Jeffrey Heidtman Obituary (1987 – 2021) – Toledo, OH

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Jeffrey “Scotty” Heidtman, II

07/23/1987 – 06/20/2021

Jeffrey “Scotty” Heidtman, II, 33 years old, of Toledo, Ohio, died on Sunday June 20, 2021. Scotty, an ironworker for Local 55, was a unique person who loved to work and play hard. Scotty lived his life to the full, loved his family and friends deeply, and brought his tremendous presence and sense of humor with him everywhere he went. Scotty had a real heart and everyone who knew Scotty loved him and loved being surrounded by his charismatic energy!

Scotty was born on July 23, 1987 in Toledo, Ohio, to Jeffrey Heidtman, Sr. and Andrea (Ardoyno) Syroka. He graduated from Bedford High School, where he was a celebrated athlete in both wrestling and football. Scotty was passionate about his country, work, family, a great Euchre game, and the Ohio State Buckeyes! He loved his dog and spent time outdoors, especially at Devil’s Lake and the Au Sable River.

Scotty spent most of his working life as an ironworker at Local 55. He was loved and will be remembered by his colleagues at the ironworks as an incredibly dedicated, hard-working member of the crew who always made “the boys” laugh. Scotty also spent a lot of time helping his family’s business, Northern Tree Service, and could cut a tree in minutes and would do anything in his sandals.

Scotty leaves a huge void for his family and friends. He is survived by his beloved friend Torey Meinen and their son Logan; his mother Andrea (Darius J.) Syroka; his stepmother Laura Heidtman; and his father, Jeffrey Heidtman, Sr; his sisters Samantha (Victor V.) Heidtman and Jenifer (Nathan) Ziegler; his brother Nick Syroka Sr .; Stepsisters Shalene Beard and Kayla Smolenski; Nieces and nephews, Cecilia and Graham Ziegler, Ellis and Edie Van Deilen, Tracy Syroka; and godson, Nick Syroka, Jr., Oliver and Quinn Basch.

The demonstration and service will be held at the Walker Funeral Home at 5155 W. Sylvania Avenue, Toledo, OH 43623. The screening will take place on Saturday, June 26th, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The service begins at 3:00 p.m. The celebration of life takes place immediately after the service at Nick and Jimmy’s Bar and Grill on Monroe St. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Humane Ohio to support Scotty’s love for animals.

Published by The Blade on June 24th, 2021.