Memorial Spaceflights

Marshall H. Heim

"Miss you! Enjoy the ride."
1941 - 2006

Marshall Harold Heim passed peacefully from this life January 29, 2006 in San Antonio, Texas.

Marshall was an entrepreneur who developed the first credit card gasoline dispensing equipment in the United States. He developed automated fueling stations utilizing the first touch screen technology, and later was a pioneer in the telecommunications industry.

The first 14 years of his career were spent working with the U.S. Army and NASA in communications and tracking operations. While at NASA, Marshall was awarded the Astronaut Corps "Silver Snoopy" award for outstanding contributions.

Marshall was a member of the Broken Arrow Masonic Lodge, Broken Arrow O.E.S. and Worthy Patron of Friendship O.E.S.

Marshall was a beloved husband, father and grandfather who was preceded in death by his mother, father and son, Scott D. Heim.

Marshall is survived by his loving wife, Barbara; children Marshall, Jr., John & Suzanne Armezzani, Richard & Susan Lang, Les & Jonnalyn Hines, Jeff & Trina Coats; brother, Tom and wife, Sandy; and many beloved grandchildren.

Marshall will be remembered for his generosity and kindness to everyone.

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