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My mum was as dedicated and loving as they come. Her sacrifice and love for me won't soon be forgotten. I am the man I am today as a result of her.


Her sense of style.  Ooooooh... one thing  about Heather is she knew how to put a look together and rock it to the max.


So nice. A gentle soul .

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A small sample of the family's memories of our beloved Heather

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On behalf of my entire family, thank you, everyone, who is here today to celebrate Heather and say a final goodbye. We appreciate you.

As I stand here and look at everyone, inside I feel very happy.  I'm happy because I see most of the people that loved Heather. They are some who love her who couldn’t be with us today.


Ecclesiastes 3 reminds us:

“To everything, there is a season, a time for every matter under heaven; a time to be born,

And a time to die; a time to plant,

And a time to pluck up what is planted;

A time to weep, and a time to laugh,

A time to mourn, and a time to dance;

A time to keep, and a time to cast away”

I never thought I would be up here doing this.


My name is Megan and Heather was my cousin, but we shared a special bond.  A bond I can't explain. We shared special times, special memories and special love.  I would always say to her...that she was my favorite cousin and she in return would say I was hers.


Heather Norwina Estwick, was born in the parish of St. Joseph in 1962 to her parents the late Yvonne Estwick and Grafton Lavine. At the age of two, she relocated to Lower Estate St. George to live with her grandparents the deceased Arden & Millicent Lavine. Her young days were spent being raised by close yet loving family while attending St. George Primary School and later, the no longer existing Modern High School. I want to shine a light on her character and unique personality. She was one who was always ready to greet you with a smile... READ MORE


We'd like you to share your fond memories of Heather with us

Thanks for sharing with us.

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