David Heinzmann is the CEO and President of Littelfuse, as well as an owner of 24,066 units of LFUS stock worth $17,077,204.
Since 2013, he has traded LFUS shares 16 times. The largest transaction occurred on February 14th 2023 when he acquired 24,066 units of the stock for over $3,709,774.
Early Life and Education
David Heinzman was born and raised on a farm near Noblesville, Indiana and dedicated his life to community service. As both a volunteer for Zionsville Fire Department and paramedic, he also coached his son’s Little League baseball team while being an active member of Zionsville Lions Club.
He was a retired Duke Energy employee and beloved husband and father, friend, and proud Zionsville resident. Survived by his wife Helen; daughters Debbie and Jeff Collins (Zionsville); Mark and Lori Heinzman (Fishers); as well as several grandchildren, he is predeceased by both of his parents.
David Littelfuse has been an integral part of the company’s success since 1985 and earned him numerous accolades for his stewardship of its most valuable resource: employees and their families. A true renaissance man, David has managed to balance executive duty with family life admirably; proud father to two children while remaining an involved parent during their formative years. As part of a winning team, David looks forward to reaching new personal heights in coming years.
He was born and raised in Northville, Michigan where his parents owned a small business. After earning his high school diploma, he went on to the University of Illinois at Chicago to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. Additionally, he holds a Master of Science in Finance from Northwestern University.
Achievement and Honors
David Heinzman was an incredible individual who lived life to the fullest. A dedicated dad, travel enthusiast, dapper dresser and genuine person you would meet were just some of his attributes. Beyond his two children, David also had a large extended family who were part of his daily routine just as much as he was. According to David himself: he loved his wife, kids, dogs and cats just as much as his job did. To top it off he also had an infectious sense of humor which often saw him entertaining strangers during events.
Heinzman was an honor student, scholar athlete and well-rounded individual who truly cared about those around him. His accomplishments were many; however, it’s his contributions to society and faith in God’s plan that will always remain the cornerstones of his legacy.
David Heinzman was a church musician, organist, harpsichordist and composer. A member of the American Guild of Organists, his talents were widely appreciated throughout his career.
He earned both a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in music with honors and distinction from the University of Michigan, as well as studying organ at the University of Southern California.
Heinzman achieved notable success during his student days, being a finalist in the Arthur Poister Organ Playing Competition (Syracuse, N.Y.). Additionally, he has performed as a soloist at numerous concerts throughout New York State.
His wife Joan; children and their spouses, as well as grandchildren are his survivors. Additionally, he leaves behind brothers and sisters as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
David Heinzmann has an estimated net worth of $12 Million as of 2023-04-13. As President and CEO of Littelfuse Inc (LFUS) stock, he has made 16 trades since 2013, according to his Form 4 filed with the SEC; his largest trade was 24,066 units on February 14th worth $3,709,774. In addition, Mr. Heinzmann owns 46,457 shares of Gentherm Inc (THRM) stock; you can view his latest ownership details and insider trading reports in his Holdings Summary section. Additionally, Mr. Heinzmann holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Missouri University of Science & Technology