Nathan S. Heimbach

Nathan S. Heimbach, 38, of New Berlinville, passed away at home on Saturday, March 5, 2022.

Nathan worked for several years as a landscaper for Ott’s Landscaping. He was a very loving and caring person who enjoyed working on cars and taking things apart and putting them back together. He loved electronics of any kind.

Nathan is survived by his father, Laverne Heimbach, his mother, Janice (Kulp) Arbogast, wife of Jeff, and one son, Nathan Heimbach, Jr., as well as two sisters: Jaclyn (Heimbach) Huffman, wife of Jason, and Trisha Heimbach. Nathan is also survived by five nieces: Breanne Huffman, Alyssa Schlichter, Faith Schlichter, Kendall Huffman, Lydia Fox, and Jade Fox, as well as a maternal grandmother, Lillian Kulp.

Nathan was predeceased by his paternal grandparents, Doris Heimbach and Vernon Heimbach as well as a maternal grandfather, John Bittner.

Services will be private at the request of the family.

8 Condolences
  1. I’m so sorry for your loss. I was deeply saddened when I heard of Nate’s passing. I got to know Nate years ago when he would stop over at a mutual friends’ house to hang out in the garage and tinker with cars and trucks and electronics. He would always have his son with him (probably the cutest and funniest kid I ever got to know!) and it was always a good time. Nate had a very warm and welcoming friendly energy about him, and I always felt comfortable and relaxed in his presence. God blesses us with people like this, but it seems only for a short while until He calls them back home. I’m grateful that I got to know him. God bless you Nate, and peace and comfort to your family.

  2. We are both so very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family 🙏🙏

  3. Janice and Family, We’re so sorry for your loss. Hold tight and speak often of your memories of Nate, they can give comfort. Our love and prayers are with you.

  4. I’m so sorry for your loss Nathan was my grandsons father you will be missed so much

  5. I am so sorry for your loss. I was one of his former teachers from Boyertown and I fondly remember Nate as a kind and hard working person.

  6. I love you brother, i wish the best for your family, Ive missed you the last couple years, i think about you and Trisha alot and all that we did together, im thankful we met.I always thought of you as a true friend. Rest easy Nate….

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