Heather Lynette (Lewis) Slusser, was born December 21, 1972, daughter of William Wesley, Sr. and Lorna Jean Lewis.
Heather, accepted Jesus her Saviour and carried the Lord in her heart. She was not one to flaunt her beliefs and lived the Godly life. Heather worked at the Goddard School District as a special education paraprofessional and was very highly thought of by all of those she was around.
Heather entered the life of marriage to Michael Ray Slusser, July 17, 1992. She gave birth to Jeffery Michael and Shelby Raelynn.
Heather passed from this life on November 6, 2021, at the age of 48.
Survivors include husband Michael, father William Lewis, Sr. children, Jeffery and Shelby Slusser, sister Darla Lewis, brother William Lewis, Jr., Aunts Wilma Barbian, Betty Long, Maryann Taylor and numerous niece, nephews and cousins. Preceded in death by her mother Lorna Lewis, maternal and paternal grandparents.
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