Larry Heitman was born in 1945. He attended Texas A&M University, University of Texas Law School and St. Mary’s School of Economics. After serving in the military, he began a career with the Xerox Corporation. He quickly rose through the ranks of field leadership to become an executive with Xerox.
Larry earned the distinction as a business turnaround expert. He was thrust into failed organizations and turned each one into a successful, thriving operation. After retiring from Xerox, he continued this ability turning failed operations into successful operations in a completely different field, High Tech. His belief that with every problem there is a solution served him well in his work and personal life.
Larry also believes that knowledge is a powerful tool in the quest of problem solving. His accumulation of over 250 university class work and hundreds of hours of business related course work is a demonstration of that belief. And as a result of a genetic disease that claimed the lives of most of his ancestors in their 40’s and 50’s, he has investing thousands of hours in the study in the fields of longevity, the restoration of energy, elimination of joint and muscle pain, the restoration of cognitive function and “diseases of aging“.
These two beliefs in knowledge and persistence problem solving greatly assisted him in facing his greatest challenge; the literal fight for his life. It was during this period of Larry’s life that he relied heavily on a third belief. This belief is revealed in the section titled “My Health Journey”.
On a personal note, Larry resides in Houston, Texas with his gracious wife Jill. They have been married for 45 years. And they have eight children, six grandchildren and one great grandchild.