Obituary of Heather Fryar
Heather left this world to be with the Lord following a series of illnesses over the past few years. She fought through these challenges with dignity and grace yet finally her body gave out.
She was born in Wausau, Wisconsin and lived her early years in Tomahawk, Wisconsin. She then moved extensively with her family living in Memphis, Montgomery, Al., Lakeland, Fl., Gig Harbor, Wa. and Coto de Caza, Ca.
During her early years she was known to be the life of the party; her effervescent personality drew you in and her humor kept you there. She enjoyed all things outdoors and spent many a night in a camping tent.
After attending a few different colleges and working several years in food service she was married and moved to Missoula, Mt. Unfortunately that marriage failed after 3 years and she moved back with her parents in Mansfield, Texas where she worked for AT&T in a call center.
Sadly she never recovered from her failed marriage and her health gradually deteriorated.
She will be remembered as a passionate, energetic and enthusiastic young lady. Heather leaves behind many friends and lives she touched across the many places she lived.
As a strong believer we know she is with the Lord and dancing with her younger brother Jesse who preceded her in death 15 years ago. They were quite smitten with each other so we know heaven is having one heck of a party.
She leaves behind her best friend and mother Debbie Simpson and stepfather John Simpson, Mansfield, TX; grandparents Carl and Gail Menebroeker, Tomahawk, her brother Jeremy Fryar and nieces Aubrey and Kylie Tomahawk, and several Aunts, Uncles and Cousins who loved her dearly.
Heather will be buried in Bethany Cemetery, Irma, Wisconsin. Service times will be announced in the spring.