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May 04, 2015

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March 8, 2013
Bertram N. Heyman, 93, of Los Gatos, died March 2,
2013.
He was born to the late Harry and Gussie Heyman on
June 7, 1919, in Youngstown, Ohio, where he worked
in his father's grocery store. Bert's education at Miami
University was interrupted by WWII where he proudly
served as a fighter pilot in the Pacific theatre. He was a
decorated veteran who flew 57 combat missions during
his service in the Air Force. In 1946 he married the late
Esther Kolman, and they moved to Los Angeles and raised
two sons. A job promotion with the International Order
of the Foresters led to their move to Los Gatos in 1973,
where Esther passed away in 1981. Bert and Ida Cutler
were married in 1983 and they shared their love of travel
and community. Bert was a founding member of Congregation
Shir Hadash, and proud member of the Masons
and Lion's Club. Bert showed kindness and compassion
to countless people and organizations throughout his life,
and truly never met a stranger.
Bert is survived by his beloved wife Ida Heyman and
her two children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren;
adored sons Steven Heyman of Los Angeles and Kenneth
Heyman and wife Kimber of San Francisco; brother Dr.
Louis Heyman of Michigan; cherished nieces and nephews;
and a host of dear friends. He was predeceased by
his first wife Esther Heyman; sister Helen Heyman-Cohen
and brother Alfred Heyman.
The family thanks the staff of the Los Gatos Meadows
for their tender care over the years. In lieu of flowers,
please send donations to www.Run4Papa.com for Primary
Progressive Aphasia research.
March 1, 2013
you along with other millions of very brave men and women served along with my dad in the ordinance corp in the ccanadian army
February 28, 2013
My father was in World War II God rest his soul. And I truly belive what Tom Brocaw wrote that his truly is/was "the greatest generation" thanks for your sacrifices to make and keep us free.
February 24, 2013
clifford j. wise wwll u.s. army we always love you
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