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February 15, 2020
Learned only today, with great sadness, that my former dental school professor had passed. Dr. Heft was well-liked by his students and was always willing and available to assist them in any way he could. Ran into him, a while back, at UFCD, and was fortunate to spend a few minutes catching up. Sleep well, Marc.
February 14, 2020
You made working for you fun! I laughed every day. Thank you! You will be missed Dr. Heft.
February 13, 2020

Dr. M W Heft was a wonderful person, professional, scientist and a researcher. I had the opportunity to be associated with him as a post-doctoral fellow 1989-1993 in one of his NIH program grants for which he was the Director and the Principal Investigator at the University of Florida. He was very kind and effective in his professional approaches.

He was very kind to me personally and took personal interest in me to ensure my personal continuation at the University of Florida after the tenure of the NIH grant. I owe a deep sense of gratitude to him for his timely help and intervention when I needed most at Gainesville, FL

The loss of someone so close is difficult to bear. We share the grief with the family.

May his soul rest in peace. May the Almighty give his family strength and peace to bear the loss.
February 13, 2020
A very kind and quiet man whom I am so blessed to have known my entire 24 years with UFCD. I will miss seeing him in the halls during the lunch hour. God is faithful dear family to see you through this difficult time. But be encouraged, he is now in the best of care, absent from the body, but present with the Lord. Hallelujah!!!
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