Leslie A. Heitz

  • Born: January 3, 1952
  • Died: March 23, 2022
  • Location: Canadensis, Pennsylvania

Swartz-Givnish Funeral Home, Inc.

323 East Washington Avenue
Newtown, PA 18940

Tel. (215) 968-3891

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Leslie A. Heitz, 70, of Canadensis, PA, died on March 23, 2022 at St. Lukes Hospital, Allentown, PA. Born in Sandusky, OH, Leslie was formerly a 45 year resident of Langhorne, PA.

Leslie is a graduate of Council Rock High School, the Moore College of Arts and Philadelphia College of Bible with a Teaching Degree. Strong and steadfast in her Christian Faith, she made the most of her opportunities to teach and share that faith with others. Leslie retired from teaching to care for her beautiful grandchildren. She enjoyed Bible Study, quilting, reading and camping with family and friends. Leslie also enjoyed cooking and baking. She was famous for her 4th of July parties. Leslie is the daughter of Kenneth and Lois Wildman. She is survived by her husband, David Charles Heitz. Leslie is the devoted mother of Christian and his wife, Sylvia Heitz, Micah and his wife,Tiffany Heitz, and Nathanael Heitz. She is the proud grandmother of Allyson and Aidan Heitz, Noah Heitz, and Skylar and Malachi Heitz. Leslie is also survived by her brother, Kenneth Wildman, sister, Leigh Wildman, 8 nieces, 5 nephews and many cousins and friends.

Relatives and friend are invited to Leslie's Life Celebration on Friday, April 8, from 3 to 6 PM followed by her memorial service at the Swartz Givnish Funeral Home, 323 Washington Ave, Newtown, PA. Memorial contributions in Leslie's name may be made to In Lieu of flowers Please make donation to; UMCOR, US Disaster Relief #901670 at P.O. Box 9068, NY.NY. 10087-9068 Or UMCOR.org (serarch) #901670, In memory of Leslie A Heitz


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Praying that caring friends and a living faith will help the family through this difficult time.

Posted by Erika Paton - Langhorne, PA - Acquaintance   April 05, 2022

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Micah and his entire family.
Respectfully, Danko family.

Posted by Judith Danko - MORRISVILLE, PA - Coworker   April 04, 2022

I knew Mrs. Heitz from church youth group in Langhorne. Some of the most valuable lessons I learned in life came from her. I am very blessed that I got to know her when I did.

Posted by Renee Beck-Arnold - Quakertown, PA - Friend   April 04, 2022

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PROVERBS 31: 25-26
~ Rest in Peace ~

Posted by The George Mullin Family Mullin - SEWELL, NJ   April 04, 2022


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