April 8, 2002 - Minneapolis StarTribune: Obituary for RPCV Heidi Huber

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Obituary for RPCV Heidi Huber

Read and leave your message on this obituary for RPCV Heidi Huber (shown in the photo above at her Peace Corps swearing in) who served in Botswana from 1993 - 95 that was sent to us by members of her Education and Environmental Group at:

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Heidi Huber

Heidi Huber, age 33, died of malignant melanoma, April 1, 2002.

She fought fiercely and although the cancer took her body, it did not take her spirit.

Heidi was a 1987 graduate of Orono High School, 1992 graduate of Augsburg College, a Peace Corps volunteer from 1993-1996, and earned her Master's degree in Education from Harvard University in 1998.

She will be forever in the hearts of her parents, Barb & Bob; sisters, Cindy and Wendy; grandmothers, Esther Addison and Ethelyn Huber; uncle, Bert Addison; aunt, Margie Huber; cousins and friends.

Our family has been blessed with so many loving and supportive friends.

Visitation 5-9 pm Thursday at David Lee Funeral Home in Wayzata.

Funeral service 11 am Friday at Trinity Lutheran Church, 2060 County Rd 6, Long Lake. Interment Lakewood Cemetery, Mpls.

Memorials may be directed to Augsburg College, where a scholarship fund will be set up in Heidi's name.

Our heartfelt thanks to friends at Carlson Company, Drs. Amatruda, Tuttle, Shank and VanRoy, and 4th floor Oncology staff at North Memorial Hospital.

David Lee Funeral Home Wayzata 952-473-5577

Published in the Minneapolis StarTribune on 4/3/2002.

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