Heather Noel Enyeart
December 3, 1957 – February 4, 2021
Heather Noel Enyeart was born December 3, 1957 to parents Merrill and Jean Enyeart. Heather attended Irvington primary school, Adams and St. Mary's High school, where she was an excellent student, excelling in all areas of study, graduating a year early from high school.
Heather attended Western business college and worked for an optometrist and spent many years working for Multnomah County as a care provider. Heather's warmth and caring demeanor had a positive impact on the lives of all the individuals she cared for.
Heather had a passion for music and enjoyed attending many concerts with family and friends over the years. She loved the Mt. Hood jazz festival and frequently listened to live music in the Portland metro area at various music venues. Heather enjoyed regular trips to the Coast with Arie to eat at their favorite waterfront restaurant near Newport. Heather was an amazing cook and loved to bake around the holidays.We enjoyed many years of family barbecues, birthdays, Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations as a family at our childhood home. Heather was a dedicated loving, spouse, sister, daughter and aunt to many nieces and nephews. She spread kindness, light and love to everyone she came in contact with. The world is a better place because of her. Words cannot express the depth of our loss as a family...Thank you Heather for your Legacy of Love...it will be with us forever...
Heather is survived by her spouse Arie and siblings Craig, Marty, Carrie and Carter.
Private Family Service
Saturday, February 20, 2021
Heather Noel Enyeart
February 19, 2021
My dear Aunt Heather,
I am so proud to call you my Aunt and friend and also to share the same middle name with you. We have had so many wonderful memories together, I will treasure these forever. You brought joy to everyone around you like a bright star in the sky. I will always keep your memory alive and celebrate your life. Your loss is a profound one, but I know you are happy in heaven looking over us with Grandma and Grandpa Enyeart.
February 17, 2021
Heather my great aunt so many great memories we had used to go to so many amazing concerts and music shows I’m going to miss you every day words cannot explain the loss and the pain that I feel so many great memories growing up with you traveling all over the city going to Eat Pizza with Ari and you so many great conversations about the future so many things we were planning to do that we never got to do I guess the Lord called you home to be with great grandma and great grandpa Enyeart may the Lord and angels watch over you such a tragic time for our family you will always be missed and Always in our hearts
Your great nephew
Carrie E. McCollum
February 11, 2021
I am so grateful for the bond of our sisterhood, for the gift of your Love, your smile and enthusiasm for life. I am grateful for your loving spirit and for the endless love you have given to each and every member of our family. As I reflect on all the memories we have shared throughout our lives, I thank God that you are my Sister and that God chose us to be siblings.You are Forever my Hero and an example of True Strength and Agape Love. Words can never express the depth of loss we feel as a family, we will never be the same without you... It broke our hearts that God called you home but we take comfort in knowing you are in heaven with Mom and Dad.
Heather for Your Legacy of Love
that will be with us Forever....
February 7, 2021
Heather's Loved Ones,
Thank you for all you have done to be there for Heather when she needed you most. I hope that we all can reflect on good memories and all of the lessons that Heather taught us about life. She was so giving, loving, and full of joy.
Arie, you were her light. Family, she was so grateful to have your support through all her ups and downs. Thank you for always being so loving and present.
I'll miss her dearly.