Heather Tudor Arens

September 17, 1931November 15, 2021

Heather Arens, a wonderful mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away on November 15, 2021, at the age of 90. Heather was born in England and grew up during the height of World War II. She courageously survived the London Blitz during her childhood and could tell countless, captivating WWII stories that will live on through her children and grandchildren. Upon moving to the U.S. with her first husband, Ellis Evans, Heather became very involved in her community and was immensely helpful to others. She was happy to offer anyone a cooking lesson, as her chocolate mousse could rival Julia Child’s!

Later in life, Heather loved to travel with her husband, Norbert Arens, and spend time with her grandchildren. She loved her family and friends very much and instilled good values in her children and grandchildren that have served them for life, not one grandchild could ever forget to say “please” or “thank you”. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her and forever in our hearts.

Heather was predeceased by her husband Norbert; her grandson, Zachary Evans.

She is survived by her son, Scott Evans and his wife Leslie; her son Gregg Evans; and her daughter Heather Evans and her husband Eric Candelori.

Heather is also survived by her grandchildren, Jeremy Evans and his wife Holly; Chris Evans and his wife Kelly; Justin Evans; Trevor Evans and his wife Summer; Nicole Candelori and her fiancé Ryan; and Michael Candelori. She was also blessed with many great-grandchildren that survive her as well: Amara Evans, Kai Evans, Brooklynn Evans, Reagan Evans, Ryan Evans, Cormac Evans, Skyy Evans, and Zoe Evans.


7 January


2:00 pm

Quantico National Cemetery

18424 Joplin Road
Triangle, VA 22172


Heather Tudor Arens

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Mary Albanese

December 6, 2021

Favorite memory is the patience and love she showed Elizabeth and me 😀 our first summer in obx. A classy lady through and through! And she raised an amazing groundhog! Xoxo a life well lived!