Heather Lynn Boyer, 45, of Auburn, passed away Friday, August 28th, at University of Minnesota Hospital, Minneapolis.
Born in Pottsville, on April 21, 1975, a daughter of John Brenneman and the late Phyllis (Tripp) Brenneman.
She was the wife of Eric M. Boyer.
She was a graduate of Blue Mountain High School, class of 1993 and Alvernia University.
She was formerly employed as a social worker and substitute teacher. She was the former president of the Ladies Auxillary at Second Mountain Gun Club. She was very active with volunteering at the Blue Mountain Elementary West and coached girls softball in Cressona.
Heather is preceded in death by her mother Phyllis, maternal grandparents Albert and Phyllis Tripp, paternal grandparents Harold and Velma Brenneman, cousins Tricia Socko and Hannah Tripp; uncle Charles Tripp and aunt Ruth Nichols; father in law Leonard Boyer.
Heather is survived by a daughter, Madison Boyer and a son, Braydon Boyer. She is also survived by sisters Heidi Edwards wife of John, Lebanon and Holly Brenneman Conshohoken; nephews Logan Edwards, Mason Smith, Christopher Boyer, Timothy "TJ" Boyer, Jason Lassandro, Ryan Melnick, Darren Boyer and Derrek Boyer; nieces Jennifer Kelly, Corinne Berger, Ashley Yarborough and Hollie Dietrich; sisters in law Eileen Guitas wife of Jack, Schuylkill Haven and Terry Melnick wife of John, McKinney, TX; brothers in law Greg Boyer husband of Marie, Pottsville, Robert Boyer husband of Shelly, Schuylkill Haven and Ronald Boyer, Schuylkill Haven; mother in law Victoria Boyer.
A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, September 5th at 23 Meadowbrook in Schuylkill Haven, with Pastor Edward Vidzicki officiating.
A visitation will be held prior from 10 am until the time of the service.
The family requests donations to University of Pennsylvania, Center for Neurodegenerative Research. Checks can be mailed to Penn Medicine Development; Attn. Elizabeth Yannes; 3535 Market Street Suite 750, Philadelphia PA 19104.
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