Roger Max Heumann

1941 ~ 2023

On March 19th, 2023, Roger Max Heumann passed away peacefully at home, watched over by Judy Heumann, his wife of almost 56 years.

Roger was born September 10, 1941, to Henry Carl and Viola Margaret Heumann in Bell Gardens California. As the fifth of six boys, Roger grew up with a deep appreciation of his parents, sports, and our nation. He served honorably in the Air Force during the Vietnam War, before meeting the love of his life, Judy, in 1966. While serving at an Air Force base in New Mexico, Roger was introduced to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and later baptized. He and Judy were married and sealed for time and all eternity in the Los Angeles Temple on April 29, 1967.

Roger worked tirelessly for his family over the decades, inspiring a strong work ethic in his children. He served in many church callings as well, always willing to share his testimony of Jesus Christ. During his last few days on earth, he talked much about the Priesthood, our need to serve, and his love for his wife.

He was preceded in death by his parents, four of his five brothers, and his daughter-in-law Stephanie. Roger is survived by his wife Judy, children Tim (Lithia), David (Stephanie), Heidi (George), Susan (Steve), Laurie (Wade), and Steven (Becky), 28 grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren.

Roger’s Funeral services will be held 11 AM Friday, March 24th, at the LDS chapel at 9636 s 1700 e, Sandy UT 84092. A viewing will be held at the same building beginning at 9 AM. Roger will be interred at the Utah Veterans Cemetery and Memorial Park at Camp Williams.

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Stephanie just let know about Roger please take my blessings I was very upset when I heard. Hope everyone is doing PK

- Patricia Heumann


I had to work today so I couldn't make it to the funeral. I was able to watch it on zoom though and it was a beautiful tribute! To Roger, it's not goodbye my's see you later. Rest easy, my friend. Thank you for your service! Give em hell, my friend! You will be missed. Love you Judy!

- Anne Funkhouser Cummins