In his lovingkindness, Jesus called Heather home from her loving family, friends and extended family.
Heather is predeceased by her parents; Viola and George Malboeuf. She is survived by her brothers; Dave (Jane), Wayne, and Tom, sisters; Carol and Diane. Heather also had many nephews and nieces; James, Wendy, Wanda, Kadin, Rylan, Tyler, great nephews; Evan and Dylan and dear friend Ann Pokol.
Heather was a devout Christian, who will be greatly missed. She volunteered at the Nursing Center and worked at Quality Foods. She loved serving at her church, singing, coloring, and walking with her friends. Heather found much delight in observing nature. She was a quiet and compassionate free spirit, who loved to laugh. She had a beautiful heart and soul.
Heather’s favorite place to walk was the spit, delighting in watching the waves curl around the shores. She also loved watching at the Airpark as she was an avid birdwatcher. Her favorite place to visit for tea was the Filberg Teahouse so she could enjoy the view. She looked forward to attending services at her church and attending the Filberg Festival. Heather loved watching the different weather patterns, such as lightning (better than the movies), hail, snowy walks when the snow was first falling and even loved a really good downpour of rain.
A Celebration of Heather’s life will be held at Aaron House Christian Fellowship on April 15th at 1:30 p.m.
In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to Aaron House Christian Fellowship or the Canadian Cancer Society.
“The world is a much better place for having known you Heather, my sweetheart” ~ God.