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Heather Joyce Saulnier

January 20, 1966January 7, 2021

Saulnier (Cromwell), Heather Joyce- Age 54, of Southville, NS passed away January 7th 2021 at home surrounded by loved ones. Born in Digby. She was a daughter of Brenda Cromwell and the late Norman Cromwell.

Heather was known for her humor and brightening up a crowd. She loved spending time with her grandson and family as her family meant everything to her. She loved gardening, spending time by the lake and relaxing by her stream, event planning as well as making crafts/decorating. She had a spark for life and you could not feel sad after being around Heather. Her presence alone could light up the room instantly. Heather also loved her community and would offer her help whenever needed. She fought a brave, courageous battle and she will be forever missed by her family & friends.

Heather is survived by her husband Michael Saulnier. Daughters Kaitlin (Kris) and Aleia (Taylor). Sisters, Coleen (Herb) of Newfoundland, Carleen (Kevin) of Weymouth, NS. Brothers, Warren of North Carolina and John (Sandra) Clements, North Carolina. Survived by Grandchild Christopher, numerous aunts and uncles and several Nieces and Nephews. Predeceased by Grandparents Warren & Joyce Cromwell, Father Norman Cromwell (Southville).

The family would like to thank V.O.N, homecare, palliative care Nurses, family and friends who offered to us the upmost care and support to Heather and us during her battle with cancer. Service and Burial to be held at a later date.

Cremation has taken place under the care of Jayne’s Funeral Home, Weymouth. Donations in memory can be made to The Canadian Cancer Society or a charity of choice. Share a memory or leave a condolence at www.jaynesweymouth.com

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Sheila Bright

January 13, 2021

Heather may you rest in peace. I will miss seeing you and hearing your laugh when I come back in the summer for a visit. Hugs and kisses🌹💖

Rhonda Tangredi. (Langford)

January 13, 2021

I'll always remember Heather, we were special friends like sisters growing up, when I was home. She is special in my heart for this reason.
Sincere condolences to cousin Brenda, my Auntie-momma and especially to her children and husband whom I've never had the pleasure to meet. Big ((HUGS)) to all my cousins for their loss of a beautiful soul.
May you Rest Peacefully in the arm's of your Angel and suffer no more.
Love Rhonda, Savanna, Chase and Family! ❤


Ann Robichaud

January 11, 2021

Dear Mike, Aleia and Kaitlin,
Our deepest sympathies on the passing of Heather. Her family meant everything to her. Heather was friendly and had a great sense of humour. I always enjoyed her.
Thinking of you all during these very difficult days.

Sincerely,
Ann and Yvon Robichaud

Clayton Lewis

January 11, 2021

I first met Heather when she was a student in my high school English class. A wonderful personality . Sincere condolences to all her family.

Clayton Lewis

Susan O'Blenis

January 10, 2021

Another picture from the polar dip. Sorry it is not clearer. That was such a fun day.
We felt so privileged to visit with Heather and her girls a couple of days before she passed. Beautiful girls. You could tell that Heather had been a wonderful mom and grand mom. Heather was very sick but we could easily communicate with her about the memories and about the place where she wanted to go. A place where "God will wipe away all tears, where there is no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain" Revelation 21:4.
I am looking forward to seeing Heather again.

Susan O'Blenis

January 10, 2021

To Heather's Family: We are so sorry for your loss.
I worked with Heather at the 340 Pelting Plant. She was so sweet and so much fun. You never knew what she would be up to. I've included a picture of her and I think it was "Tiny" doing a "polar dip" in the middle of the winter. ( I wish the picture was clearer but it still brings back fond memories).
We pray that the God Of All Comfort would Comfort the Family and give them His Peace. Family & Friends are here to help if you ever need help. Love & Prayers - Susan & Pastor Tim O'Blenis
New Tusket Baptist Church

Rudy Tinker

January 9, 2021

I offer my deepest sympathy to Aleia, Kaitlin and all family members. I became acquainted with Heather during my final year at W.C.S. She was a very supportive and caring parent, and I always enjoyed my conversations with her. I hope you are able to find peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Jennie Richards

January 9, 2021

May you rest in peace my dear cousin, you are in the hands of the lord. My thoughts and prayers to the family and all my cousin, she was a great person. I will miss seeing you across the fence hanging clothes , gardening and chatting. Dad will miss you for sure. Hug all the family up there in heaven and let mom know I miss her. Love you cousin until we meet again xoxo.

Love Jennie

wanda Gaudett

January 9, 2021

As Heather would ,say what brought us together was the love that we both shared for our children. Heather, was not only my neighbor and coworker from the 340 she was my very dear friend. She was someone I could lean on, and oh how I will miss the laughter we shared.
To her lovely girls never forget how much she loved you, and the gift you gave her, Christopher.
Take comfort in knowing that she now has a new home, a mansion up in glory land, where there is no pain or suffering, she is at peace with God

Mai-Gemu Johnson

January 9, 2021

Rest in peace in God’s loving arms dear Cousin.
Mai-Gemu Johnson (Jimmie Langford)

FROM THE FAMILY