You have my deepest sympathy. May good memories provide solace for your family during this challenging time and may God provide you with the assurance that you will see your loved one again in Paradise. (John 17:3)
Pete and Heesakker family. My deepest sympathies for your loss. Your father was a great man and helped a lot of people!
It has been my pleasure to have cared for Stack for many years in our dental office. We shared an interest in golf and making each other laugh. Heaven has a new angel, but he will be dearly missed by the many lives he touched. His life was blessed with the riches of many friends.
I love you, I love you, I love you...I still can hear you saying that and am sending that message back to you.
Had a strawberry sundae tonight. Thought of you and our "dates" at Mary's after my trips to the orthodontist...
Words cannot express the admiration and respect I have for Mr. Heesakker. I bet Brian is talking his ear off in heaven right now. He is a caring man and has made an impact in the lives of so many people. It was an honor to know him and I was blessed that God let us walk the same path for 12 years. God has welcomed a great man into Heaven. My prayers to his family. He was proud of you and spoke fondly of you all.
Pete, Sue, Mary Jo, and families,
Our sympathy to all of you in the loss of Stack. We'll always remember his ready smile and positive attitude. Cherish your memories.
Bob and Bev Church
I always enjoyed my conversations with Stack, many of them were shared stories of family. He was very,very proud of his entire family and loved you all deeply. He will be missed by all of us. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. God Bless You All!
Colleen Brickner - Appleton Retirement Community
What a wonderful man God has created in Stack Heesakker. My sympathy is with your entire family. He and Shirley were great supporters of the Little Chute Public Library, where it was my pleasure to find books for them to read. They were voracious readers!!! May God's peace be with you all.
What a great and wonderful man God has created in Stack Heesakker!! Heaven is rejoicing at his entry,we pray. It has been my pleasure to know Stack and Shirley through the Little Chute Public Library. What wonderful people to know who were dedicated to the Village of Little Chute. Thank you and your family's for all that you are. My heartfelt sympathy is passed on to you all. Sincerely...Lynn N.
Dad: when you see Grandpa George, please tell him I forgive him for repeatedly sending me down into his very scary basement on the promise that there was a pie in the fruit cellar that I could bring upstairs and eat. (As a 5-year old I continued to go down there whenever Gpa said there was a pie)
ps. Dad, I love you forever.
I met Stack at Appleton Retirement Community where my mother lives. I enjoyed spending time with him & sharing a good laugh while playing cards, sharing ice cream, listening to music, and especially helping him do his throat exercises. I will remember him and your family with great fondness. May The Lord Bless You and Keep You all the days of your life.
Our deepest sympathy to your family.
To Stack's family and friends, my sincere sympathy. My Dad always spoke highly of him and although I only met him once I immediately liked him. He served his country honorably both during his Army enlistment and after. My prayers are with you.
Pete and family our deepest sympathy to you and your extended families. Your Dad was the most wonderful person. He always had a smile and that twinkle in his eyes. He is now at rest in the loving arms of the Lord and reunited with your mom and family that has gone before him. I doubt he had an enemy in this world he will be truly missed. God's peace to all of you at this difficult time. Love Mike and Mary Ourada
I met Stack while taking care if him at Appleton Retirement Community and he and Shirley were some of the most amazing people I have ever met. I will miss the smiles, the talks, and the jokes. May he rest in peace. My sympathy to the family and friends.
Stack--my first boss, what an education I learned from him. Our prayers are with you and families. Ev Charlson
His locker was next to mine at Fox Valley Golf Club. He always had a smile and a joke to tell. He will be truely missed especially by the Veterans he helped through the years.
I took care of Stack at Appleton Retirement and he was such a pleasant resident and very light hearted. He will be missed. My sympathy to the family.
To Pete,Mike,Sue & MaryJo
I am Sorry to here of your fathers passing. He was a great man. I will always cherish the memories of growing up as neighbors and Stack introducing my brother and I to the game of golf. He was a kind man and always treated us with respect. He truly left his mark on those that knew him. You are in our thoughts and Prayers.
Dan & Sandy Van Gompel
What a kind, gentle soul the world has lost and Heaven has gained. He could always put a smile on your face when he entered the room. He was one of my favorite people when he came out to eat with Shirley, Sue and Dan at Willie's. Many good memories! RIP Stack~ God Bless...
We will be in Little Chute for Stack's funeral in spirit. He always served and respected veterans because he new and understood in a very personal way. And, Veterans always respected him. Stack is and will always be a combat veteran and a Hero. He is among the best.