Edmund Heaton (September 21, 1955 - April 27, 2023)

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Edmund Heaton
  • September 21, 1955
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  • April 27, 2023

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Edmund James Heaton passed away peacefully after a courageous battle with COPD. Born in Trenton, New Jersey, he relocated to Florida after having served in the US Navy. He received his degree in Horticulture which afforded him positions as Horticulturist and Arborist at Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando where he was deeply admired by his colleagues. He was a perfectionist when it came to caring for that which God blessed us – trees, plants and flowers.

His hobbies were fishing and gardening which he found both relaxing and challenging. If we couldn’t find him, he was either in the garage making fishing poles or in the backyard tending to his plants.

His family was loved deeply and home was his sanctuary. His faith in God never wavered. He knew his forever home would be in Heaven.

He is survived by his wife, Lynn, daughters Nicole and Lauren, son Ryan, sister Carol and brother Bob and many nieces and nephews.

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  1. Patrick Heaton says:
    16 May 2023
    Rest in Peace, Uncle Ed.

  2. JoAnn C lit a candle:
    07 May 2023
    Lit since May 7, 2023 at 5:41:45 AM

  3. Paul Bogosian says:
    06 May 2023
    God Bless Edmund.

    What you said is so beautifully expressed.
    Heartfelt emotion in every word. Edmund, a must handsome man with sensitive compassion and kindness in his eyes.

    He is now with the Lord.

    I pray for you and family.

    As someone once said:
    “There are some parts of life that cannot be wished away. We just have to walk through them.”

  4. Bob Heaton says:
    06 May 2023
    Gonna miss you little brother!

  5. Bob Heaton says:
    06 May 2023
    He was definitely an inspiration. He was both my brother and my friend, he had knowledge that we could only wish we had. He could grow a tree from a pop cycle stick! He had both common sense and street smarts, which made me so happy and proud of him. I’ll always love you and respect you for being my little brother.

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