Heather Dawn Audas, 47 of Loveland Ohio passed away on September 14th, 2023. Born June 28th 1976, in Middletown, Ohio. Heather was the most loving, caring, patient woman you would ever meet. Heathers ability to walk into a room and immediately put a smile on everyone’s face was not only due to her outside beauty, but her enormous heart. Always willing to lend a hand or offer a shoulder to cry on she always seemed to know if you needed someone to just sit and listen. Her intoxicating smile was usually all the medicine you needed.
Heather was drawn to her career of Nursing at the young age of 9 when she was diagnosed with Hodgkins Cancer. Heather received her Bachelor’s in Nursing from University of Cincinnati. Several years later she went back to her Alma mater receiving her masters as a Nurse Practitioner. She had plans to return to get her PhD to teach at the University of Cincinnati College of nursing some day and train the new and upcoming nurses, unfortunately her stage 4 terminal cancer diagnosis sidelined her medical career. Although not practicing nursing she used her skills as a nurse and helped 100’s of people that she didn’t even know about holistic diets and reducing cancer growth through diet and exercise.
In 2005 Heathers gave birth to her pride and joy Zackary. She devoted her life of love and faith in the lord to him, now an 18 year old he carries her family values and will continue her legacy to his kids in time.
Heather was a mother of four fur babies as well. Her cat Whiskers, German Short Haired Pointer Zeke, her Husky Nanuk, and her latest love a rescued Malamute named Shiloh.
Heather is survived by her beloved husband Mike Audas and cherished son Zack. A father Randy, Mother Brenda, 2 sisters Katrina & Cassi & 1 brother Dustin, Grandma & Grandpa David & Vada, Mother in law Donna, brother in law Randy & sister in law Deanna. Heather is survived by many loving cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
On September 14th 2023 at 8:16pm Heathers cancer was finally cured and Heaven received our angel.
In 2007 Heather was given 1-6 months to live. Heather gave us over 6 more of the best years of her life. I can testify that she has changed my life and not a day will go by that I will not think of her.
Heather never gave up, because we never gave up on her. ❤️
Wednesday, September 20, 2023
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Thursday, September 21, 2023
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