As president of these two famous Spanish enterprises, Eduard Heusch was devoted to
the betterment of his many loyal factory workers. He was keenly interested in architecture and he commissioned a magnificent residence in Barcelona which was
named Finca del Pinar.
He married his first wife, Camille Pommereau (1868-1934) in Paris in 1887, and two children were born: Edouard C. Heusch (1889-1961) and Maurice F. Heusch (1890-1963).
From his second marriage to Antonia Fernandez Rodriguez (1898-1981) five children were born (family tree):
María Mercedes (1914) Carlos (1924-1935), Hugo (1925-1931), Manuela Consuelo Heusch (1927-1979) and Alberto Carlos Heusch (1932-2007).
Shortly after the Spanish civil war erupted in 1936, Eduard
Heusch relocated temporarily to Germany with his two youngest children Consuelo-Manuela and Alberto. Eduardo Heusch died in Bad Reichenhall May 7, 1937.