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Hixson Moss Bluff

150 Bruce Circle, Moss Bluff, LA

OBITUARY

Heather Rae Smith-Corman

May 31, 1966February 29, 2020

Heather Rae Smith-Corman, 53 of Moss Bluff, LA was reunited with her son on Saturday, February 29, 2020.

Heather was born on May 31, 1966 to Robert and Eileen McCloskey in Fargo, North Dakota. She survived her teenage years but never lost the inner child love of; Disney, especially Mickey Mouse, anything sugar could be put into and memorized "Mama Mia" by the second viewing. She was a proud mother to her three children and openly welcomed the title change to "Namie" when her grandchildren were born.

She was welcomed into heaven by her son; Kyle Runciman, her mother, a brother; Scott McCloskey, and Dick Smith.

Those left to remember her when enjoying a sugary treat are; her husband; Ben Corman, her daughters; Alexandra(John) Guevara Sember, Sydnie (Todd) Parker, Ben's children and family; Josh, Seth, Jared and Laura, her siblings; Susan McCloskey, Mike McCloskey, Dawn Fillmore, Laurie McCloskey, John McCloskey, her father Bob McCloskey, two grandsons; Tristan and Kyle along with two on the way.

Cremation has been entrusted to Hixson Funeral Home and the family will have a private ceremony on Friday, March 6, 2020.

We invite you to leave a favorite memory or sentiment of condolences at www.hixsonfuneralhomes.com.

  • FAMILY

  • She was welcomed into heaven by her son; Kyle Runciman, her mother, a brother; Scott McCloskey, and Dick Smith.
    Those left to remember her when enjoying a sugary treat are; her husband; Ben Corman, her daughters; Alexandra(John) Guevara Sember, Sydnie (Todd) Parker, Ben's children and family; Josh, Seth, Jared and Laura, her siblings; Susan McCloskey, Mike McCloskey, Dawn Fillmore, Laurie McCloskey, John McCloskey, her father Bob McCloskey, two grandsons; Tristan and Kyle along with two on the way.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Friday, March 6, 2020

Memories

Heather Rae Smith-Corman

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Michael Corman

March 3, 2020

Heather’s unique ability to instill a sense-of- belonging to others was remarkable. People always felt welcomed, valued, and accepted when spending time with her. Laughter, kindness, and the ability to have an enjoyable time, regardless of the situation, are memorable attributes of Heather. Her time with Ben, and being part of the Corman family, was entirely too short. Our grief is overwhelming and matched only by our gratitude in having the opportunity to know such a beautiful person. Her influence is powerful and lasting. Prayers for all who knew Heather as they find their way in dealing with this loss.

Sean Dougherty

March 2, 2020

Heather,
You were easy to know and to love. You shared joy everywhere you went, and truly were as sweet as sugar. Life wasn't always easy for you but you made lasting friends who surrounded you everywhere you went.

And we who knew you are a small number compared with those you have gone on to meet ahead of you. May you find blessed reunion among the family and friends of those who precede you into glory. Run into the arms of those who love you and await your coming into glory.

Thanks for all the precious smiles and memories.
~Sean

Paula Lunn

March 2, 2020

Heather, so sweet & precious!! She was Always smiling & Laughing, she could make you smile with her smiling sweet face!! She will Always be remembered for that for sure!! We will miss her!!

Vanessa Santos

March 2, 2020

Heather,

You were always such a delight and such fun to be around. It was always great hearing you talk about your kids and your travel adventures.

Have fun up there in heaven with Kyle.

Vanessa

Nikki Martinez

March 1, 2020

My deepest condolence. I loved working with your mom. She was so fun, energetic, caring, and loving. I learned so much from her. Your family is in my prayers.

Chris & Lezley Tuft

March 1, 2020

Heather 💛
I’m breathless 💛 my sweet friend... Chris & I have cherished knowing you from the first hello... you & I shared this fun mischievous way of never growing old.. Chocolate ran thru our veins & Cosmos’s..
I just walked outside to find your star where you will shine with our boys 💕I loved being able to tell you everything & I will continue to talk to you! Visit us often⭐️ your smile & sweetness will live in our hearts forever .
Ben we have never met you in person but always felt you were her Romeo. I remember her telling me about her waiting for you to open the car door.. she was convinced you had all the best qualities & how your friendship developed into a true love.
Alexandra & Sydnie, we are so sorry . Your mama was so proud of your accomplishments as children to young women & now mothers... she burst with love for you- and your babes.. You have many wonderful memories to share of their Namie.
California loves you all and we wrap our arms around each & everyone of you.
Chris & Lezley Tuft

Andrea Brodsly

March 1, 2020

My heart and prayers go out to the whole family.

Julie Boudreaux

March 1, 2020

The sweetest lady. Gone too soon. Will miss her sweet smile. Godspeed.

Rose Corman

March 1, 2020

My love and prayers go out to brother Ben & family. Heather will be missed🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️

Carleton & Shawnee Perkins

March 1, 2020

Heather and Ben met at our house. Doug FUSELIER made a stone in their memory that’s still at our house stating this is where love starts. Ben fell in love from that moment on as she did, like two kids in love as it should be. All were and have been so happy for them. We will miss you Heather, no more than Ben will of course , we are sure of that. Till we meet again, watch over us. We love you.

FROM THE FAMILY