Arthur was a mentor and an influence in the art of Portrait Photography and a very good friend...He will be missed....My condolences to Lucille and family...
To the bereaved family of Mr. Heitzman. May you be comforted by reflecting on the many wonderful memories that you can cherish forever. Also you can look forward to God's promise to remove all causes of death, pains and sorrows.
We have all lost a wonderful,gentle, spirit,and we are richer for having known him.
I sang with Art in the Houston Symphony Chorale back in the 1970's... I remember him telling of going to Paris to photograph Sophia Loren... He was very proud of that... I was sorry to hear of his passing...
Thinking of the entire Heitzman family at this difficult time. My prayers are with you.
Sharon Lieder Atwood
It was a joy to have been under the wing of this wonderful mentor and friend who guided this young egotist to the fine art of photography, inspiring me to become more gentle in my pursuit. Arthur once told me to always find the one becoming charm in everyone I photographed and let that be my point of focus and flattery in my approach to capturing the true being of my subject. I so enjoyed our long talks on our Southwest trips.
My condolences to all those he loved as well as they that loved him, Arthur or ACH as he was to so many.
Arthur enjoy your journey, with love Ken Hare
Lisa and Greg: I'm sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Take care.
I worked with Mr. Heitzman from the late 70's to the early 80's at Gittings. He was the real deal, an artist, a teacher, and a friend to all of us "formerly" young photographers trying to get started. We will miss him till we all meet again.
God's peace and love to each of you at this time...much love Eric, Anita, Karin and family!!!
I loved my Uncle's laugh. My prayers are for the whole family.