband is battling stage 4 cancer with that being said Dustin and Tom when he gets there u take care of him and watch over your families. Mike also wants to send his prayers and memories of him but unfortunately he is not able to make it to do so himself. Just know we will always remember the fun time and God fear man he was. Fly high Dustin u r gotten but definitely will not be forgotten.

    From
    Terrie, Mike jr, Mike sr, and Pat skiles

  2. Carla Hedgpeth says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Dustin was full of laughs, love, and a huge personality. You two had a special kind of love. He will be missed by many, he touch so many lives. The was leader of the pack and the one who pulled everyone together. I cant imagine this world without him. Ride on in the sky. Till I see you again. I will always love you my friend.

  3. Hal & Tammy Mechler says:

    Heather and family, there are no words to express to you how sorry we are for your loss. We are so glad that we had the opportunity to be able to meet Dustin and get to know a small part of who he was, we wish we could of had more time. Please know if there is anything we can do let us know we will do what we can. Love to you and your family.

  4. Juanita Wilson says:

    Dear Linda & Heather,
    I have no words of comfort as I know the grief you are feeling now. Dustin became part of my life when he and my son Jeremy became buddies so many years ago.
    Some of their garage nights and road trips were amazing and some I’m glad I only heard about after they happened. He will be missed by many many people. Keep him in your heart where he will always be remembered.
    You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
    From the Wilson Family
    Juanita and Andrew

  5. Todd Nicks says:

    My codolences to the family,I’m so sorry for your loss. I remember racing bmx with Dustin over 30 years ago.May he rest in peace and may you find peace in knowing god has taken him into his arms.