Heather Marie Huber
April 25, 1978 – July 27, 2020
Heather Marie Huber entered this world on April 25, 1978 in McComb, Mississippi. She was born to Linda and Brewer Huber. Heather attended elementary school in Orlando, Florida and then when Heather was 13 she moved to Beebe, Arkansas & attended school there for a few years until she returned back to Florida & finished her high school years at West Orange High School where she graduated earning her high school degree.
Heather was a person who liked to stay active and enjoyed playing softball with her team at school. She was always constantly going and doing things with her friends. A little later in life Heather moved back to the Arkansas area, eventually settling in the Searcy, area where she worked some in food service waitressing, and then later ended up working in Sales where she found she could really excel. She became the Assistant Manager of the Sally Beauty Supply there in Searcy, Arkansas where she work for several years until she begin to lose her ability to be able to work because of several debilitating illnesses.
Heather is survived by her fiance, Nick Wellington, of Searcy, Arkansas; her mother, Linda Thompson of Jackson, Mississippi and Linda's close friend Danny Johnson of Tupelo, Mississippi; her father, Brewer Huber of Florida, her deceased grandmother Elizabeth Williamson on her father's side and her deceased grandparents on her mother's side, Wallace and Elva Gooch; and also her maternal aunt and uncle Frazier and Bobbie Ward of Jackson, Mississippi. Heather also has other relatives from both sides of the family who she also loved and cherished very much.
Services for Heather will be at Parkway Funeral Home in Ridgeland, Mississippi on Monday, August 3, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. Because of the Covid-19 situation, the service will be a private family service with limited attendance. Burial will follow in Parkway Memorial Cemetery in Ridgeland, Mississippi.
Monday, August 3, 2020
Heather Marie Huber
August 2, 2020
From the moment I met heather I knew her to be a firecracker and just knew we would hit it off!
From our moments of working together for years to sharing the same struggles with our mental health. I knew her and always knew her heart was filled with love & joy. She would always want to do more for others and would go above and beyond for you if she could. I pray her soul is at rest now .
August 1, 2020
In the short time we worked together, Heather made an impression on my heart that would last a lifetime. Through all of her illness and hardships, she was unconditionally kind and encouraging to everyone around her. She surpassed us all in salesmanship, and was always looking to extend her hand to others however she could. Wishing her peace and love in her journey on the other side. Until we see you again, ❤
August 1, 2020
I'm at a loss hearing this, there was never a dull moment working with you Heather and I am so very sorry you went through everything you did. RIP sweet lady ❤
Jenna Williamson Pittman
July 30, 2020
Heather was the best big cousin anyone could ask for. I will always cherish our memories of growing up. She used to carry me around like I was her little baby, Punkie was always scared that she would drop me. Heather, I will miss you always. Love you always. Hug granddaddy and Punkie for me. Until we meet again, forever your little cousin.