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Missing you
April 03, 2007
My sweet, darling daughter. There are no words to say how much I miss you. There is such a void in our lives without you. It seems impossible that five years have passed. And you will never be forgotten by your family or friends. I love you Heidi.
April 01, 2005
I will never forget you or the words of wisdom you shared. You taught me so much - you cannot imagine. Not only by what you said, but by how you lived. Thank you for the impact you had on my life. Always remembered...
Sherrie
April 01, 2004
Heidi:

It's been two years since you've left us and my heart hurts; but as you did last year, you've given us a beautiful day to remember you by.

I miss you every day and I want you to know that your life has made mine more important, because I carry your memories with me. Thanks for the wonderful blessing. I miss you terribly.

Love, Maisa
October 20, 2003
Heidi,
Today is your birthday.
I'm thinking about you and I miss you.
I love you,
Lydia
April 01, 2003
Heidi,

It is so hard to believe it has been a year since you were taken from all of us who love and care about you.

I have missed you so much this past year! There were so many special days and events that you had always made even more special for me, like Grand Old Day, our birthdays, our parties, St. Patrick's Day, concerts... But, what I miss most is just being able to pick up the phone and call you or stop over and hang out together.

I will never be able to understand why you were taken from us. I will never stop being sad or feeling empty because of that. However, even in death you have taught me something extremely valuable - to enjoy every day, especially all of the fun times with friends and family. I am so glad that we were able to spend so many fun times together. I will always treasure those memories!

Even though there is so much pain because of your passing, whenever I think about you or look at your pictures (Lydia and I have them all over our home), I smile and laugh and remember all of the great times we shared. I can still hear your laugh and see your smile.

I hope you know how much all of us care about you and think about you. I also hope that in some way you are there with us, at all of the special events that the future holds for those of us that loved you!

I know that I will see you again, but until then you will always be with me, in my heart.

I love you, Heidi.


Love,

Jon
July 08, 2002
Huber Family,
I just wanted to say I am so sorry for the loss of Heidi.

I knew Heidi as a friend back in the late 80s early 90s at Augsberg College/parties.

I always remembered her smile and laughter. Even thou I lost track of her many years ago, I would ask about her when I caught up with a mutual friend from way back when. Thats why it was such a shock to me, when last week in Calif. I caught up with old friends and I asked whats up with Heidi and they told me the news. I was totally blown away with disbelief!!

However,I am so happy that in Heidis short life she accomplished so much.

It really is a small world, I had a scheduled skin cancer followup/checkup today and I mentioned to my Doctor that I had just heard that a old friend had just succumed to skin cancer at 34 and come to find that my Doctor(Van Roy) had been treating Heidi. I could tell it had been hard on her too. and obvisouly Heidis inspiration had touched her too.

You are in my thoughts and prayers, and Heidi will always be in my thoughts

Ken Orum
May 13, 2002
I just wanted to let friends of Heidi's know that on June 2nd we are going
to have a booth in Heidi's name at Grand Old Day in St. Paul to promote skin
cancer awareness. It will be in front of Pier 1 - cross streets are Grotto
and Grand. You can contact me for information.
April 28, 2002
Dear Huber Family and Friends,

Life continues to prove to me that it is a delicate balance of joy and pain. Heidi and I lost touch after our travels together in Europe in 1990. I have thought about her so many times over the years. The best stories about that year abroad almost always had something to do with Heidi.

My work recently moved me to Brussels and as I travel through Europe, even more memories of our time together have flooded back - so I have been eager to reconnect with Heidi. Sadly, I was not successful with my attempts to find her via the Internet – had I known time was ticking away.

As you can imagine, I am in shock and disbelief that my dear friend & I will not have the opportunity to recount those times together and I will never hear that famous laugh again.

The morning after I learned of Heidi’s passing, I left on a train to Heidelberg, which followed the Rhine River, where we had once taken a boat ride to see the castles. It was my moment to mourn for her and I felt certain that she was seeing that river and all those castles again with me that day.

I will continue to share the stories of our mad-capped adventures in Europe and bring smiles and laughter to those near and dear to me. Memories of Heidi have given me great moments of joy over the years and will do so for many more. Heidi will live on through those whom she has touched.

While it pains me terribly that she has passed on from this life, I will always, always feel blessed to have known her. She had such passion and love for life and her family. I regret that I never had the opportunity to meet you in person.

Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I hope that my words will somehow help you work through the pain of her departure and relish the joyous memories she has given us all.

Sincerely,

Barbara Goodman
Brussels, Belgium
Kentucky@Europe.com

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