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Heather Noel Bodessa

Heather Noel Bodessa

July 27, 1973 - May 12, 2019

Heather Noel Bodessa, 45, of Porter Texas, passed away May 12, 2019 at 3:37am CST ending her battle with Cancer and with her family by her side. Heather was born to Dorothy Wolffberg and George Maxstead on July 27, 1973 in Columbus, OH. She shared her life with Melvin Krier, her boyfriend of 24 years. <br /> Heather was raised in Columbus OH, until moving about in her teen years, and finally settling in Texas when she was 18 years old. Heather was a hardworking Mom, fun loving sister/friend that did not know a stranger and opened her heart to everyone she met never passing judgment. Her favorite saying as a Mom was, "I brought you into this world, I can take you out". Her gift of joy, shown through her constant smile, laughter, and joking will never be forgotten. <br /> Heather is proceeded in death by Aunt Debbie Brown. She is survived by boyfriend Melvin Krier, her children Jamie Wolffberg (Rebekah), Matthew Bodessa (Jennifer), Kirstin Bodessa, Allen Krier; grandchildren Elizabeth & Benjamin Wolffberg; Maci-kay, Hayden & Stella Bodessa; and Isabella & Alyssa Ausborn. Siblings Joe Maxstead (Cinnamon), Joy Maxstead-Kirk, James Maxstead, Greg Maxstead (Carissa), Susan Maxstead, Jacci Woolwine (Dusty), and Nikki Stead (Steve). Parents Dorothy Wolffberg and George Maxstead. Along with too many beloved cousins, nieces, and nephews to list. <br /> Celebration of life will be held on Saturday, May 25, 2019 from 3pm to 7pm CST at Maverick Saloon in Conroe, TX. The family requests that people make donations in support of cancer research, in lieu of sending flowers.

Services by
Tulip Cremation , Bryan, TX
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    I am so sorry. I just found out. She was a very special lady. We talked about many personal things. Soar with the angels sweet lady. I'll see you soon but in the meantime say hi to my wife Cindy that I lost to that dreaded disease. Give her a hug for me and tell her I love her. We'll all get together soon. Rest in eternal peace beautiful lady.
    Ron Gilstrap Oct 10, 2019