October 14, 1957 - November 10, 2021
With respect for Linda's wishes for no "funeral" and for those of you who asked about services where friends and family will be gathering, our daughter Lindsay Heath is having a celebration of life for her mother, Linda Olorenshaw Heath this Thursday, November 18th starting at 2:00 P.M. and will be receiving guests until Midnight. The location, Clubhouse on south Temple at 850 east South Temple 84102 where all friends and family are invited to attend. Live music will be covering much of Linda's favorite music along with their own written songs that Linda loved as well. It's a very large building with outside areas to visit so those who may have Covid concerns can find "safer" areas to visit. Once there was a woman who could hear the songs all hearts sing. From the deep low hums to the high thin tones, she would often sit and simply harmonize with whomever happened by. Her silent heart song resonated with the song their heart carried, called to their heart, and for a long time after, each of them wondered why they felt more loved, more courageous, more seen and understood. Once there was a woman who was the north star of the family. The light they all unknowingly looked to whenever needed finding. Her quiet light pulled them together, and they walked through life knowing they were found; could not be lost. - Dana Baptiste Linda Rae Olorenshaw Heath was born to Ethel Tiffany Olorenshaw and David Richard Olorenshaw on October 14th 1957, in Salt Lake City, UT. She is survived by three siblings, Diane Lockman, Maureen Pendleton (Kim) and Dave Olorenshaw. Her loving husband of 47 years, William Devereaux Heath, and their 4 children, Lindsay Desiree Heath, Ashley Devin Heath Ricks (Justin) Jamin Devereaux Heath and Tiffany Michelle Heath Wayman (Deke). Also survived by her beloved 5 1/2 grandchildren (Tiffany and Deke expecting April 2022) Linda had many jobs throughout her life, but being a mother was where she excelled. She was always a room mother, and an active participant of the PTA. Not only was she a mother to her 4 biological children, but to many friends who felt her undeniable motherly love that she so effortlessly shared with any and everyone who needed it. A true angel on earth, selflessly putting others before herself. Linda loved to crochet, making various items for all of her loved ones, reading, attending Lindsay's live performances, bunco, playing dominoes with Kim and Maureen, and watching her grandchildren grow. She was called back to Heaven on 11/10/2021 to join her parents she so deeply missed. This is a loss that words cannot begin to express, the world is truly a little bit darker without her shining example o f unconditional love. You emulate the meaning of mother, grandmother and the quiet, selfless true meaning of love to your husband, relatives, friends and to all who were so blessed to have you in their lives. - Helen "Bubbe" Barr We Are Most Greatful for Everyone's Loving Thoughts and Prayer's for Linda and Our Family! A Memorial for Linda with immediate Family and a few volunteer's will take place in Riverton Utah on November 15 from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM. Due to immediate family and close friends not being able to attend in person we are holding an honorary celebration of life for Linda Olorenshaw Heath this Thursday, November 18th starting at 2:00 P.M. and will be receiving guests until Midnight. We soon hope to have a Virtual link to share for Linda's Memorial occurring November 15 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM so Loving friends and family blessed by Linda may join us.
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