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Nov 30, 2010
Your family, your friends and the climbing community are not going to be the same without you Heather. We want to honor your life and remember you for the great person you are. You're not alone.

Rest in peace.

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Orphaned
Joined Jul 9, 2007
13,676 points
Nov 30, 2010
Though I never met her, she has touched me. RIP. I hope others can post up some photos of her. Callie Rennison
From Boulder, Colorado
Joined Jan 31, 2007
2 points
Nov 30, 2010
Acid Test at Paynes Ford
I have been following the original thread about her incident and it is so horribly eye-opening to hear this news. Though I did not know her, it seems that she was a wonderful person who had touched many people. My condolences to everyone personal to her. RIP Heather. CJ Coccia
From Denver, CO
Joined Apr 29, 2010
83 points
Nov 30, 2010
Top of Bridalveil, feelin good
Just met Heather a couple of months ago when she was passing thrue Colorado. Had great fun climbing at Turkey Rocks and trying out her vegetarian/gluten free cilantro pesto dish.

Farewell Heather. I will be drinking a bottle of Malbec and having fond memories of our adventures.
erik wellborn
From manitou springs
Joined Apr 3, 2008
360 points
Nov 30, 2010
Coffee after freezing our asses off near James Pea...
Sadly I didn't get to meet Heather, but glad my friend Erik did so I can hear more about her. Take care her friends and family. Stich
From Colorado Springs, Colorado
Joined Jan 1, 2001
1,496 points
Nov 30, 2010
after the hard stuff, into cruiser hands.
I have never met her either but I hate to read about incidents like this. As a newer climber it was very eye opening for me as I was in the same area two days earlier. RIP Heather. NickinCO
From colorado
Joined Sep 17, 2010
239 points
Nov 30, 2010
Somewhere across the fruited plains.
RIP and God bless her friends and family. TobinPetty
From Nampa, ID
Joined Oct 9, 2004
914 points
Nov 30, 2010
I never knew Heather, but,

She was a beautiful young lady, and seems full of spirit, life and class.

Here is to a life well lived!
Ezra Ellis
Joined Dec 12, 2007
12 points
Nov 30, 2010
Rapping off the Matron October, 2010
My thoughts are going out to all of Heather's friends, her family and especially her climbing partner. From what so many have shared about her she seems like someone who was full of life and touched everyone she met in some way. I did not know her, but it is obvious that she made a large impact in her short time.

Rest in peace, Heather.
ErikaNW
Joined Sep 28, 2010
121 points
Dec 1, 2010
As one of Heather's best friends, I am devastated by her loss. It is comforting to see her climbing community come together and honour her. Thank you all for sending your love. Heather's Friend
Joined Nov 30, 2010
5 points
Dec 1, 2010
my thoughts and prayers are with her family and loved ones. Rest in Peace. John Wilder
From Las Vegas, NV
Joined Feb 1, 2004
2,395 points
Dec 1, 2010
I was fortunate to know Heather for many years. She's the perfect example of someone who is beautiful inside and out and will be truly missed. My heart and prayers go out to her friends, her family... and of course, her climbing family.

We will love you forever Heather.
Steeve Hennessy
Joined Dec 1, 2010
0 points
Dec 3, 2010
I was one of the fortunate people to meet Heather and cannot put in words how much of a wonderful, amazingly happy and positive human being she was. Full of life and an adventurous spirit. I had only recently met her but will forever miss her. My heartfelt condolences to all of her family and friends. Curtis Mason
Joined Dec 3, 2010
0 points


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