Heather Helene Lattin

October 4, 1959April 9, 2018

Heather Helene Lattin was born on October 4, 1959 in Milton, FL and passed away on April 9, 2018.


  • Rosary Service Friday, April 13, 2018
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, April 14, 2018

Heather Helene Lattin

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Carolyn Badasci Adam

April 13, 2018

To the Lattin and Campbell Families,
I am so sorry to hear about Heather’s illness and now death. I am sure Jesus
is lavishing her with his love and comfort as we speak. I’m just as sure that she is putting a new spark in heaven.
I went to school with Heather from about third grade through high school. At M.I.Q. she was always put together perfectly. I was so envious of her hairdo. We played sports and ran track together. She was a great athlete and could run like the wind. She always ran the anchor leg of our relay team. I can’t remember how many times she saved our butts passing runner after runner to break the tape.
Later in high school, we became better friends. I’m sure us coming from a class of 20 students to a class in the big world of over 250 had something to do with it. Although I don’t think we had a single class in all four years, we still hung out on weekends and summers. We went to lots of games together because both of our besties were cheerleaders. I still laugh when I think of some of the ways she referred to some people we weren’t to friendly with. She definitely had a way with words.
The last time I saw Heather was many years ago at a class reunion. There I learned of her love for all things Bill and her son Liam. The light in her eyes when she spoke of them told the whole story. That same night she also shared how hard and confusing it was for her when her sisters answered God’s calling of them and became nuns. But she told me upon visiting them it was clear that they were living in total peace and joy. It was a lovely conversation. Regrettably that is the last time I spoke with her. I wanted you all to know that many people were touched by her life and that I will always think of her with laughter and fondness.
God Bless you all,
Carolyn Badasci Adam