St Clare West Essex Hospice Care Trust
Registered Number 1063631
The work of St Clare is about helping those affected by life-limiting illnesses to have the best quality of life.
Registered Number 1063631
Our dear Mum. Forever in our hearts. We love you. ❤️🤍❤️
Family Katy + Suzy Davis + Kearney
With fond memories of singing alongside Heather and watching her perform with Imperial College Operatic Society in the 1970s. Such a beautiful voice and talented performer. Our love and thoughts to all the family. Tim and Jane Johnson
Mrs Jane Johnson
Dearest Heather A wonderful lady much loved and admired by everyone. Thank you for all your help and support to us and our family over many years. We have many lovely memories of times spent together with much fun and laughter. You are and always will be sorely missed. With lots of love from your ever loving sister and brother in law - Gill and Graham Jenkins.
Mrs Gillian Jenkins
I will miss a lovely, kind friend, taken too quickly and too soon.
Mrs Linda Carter
A good ,kind and talented lady - she touched so many lives in so many ways .x
Mrs Judy Wood
Many happy Imperial College Opsoc memories of Heather. Great to work with her when we co-produced HMS Pinafore for a Budleigh Salterton tour show. Thinking and praying for her family in their loss.
Mr Graham Burton
Enduring musical memories of Heather in performances at Imperial College and in Devon. Happy days! Roger & Cecily Nicholls
Mr Roger Nicholls
Shine bright Heather. Never forgotten. ❤️
Mrs Donna Hardie
Dear Heather, can't believe you've gone.We have lost a lovely, talented special lady. Heather and I became friends whilst working together at Raglan Infant school. As deputy head and my immediate line manger we worked closely together. Her contribution to the SEN children was amazing. Parents and children alike were supported by her calm nature and great knowledge. She was a great support to me as Line manager to TAs. Always approachable we all knew we could speak to her at any time. I was lucky too to see Heather socially away from school. I have fond memories of her practising her head massages on me! A special lady. My love and thoughts are with Suzy and Katy and their families xx
Mrs Susan Green
So very sorry to hear of the death of Heather. She was a wonderful colleague. Heather was so committed to the children she worked with. She was also extremely supportive of staff. My sincere condolences to Heather’s family. She will be greatly missed. With lots of love ❤️
Dr Lynsey Calder
For my friend Heather, a truly beautiful soul, so loyal and so kind, you will truly live on forever, my special friend. In my heart and in my mind, our friendship was truly priceless. I will cherish it forever more. Until the day we meet again, when I knock on heaven's door. I wish I had just one more chance, to see that tender smile. To laugh with you again, my friend, just for a little while. Rest softly now, my special friend, safe in the knowledge that I will never let your memories fade, and so you'll never truly die.
Dr Alfredo Fernandes
It’s hard to know where to begin when leaving a message about Heather, she was so creative, inspiring, strong and funny. Heather has been supportive and caring to me through all the years I’ve known her. There’s been a fair amount of hurdles and challenges over the years, raising a family, dealing with life changes, and her kind and wise words have always stuck with me and given me hope and self belief at each stage. I will miss her greatly. She was a wonder. Rest peacefully Heather. With love Claire, Myrtle and Olive x
Ms Claire Frost
It was a joy to know Heather as we stood next to one another in the choir - such a lovely soprano and accurate voice . She had a great sense of humour which we needed for some of the music choices !! I will miss her , and send my thoughts to all the family. Hilary
Mrs Hilary Mathews
Heather was my valued and loved colleague. She always had a wise word. Dedication to the pupils and staff at the school was at the forefront of everything she did and said there. Retirement diminished the regularity of our contact, but not the friendship and I am fortunate to have happy memories of time spent with her since we left. Her passing was too soon. My thoughts and prayers are with you both.
Ann Pat Speare
Thinking of you all at this very sad time. Sending lots of love Lisa & Rickie X
Ms Lisa Green
Heather was a ray of light with a twinkle in her eye and cheeky sense of humor. I have spent many a night putting the world to rights over a wine or 10 while staring in wonderment at her fridge trying to find the oldest thing in there 😉 She was one of the most interesting and strong women that I have ever known and I was blessed to call her my cousin. She will live on in her gorgeous daughters and grandchildren of course, but we will miss you Heather. It's not the same without you.💔 All our love now, always and forever. Kym, Pete and Jack xx
Miss Kym Chillingsworth
I worked with Heather at Raglan and have fond memories of her. Was so sad to hear of her passing and send heartfelt condolences to you. X
Mrs Carolyn Ruff
I'll always remember her lovely voice, especially when singing in Winchester Cathedral 1965-7
Dr Liz Jones nee Campbell
John and I are going to miss cousin Heather very much. We had so much in common our times together were special. We had several holidays and breaks and theatre visits both London and Stratford etc. Will miss her intelligence, common sense and sense of humour. She will be singing with the Angels now. Jan and John Stanley
Mrs Jancis Stanley
I met Heather as the Deputy Headteacher at Raglan Infant School in Bush Hill Park, that was my first time in a school environment. I chose on purpose to go and work in a school becasue I wanted to be able to follow my daughter education when she moved to secondary school. Heather was immediately approachable and willing to lend a hand when I needed suggestions and direction in understanding the education system in England. She was kind and firm at the same time and I realised quite quickly she had and was continuing to make a huge contribution to the school children's life. She was the piano player, the singer at assemblies, I particularly remember young Joe, an autistic child who she had to play paino to every day at lunch time because he asked her to play for him every day. She patiently played for him every day. Since I lost my husband 2 years ago she has kept in touch with kind and conforting words, she kept writing how I was in her thoughts very often. Well Heather you will always be in my thoughts, I will never forget the person you were, you will forever be alive in my memory. Farewell with much love Giuseppa
Mrs Giuseppa Colella
I've always known Heather as The Mother. Small but mighty. Kind but fierce. Her family was everything. Musical notes flowing through her veins. Twinkly eyes as bright as the sequins she wore at K & Z's wedding. What a triumph she was. I feel so lucky to have been there on that special day. Heather, your light will never go out - your family carry it in their hearts. Sending love to all x
Ms Sarah Bravo
I met Heather when she joined Talbot Heath school for the sixth form. Her dad often drove us to school. Heather was gentle and unassuming, had a great sense of humour and was so musical. I can't believe she's gone - much too soon. Deep sympathy to all close to her.
Mrs Pemma Spencer Chapman
To my dearest friend Heather ,who I was at school with singing at many events . She had a lovely soprano voice. Both of us went to music college and shared a flat in London and kept our friendship - Katy is my God- daughter. Her lovely girls were so grateful for the charity help and they are both in my prayers this difficult time. Margie xx
Mrs Margaret Marshall
In loving memory of the spiritual thoughts and ideas that we have shared since reconnecting at your Mum's funeral in 2020.
Mr Robin Warner
Heather was a beautiful, caring and very funny woman who I loved to visit. She always had something cooking! I had a many a lovely meal or piece of cake with her and a chat. She was super calm, and always have really good advice. She also gave me some of that motherly love she had in abundance when my mam wasn t there. I can still see her at Katy’s wedding singing so beautifully - what a shining star. She has left her family too soon and the space she leaves will be vast. But she was so loved ❤️
Ann Julie Walker-rogers