Heather Lenah Rieger

Heather Lenah Rieger

09-13-1984 - 12-23-2021

Heather Lenah Rieger

09-13-1984 - 12-23-2021

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Heather Rieger, 37, passed away Dec. 23, 2021 she was a beloved Mother, Daughter, Sister and Friend. Born September 13th 1984 to the late Harold E. Rieger II and Gretchen Jones(Madison). Heather grew up between Camp Verde Arizona and Sylvania Ohio, but in her heart she found Arizona to be her home. Throughout her life Heather gave birth to 3 children, 2 boys and 1 girl, She wanted nothing but the best for each of them. Heather loved listening to music loudly, and found a friend in everyone. She hated creepy crawlies but had a passion for exploring the desert and all it’s wonders. Her leaving has left a hole in our hearts and she will be deeply missed by anyone who had the privilege of knowing her. She is survived in death by her Mother: Gretchen Jones(Madison), her Children: River Rieger, Hunter Rieger-Kelley, and Halleigh Rieger-Kelley, her Brother: Christopher Rieger, and Sister’s: Heidi Perretti(Dominick) and Rayn Rieger. Many Aunt’s, Uncle’s, Cousin’s and Friend’s. Her family would love to express their appreciation to Hospice of the Valley for their compassion in the final days of her life.

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5 responses to Heather Lenah Rieger

  1. I love you Heather used to listen to “tool”… So LOUD… WE HAD SOME GOOD TIMES SOME REAL HARD BELLY LAUGHS YOU CAN MAKE ANY BAD TIME INTO A GOOD TIME. I CAN’T BE TOO SAD OR UPSET GOD NEEDED YOU YOU DEFINITELY ARE A WARRIOR STRONGEST WOMAN I KNOW REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND I WILL SEE YOU AGAIN.

  2. Heather I’m writing this on behalf of your three kids they loved you more than life itself they’re going to have a hard time missing their mommy but we’ll do everything we can to help them through this you’ll never be forgotten every time we look up in the sky will be thinking of you looking down on us may God bless us all

  3. My dearest friend Heather, thank you for sharing your smile with me and the moments of laughter. You brightened up the world and now I am certain you are making heaven brighter. Fly free precious and beautiful friend. I will never forget you.

  4. Heather my best friend of 18 years as I write this im deeply saddened from the first day we met I knew we would be the greatest friends we shared so much love sadness arguments fights tears and laughter we shared everything that two girlfriends can share. We have been each others person you turned to when things got rough. I knew your secrets, desires, fears, silly crushes and serious relationship problems. And the same for me. We had no secrets, never lied to each other, were always brutally honest and full of respect. We were in each others inner world, mind and deepest corners of our soul. Our life together just keeps flashing before me. Thank you for all the memories and leaving me with a love stronger than death. Have a great journey up there honey I can’t wait to hear all about it when I get there. I love you.

  5. So sorry to read this. I wish I would have stayed in contact with you Heather. Rest in Peace Heather. May God keep you on His Hand and give your family strength

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