Kobe Edgar Dimock-Heisler
Dimock-Heisler, Kobe Edgar 21, beloved son, brother, cousin, grandson, and nephew was taken from us prematurely on August 31, 2019. Born January 21, 1998 he resided in Brooklyn Center. Extremely kindhearted and generous, Kobe was loved and adored by everyone who knew him. An avid horticulturalist, Kobe began cultivating and propagating lilies at the age of 4. He crosspollinated two lily strains and created a new one. He cared for his succulents and other plants often grafting, rooting, and propagating new plants. Kobe enjoyed traveling with his family and was especially close to his sister and cousins. He was greatly admired by the youth in the community. He was a parade tricyclist, often riding his unique bike in public parades like Mayday or community events like Open Streets. He also enjoyed bicycle camping, twice riding with his father on the North Shore on a bike trip to Canada. Kobe, a professionally trained chef, enjoyed feeding people and making great meals for family. He also created and sewed stuffed animals that he shared with the children he knew. He understood so much that to list his interests would take a library catalog. His understanding of many things was encyclopedic. This knowledge he would share with everyone he met. Survived by father Jason Heisler (Laura Church); mother, Amity Dimock; stepfather, Encarnacion (John) Garcia; grandparents, Erwin Heisler, Susan Heisler, Muriel Dimock, Jan Reeser, Richard Dimock; sister, Sophie Rose Garcia; uncles, Austin Heisler, James Dimock; aunts, Tricia Schaller, Angelica Dimock, Truc Ly Thi; cousins, Ethan and Ella. Kobe is having a beautiful memorial for family and friends on Sat. Sept. 7th at 4pm at Estes Funeral Home at Plymouth & Penn Ave N. The service can be viewed online at estesfuneralchapel.com/ A repast will follow the ceremony at a different location. Sunday 2pm at Palmers 500 Cedar Ave, Mineapolis, there will be a celebration of life with supper and a benefit concert. Sunday at noon, Kobe will be taking his final bike ride in Minneapolis. We will meet on the Stone Arch Bridge and ride to Palmer's for the celebration of life. Go Fund Me has a fundraising campaign under the name Kobe Heisler. He will receive full Muskoxen Bike Club honors in a private ceremony Sunday night.
Published on September 6, 2019
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