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April 06, 2002
No words I say can replace who and what has left us, so I can only express my gratitude for knowing Heidi. As family, you in no small way shaped the girl who became the woman whom we all miss today. Thank you.

Along with so many others, I mourn Heidi's departure. In the ten-plus years I knew her, I came to respect her as an inquisitive, yet caring, woman of the world. She was an exceptional person whom I will miss.

As many know, since returning from Harvard, Heidi's calendar in many ways revolved around Grand Old Day. I had little to do with the beginning of their day, but Heidi and pals ended the afternoon at my house every year. She was a magnet for new and interesting people and they showed up with her every year and I am better for it.

A thing of beauty is a joy forever:
Its loveliness increases; it will never
Pass into nothingness; but still will keep
A shelter quiet for us, and a sleep
Full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing.

Nor do we merely feel these essences
For one short hour; no, even as the trees
That whisper round a temple become soon
Dear as the temple's self, so does the moon,
The passion poesy, glories infinite,
Haunt us till they become a cheering light
Unto our souls, and bound to us so fast,
That, whether there be shine, or gloom o'ercast,
They must always be with us or we die.
April 05, 2002
The world is darker this week and it will never be quite as bright again without our Heidi around. But we were so lucky to have her for such a short time! Such an amazing young lady - brilliant, huge-hearted, a citizen of the world. But as someone who really appreciates a good laugh, I would like to bestow on Heidi the "Best Laugh Ever" Award. My favorite memory is hearing that INCREDIBLE laugh come blasting from way over on the other end of a large office building. No matter what kind of work situation I was in, that laugh never failed to totally crack me up. Its something I will play in my heart always to remember my sweet little friend who left us too soon.

During Heidi's illness, it was always very comforting to know what incredible love and support and devotion she received from her family. It was a beautiful thing to behold and I hope that they are able to draw comfort from their deep and powerful family connections.

Heidi was a joy and an inspiration to so many of us. I will miss her terribly and look forward to seeing her and hearing her laugh again some day. Peace, buddy.
April 05, 2002
Dear Huber Family:

Please accept my condolences on the passing of Heidi.

We lived up the street from you on Crestview Avenue in Stubbs Bay many years ago. My three daughters were a little older than Heidi but remember her well. Lois, my oldest, informed me today of Heidi's passing.

When I read the obituary and saw all that Heidi had accomplished in such a short life span I was, as her former German teacher, so very, very proud of her many achievements. She obviously lived a full life, although a shortened life.

I, too, remember her smile, her laughter and her wit. I am so sorry to hear of her passing.

God bless her family. She lives on in the memories of the people who knew her.

Bob Neumann, Heidi's German teacher
April 05, 2002
Dear Barb, Cindy, Wendy, Esther and Family,

My most heartfelt sympathy goes out to you at the loss of your beautiful Heidi. My the good Lord wrap his arms around you and give you comfort at this most difficult time.
April 05, 2002
Bob, Barb, Wendy and Cindy

I am so very sorry to hear about Heidi's passing. I know how much she was loved by all that got the opportunity to be a part of her life. She was someone that people will never forget.

I will always remember her laugh, big smile, calling home every morning when she was staying in town and her zest for life!

Remember that you are loved and have many friends to lift you up. God Bless
April 05, 2002
Barb and Esther,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this most difficult time. May God bless you and keep you in his care know and always.
April 05, 2002
My deepest sympathy to the family of Heidi Huber. She was a amazing person. She will be dearly missed.
April 05, 2002
To the Hubers,
I was so sad to hear of Heidi's passing. Even though we had loss touch, I still think of her and the fun we had together. I loved the way she would be the first to laugh at her own jokes and made everyone around her laugh harder. She was such a great person to be around. You could always count on having fun when you where with her. It's so sad to think that she will not be here to spread around her joy for life, laughter, family and friends.

You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Patty Buer
April 05, 2002
I had the privilege and joy of meeting Heidi (& Barb & Wendy) just once..and I have felt the warmth and love and courage from her/them every since! Bonnie feels you are all part of our family! My heart feels sadness but I know there is great rejoicing in Heaven as they welcome an Angel that accomplished so much in her short 33 years here on earth! Continued prayers for you all! bev ("Iowa angel")
April 04, 2002
Dear Huber Family,

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter & sister.

I received the gift of meeting Heidi at Augsburg College. She was a special person...she was intelligent, courageous, had a great laugh, and her facial expressions are wonderful memories of her that I have. We were friends in college, but unfortunately lost touch when she went off to the Peace Core. I was always very proud of her in college; as hindsight is always 20/20 - I wish I would have told her back then.

My deepest sympathies.

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