In Memory of Jeffrie Heuft(1952 - 2018)

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Name
Jeffrie Heuft
Spouse
Kiyomi Heuft
Children
Crystal (30), Max (28)
Birth Date
August 1, 1952
Blessing Date
July 1, 1982
Ascension Date
June 29, 2018  
family and friends

Jeffrie Carl Heuft ascended to the spirit world early in the morning on Friday, June 29, 2018 at the age of 65. Jeffrie was born in Detroit, Michigan on August 1st, 1952 and was the fourth child of John and Mary Heuft. He has seven siblings; John, Jackie, Jarard, Judy, Jan, Jerome, and Joseph. Jeffrie spent most of his childhood in Royal Oak and Williamston, Michigan, and graduated from Williamston High School. He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings Judy and Jerome.

Jeffrie joined the Unification Church in 1973. He was Blessed in marriage to Kiyomi Heuft at Madison Square Garden on July 1, 1982. Jeffrie and Kiyomi had two children, Crystal and Max. They raised their children in Royal Oak, Michigan and moved to Columbus, OH in 2006.

Jeffrie was an avid music lover. He enjoyed listening to almost every genre of music, but particularly loved the Carpenters, Bread, John Williams, and John Denver. His love for music was passed on to both his children. He was a true Star Wars fanatic, and has been known to spend hours talking about the symbolism and depth in the movies!

The Ohio Family Church (4303 Indianola Ave, Columbus, OH) will be holding the viewing and Seonghwa Ceremony (celebration of life) on Tuesday, July 3. The viewing will take place from 6:00-7:00 PM with the Seonghwa Ceremony to follow at 7:00 PM. The Wonjeon Ceremony (burial) will take place at 10:00 AM on Thursday, July 5 at Forest Grove Cemetery (8270 Cemetery Pike, Plain City, OH 43064).

Seonghwa Ceremony

Time
7:00 PM
Date
Tuesday, July 3
Location
The Ohio Family Church: 4303 Indianola Ave, Columbus, OH
Viewing
6:00-7:00 PM

Comments (9)

  • cn

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    our deepest sympathies to Mrs. Heuft and his children! what a beautiful family.
    A life well-lived! God bless you Jeffrie.

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  • Joseph Spicciani

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    I have many wonderful memories of Jeff and I blitzing the gulf coast of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana in December 1975. We had a condition of never selling only one of whatever candy we were selling. Jeff would sell two for five and when people would ask “how much is one?” he would say $10 — and before the shock could wear off, Jeff say “why don’t you get 2 for 5. You save 5 dollars and get one free.” Jeff had a spirit that could get away with it every time.

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  • Edner Pierre-Louis

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    Wow!I had always wondered what happened to Jeff since the mid 80’s when we worked together for a few years distributing Ginseng Up in Brooklyn ( Beverage Corp, JEM Beverages and Alex and Ginseng). What a diligent worker he was driving Truck #5 in NYC. I have many great memories of Jeff. Peace on your way home. Condolences to your family.

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    • CYRIL HUGHES

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      I worked with Jeff at the East sun building. OWP. He was a source of light and inspiration
      there .I wish him safe passage, and deepest symphathies to his wonderfull family.

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    • MICHAEL DRAKE

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      Jeff and I were National Mobile Fundraising Team members in New England back in the late 70’s. Even then he loved Star Wars. God bless you Jeff.

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  • Debra Berg

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    Is there a cause or group that we can leave a memorium?

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  • Edward S Taub

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    I remember Jeff well during our time together in the Detroit church. When I was struggling to start an insurance business, Jeff and his wife were among my first customers. He raised two wonderful children who are both musicians and, also, successfully blessed in marriage. I would say he had a good life. We send Jeff off with great joy!

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  • Jérémie EGUEH

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    Is the missionary in Benin of 1990 to do this mission un porto novo Benin

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  • Mitch Dixon

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    Thank you Jeff for your hard work. I remember one time I was mad. Jeff told me to “Chill Out.” It brought me to my senses. Thanks, Jeff.
    Blessings to you and condolences for your family.

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