Heather Susan Lundrigan

October 23, 1958 - May 1, 2022
May 6, 2022 9 Condolences Print Obituary

With a deep sense of sorrow and loss, the family of Heather Susan Lundrigan (Ross) announces her passing on May 1, 2022 at the age of 63.

Heather is lovingly remembered by her daughters, Shelley (Tony), and Jaime (Aaron), her grandkids, Bethany, Griffin, Mateo, and Merrick, and her sisters Shelley and Fran. Heather is reunited with her husband Ian who predeceased her in 2013, her brother Bob who passed in 2017, her sister Barb who passed in 2000, her father Wilfred who passed in 1984 and her mother Monica who passed in 1980.

There will be a private celebration of life held at a later date. In lieu of floral tributes, for those who would like to contribute to her memory, the family requests you post your memories to this digital obituary page so they can create a memorial booklet in her honour.

  1. I remember during Halloween, carving pumpkins and making pumpkin seeds… you were always so nice.
    You will be deeply missed by all who’s lives you touched!

  2. I have so many fond memories; Monty Python, hamburger with mushroom soup and you yelling “Ian, Kim’s here, close the door”, are just a few of them.

    Heather, you were an amazing mom, proud grandma and true to your friends. You were strong and resilient and fiercely independent. You always greeted me with smile and your dry sense of humour cracked me up every time every time!

    You raised two beautiful women and I am honoured to have been one of your many adopted daughters and part of your inner circle.

    Much love – always!! ❤️

  3. I am going to miss you so much Heather at work you were the one to keep my feet on the ground. I miss our morning coffees and talks about everything under the sun, But I think what I am going to miss the must is your laugh. I am sorry we only had 4 years together I so wish for more. I love you my friend so much but I miss you more.

  4. I’m so very sorry for your loss,
    my deepest sympathies for you
    & your family. Your mom
    was the best lady I ever met. I’m
    so sad not being able to have all my breaks & lunch with her at work anymore.
    She always gave me the best
    advice and gave me so much
    courage & strength when I most
    needed it. Thank you Heather.
    She also shared recipes with
    me. Her hash brown casserole
    is my favourite. I love you
    Heather & will miss you every single day!

  5. My Condolences family Heather! I can believe till now. Goodbye are not forever are not the end they simply mean I’ll you until we meet again Heather. Love you forever will miss you

  6. Rest in peace beautiful and kind mother of my life long bestfriend. I’ll always remember your kindness, patience and helpful spirit. You have raised amazing, kind and beautiful daughters. I am forever grateful for knowing you. Rest easy.

  7. In the 80s, Heather was my second mom. She was always giving advice and guidance. I remember bring stuck in a tree outside her place and she laughing at me. Lol. I was there for a while before she went and got my mom and dad to get me down. First time I never had lasagna was from Heather. Best ever. Heather was always so warm, loving and very forgiving, truly an amazing woman who will always and forever be in my heart. To Shelley and Jaime plus all her grandkids. I am very sorry for your loss. You folks had the greatest northside mom. Forever in our hearts.

  8. I remember when Heather, Sandy and I would go to the Fort Road bingo on a Saturday evening. We always had fun even if we didn’t win. We would grab something to eat at the bingo hall before it started. Sending my prayers to her daughters. I will miss her.

  9. I’ve been trying to think of the right words to say goodbye…but there are none. You touched so many lives and made each one better for just knowing you. Your kind heart, wonderful and strange delicious meals and bizarre and hilarious sense of humor will be missed forever. The world has lost a little of its shine in losing you. Love and condolences to all who have had the privilege to know Heather, one of the most amazing and strong women I have ever known.

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