It is with deep sadness that we announce a bright light has left our lives, and her name is Heather Lee Deverall. She joined the angels at the age of 39 on October 8, 2020, where she will certainly be finding ways to help others.
She was born to Craig and Nanette Deverall on Feb. 2nd, 1981. Heather graduated from Hillcrest High School and went on to get her associates degree as a medical assistant. She worked as a nanny for several years to Regan and Gabbie Eggli. She adored them as they adored her. She worked in medical billing for the remainder of her career. She married Andrew Graves and they have two beautiful children, Hannah Jo and Zander Mack Graves. They later divorced.
Heather had a gift of helping everyone she met. She would help them in any way that she could, even if it meant that she went without. She instinctively lived to be a light in the lives of those she encountered. She loved to talk and laugh (her laugh was contagious), spending time with her children and her friends, creating/crafting, listening to music, being outdoors, and helping others. We will miss her terribly, but have comfort knowing that she’s at peace.
We love you our sweet daughter and know how much you loved everyone so deeply.
She is survived by her parents Craig and Nanette, brothers Steve (Becky) and Dylan (Josie) Deverall as well as many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
Graveside services will be held Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 12:00 noon at the Midvale City Cemetery, 471 6th Ave, Midvale, UT 84047. A celebration of Heather’s life to follow shortly after in the Midvale City Park.
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