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June 4, 1980 – September 14, 2018

 

Heather Hennigan Wadley of Edmond, OK was born June 4, 1980 in Okmulgee, OK to Bill Edward and Patricia Lee Hennigan. She attended Okmulgee schools her entire life, graduating in 1998. She then attended the University of Oklahoma, graduating in 2002, and University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, graduating in 2004 from the Physician Associate Program. Heather practiced medicine at OU Dermatology, where she was an accomplished and respected Faculty member in the College of Medicine. She was adored by her patients, many of whom, had her personal telephone number. Heather married Rance Wadley on July 25, 2009 and to this union was born Boston Edward Wadley on August 13, 2013.

Heather was a loving daughter, devoted wife, and an incredible mother. She was a caring aunt and a proud sister. She was an avid reader, a reality show junkie, and a wine connoisseur. She loved yoga, foot rubs, and candy of all assortments. She enjoyed travel with a modest sprinkle of adventure. She watched the sun rise from a volcano and cage dived with Great whites off the coast South Africa. She did Christmas in New York and Easter on Alcatraz. She was a loyal friend who was always ready for a social event. Shoes and purses were her love language. Her proudest accomplishment was Boston Edward Wadley. She loved to draw pictures with him and read him books. She enjoyed participating in his activities such as soccer, gymnastics, and tae kwon do. Her wit was sharp, her hands were gentle, and her smile was pure sunshine. She loved every human she ever met, and they loved her.

Heather is survived by her husband, Rance and son Boston of the home. Her mother Patricia of Okmulgee, brother Bryan of Oklahoma City, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Heather is preceded in death by her father Ed Hennigan, her grandparents, Earnest and Helen Fuller, and Gene and Faye Smith.

Services are scheduled for 11:00 AM Thursday, September 20, 2018 at LifeChurch at Broadway and Britton.

The family will greet friends on Wednesday, from 6-8 PM at Matthews Funeral Home of Edmond.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to her son Boston via Venmo or PayPal at bostonwadley@gmail.com.

Comments

  1. May the God of Tender Mercies (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) comfort family and friends of Heather. When the last enemy death (1 Corinthians 15:26) strikes grief may be great. God Almighty gives HOPE and PROMISE. All those in the memorial tombs will hear Jesus’ voice and COME OUT (John 5: 28,29). God will wipe OUT every tear from their eyes and Death will be NO MORE. Revelation 21:4. Please accept my sincere condolences.

  2. God makes special people. Heather is one of them. She was family to mine. Just at my home a few days ago. Love you honey.

  3. Patty & family,
    I am so sorry about Heather!! What a beautiful young lady!!! I pray that wonderful memories of her will comfort you in the days to come. You are in my thoughts & prayers!!

  4. i went to school with Heather. She was absolutely dynamic. She was always moving , never sat still. Her smile was beautiful and she had boundless energy. My heart goes out to her family. I am positive she was a wonderful mama and I know that Boston will carry her sweetness and smile on for many generations.

  5. This is such a shock!! So young so beautiful. Heather you will be missed dearly even though we didn’t see each other that much. I can remember many over nights you at my house or April at yours. The many beautiful clothes you shared with April. So many great memories. I love you heather.

  6. Patty, Sharon, Rance, Boston and family,

    I am truly sorry for the loss of Heather. Her smile was a true light that shined on those who needed it. She was an example to all.
    Prayers will be going up for all.

  7. Kenny and Shirley Hurst and Emily Hurst/Ogden
    Heather will truly be missed and that beautiful face and smile. May Rance, Boston and Patti ( and other family members) find peace and comfort in the midst of this terrible dark storm. I pray that you remember all of the joy and peace that she brought to each of us. She was a ray of sunshine.

  8. Heather was my student in middle school. She had such a unique spirit. She could light up a room just by walking in to it. May God comfort the hearts of her friends and family. We will keep you in our prayers.

  9. My love this with each and every one of you at this time and continue Prayers.
    She lives in the hearts of those that she loved forever.

  10. My love is with each and every one of you at this time and continue Prayers.
    She lives in the hearts of those that she loved forever.

  11. My prayers are with you Rance and Boston and all of Heather’s family that loved her so dearly. She was my physician at OU Dermatology performing an entailed surgical procedure . She was very good and so considerate and caring. I was so impressed with her as a Dr. and it was easy to see that all of her co workers cared deeply for her.. May God be with you in these coming days, weeks and months as your life transitions .

  12. Rance, I want you to know how very sorry I am this happened. You and Boston have been in my thoughts and prayers. I wish I could have known her. She was such a beautiful lady and I could tell she was a very special person.

  13. You are in my thoughts, words cannot express my sympathies. The words you wrote about Heather made me smile and I hope those memories help to carry you and Boston through this time.

  14. Rance and Family: Mere words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. Heather touched many lives and all who knew her will be better for having known her. Although her life was ended way to soon, her legacy will live on. My love and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May you feel the the strength, courage and peace God will provide you. God will give you strength to get through the tough times, the courage to face the days ahead and the peace of knowing Heather is in a better place and you will one day be in that wonderful place with her. Love you all.

  15. To Heather’s family,
    I am so very sorry for your tragic loss, please accept my heartfelt condolences. I know words cannot mend the heartbreak of losing someone you love but I wanted to share a thought with you that helped me through my own loss. John 5:28,29 speaks of a wonderful prospect to look forward to that will take place here earth. I hope you too find the comfort you need to continue to endure.

  16. My sincere condolences to the Wadley family. May your many fine memories of Heather and loving words comfort family and friends during this difficult time and the days ahead (Isaiah 57:15)

  17. Heather was my provider at OU Dermatology for the last 6/7 years. I hadn’t been back since 2016. I went today and was devastated to hear the news! I’m so sorry for everyone’s loss especially her family. I didn’t know her very well but what I did know of her left a lasting impression of one of the most kindest, caring, sincere people I had ever met. She once talked on the phone with me probably 45 min or more trying to persuade me to go to PA school. She was truly genuine and I could tell she loved what she did. My heartfelt prayers are with all who knew and loved her. I know she’s blessing everyone in heaven now. God only picks the most beautiful flowers too early.

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