Who is Victoria Heuermann? Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Gilgo Beach Serial Killer Suspect



Victoria Heuermann Wiki – Victoria Heuermann Bio

Victoria Heuermann, The suspect busted for the Gilgo Beach murders is a twice-married architect quietly raising two children — including a son with special needs — in the dilapidated Long Island home he grew up in.



Rex Heuermann’s stunned neighbors in Massapequa Park were nearly united Friday in calling him a quiet businessman and “regular family man.”

Among them was actor Billy Baldwin, 60, who tweeted his shock at waking to “learn that the Gilgo Beach serial killer suspect was my high school classmate” from Berner High School’s class of 1981.



Age

Victoria Heuermann is 26 years old.

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“Married, two kids, architect. ‘Average guy… quiet, family man.’ Mind-boggling,” the local-born actor wrote.



The 59-year-old architect was raised with his brother, Craig, in the unkempt 1956 home on 1st Avenue directly across the bay from where 11 bodies have been strewn since 2010.

According to property records, he bought the house from his mom, Dolores, for $170,000 in 1994.

That was the same year he started his company, RH Architecture Design, based on Fifth Avenue in midtown Manhattan, where he was arrested late Thursday.

According to neighbors, his daughter was among his staff there — and he also raised a special needs son.

Here’s what we know so far about the suspect’s family:

WIFE

According to neighbors and reports, Heuermann is married to Asa Ellerup, which says she is of Icelandic heritage.

Ellerup, also 59, is listed as living in the same Massapequa Park home — and Heuermann can be seen looking her way in the only photo of herself on her Facebook page.

However, it gives little other information about her.

Next-door neighbor Etienne DeVilliers, a retired New York City firefighter, could only describe her as “quiet.”

Heuermann’s wife was equally mum Friday when she showed up at Suffolk County Court in Riverhead ahead of his expected arraignment later today.

“Please leave me alone. I will not be saying anything,” she told Newsday, who did not confirm her name but told court personnel she was Heuermann’s wife.

EX-WIFE

Heuermann was just 26 when he first married in New Brunswick, New Jersey, according to a 1990 wedding announcement showing him smiling in spectacles in his wedding snap.

His first wife, Elizabeth Ryan, was described as a “graduate of St. Peter’s High School” also in New Brunswick and Montclair State College, where she got a degree in business administration.

At the time, she was a junior planner at a New Jersey office supplies company.

Heuermann was just an intern at an architecture company at the time, four years before he started his firm. His brother, Craig, was his best man.

It was not immediately clear when that marriage ended — or why — and attempts to reach Ryan were unsuccessful Friday.

However, she has lived at her current home for around 15 years, according to neighbors who told The Post she has been split from Heuermann for at least that long.

DAUGHTER

Heuermann’s 26-year-old daughter Victoria was proudly listed as just four key members of his “team” on his company website Friday — until it got yanked soon after The Post identified him as the suspect.

The daughter was pictured grinning in sunglasses without getting a specific title.

However, it appears to have been a relatively new gig, with her LinkedIn describing her as a “sales associate” at Macy’s until a few years ago.

She worked at the Manhattan megastore while studying at the New York Institute of Technology, where she recently graduated with a BFA in Fine Arts in 2019, her profile said.

“I know 3D/2D Animation, Modeling, Sculpting, Autodesk Maya/Mudbox, ZBrush, ToonBoom Harmony, Photoshop, Illustrator, and editing in After Effects and Premier,” she wrote — saying she was “looking for a job in animation,” rather than her dad’s architectural business.

Attempts to reach her were not immediately successful Friday, and the company she worked at with her dad has yet to respond to messages seeking comment.

“She’s very shy,” said DeVilliers, the next-door neighbor.

“A very nice girl.”

SPECIAL NEEDS SON

Neighbors saw less of Heuermann’s son, whom some sources suggested was his stepson.

“He has a partially disabled kid. A very nice kid,” DeVilliers said of the boy, who does not appear to be listed on the property records.

“We spoke frequently, every day. And his kid is a nice kid, a special needs kid,” DeVilliers also told CBS News.

“The guy’s been quiet. Never really bothers anybody. We are kind of shocked.”

“I know 3D/2D Animation, Modeling, Sculpting, Autodesk Maya/Mudbox, ZBrush, ToonBoom Harmony, Photoshop, Illustrator, and editing in After Effects and Premier,” she wrote — saying she was “looking for a job in animation,” rather than her dad’s architectural business.

Attempts to reach her were not immediately successful Friday, and the company she worked at with her dad has yet to respond to messages seeking comment.

“She’s very shy,” said DeVilliers, the next-door neighbor.

“A very nice girl.”

SPECIAL NEEDS SON

Neighbors saw less of Heuermann’s son, whom some sources suggested was his stepson.

“He has a partially disabled kid. A very nice kid,” DeVilliers said of the boy, who does not appear to be listed on the property records.

“We spoke frequently, every day. And his kid is a nice kid, a special needs kid,” DeVilliers also told CBS News.

“The guy’s been quiet. Never really bothers anybody. We are kind of shocked.”

PARENTS

Heuermann proudly claimed that his dad, Theo, had been an “aerospace engineer who built satellites” — while also working as a cabinet maker.

He passed on that skill to the suspect, who said he still makes furniture — and learned to always rely on “a hammer” when he needs to “persuade something.”

Records show Theo Heuermann died in 1975, when he was 50, and his son would have been just 11.

According to records, his mother, Dolores, is still alive, suggesting she is 93.

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She sold the 1st Avenue home where she raised her family in Heuermann in 1994 when the US suffered the Great Bond Massacre financial crisis.

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Heuermann later confirmed that the recession spurred his decision to open his firm helping companies with NYC’s building department.



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