The recent arrest of Rex Heuermann, the suspect in the Gilgo Beach murder case, has generated significant attention and media coverage.
In light of these developments, there has been increased curiosity surrounding the identity of his wife.
This article will provide you with the details we have uncovered thus far.
So, who is Rex Heuermann wife?
Heuermann was married once in 1990 and again years later to his current wife, Asa Ellerup, who is of Iceland descent.
He and Asa have an adult daughter Victoria, who works with Heuermann at his architectural firm, and a stepson, Asa’s son from a previous marriage.
We have gathered that kids in Gilgo suspects daughter school referred to her as “stinky girl” because she was an introvert with no hygiene.
Heuermann lived at 105 1st Avenue in Massapequa Park and is a married father of two.
Asa Ellerup was spotted arriving at Suffolk County Court in Riverhead just before noon on Friday.
Asa’s DNA was found on three of the victims’ bodies.
Ellerup, also 59, is listed as living in the same Massapequa Park home.
Next-door neighbor Etienne DeVilliers, a retired New York City firefighter, could only describe her as “quiet.”
Who is Rex Heuermann ?
Mr Heuermann works in Manhattan – where some of the Gilgo Beach victims were last seen alive – as the president of architecture firm RH Consultants & Associates.
According to the company website, he founded the company in 1994. It has since worked with the likes of Catholic Charities, NYC-DEP Sewerage Treatment and American Airlines and other major tenants at the JFK International Airport.
A company page called Meet The Team and featuring his photo appeared to be taken down on Friday morning as news of his arrest broke.
In an interview posted on YouTube by Bonjour Realty last year, the father-of-two said that he was “born and raised in Long Island” but had been “working in Manhattan since 1987… [a] very long time”.
On the company’s website, he claims to have worked on projects including JFK Airport, projects for American Airlines and for some Catholic charities.
The location of the phone calls matched Heuermann’s home address and his office address.
It remains unclear what specific piece of evidence led to his arrest last night.
He is due to go before a judge in Long Island at noon.