Heather Van Noort

November 23, 1970 - October 3, 2014

Service: Private family services will be held.

Heather Van Noort, 43, passed away unexpectedly, Friday, October 3, 2014 at the Canton-Inwood Hospital.  Private family services will be held.

          Heather was born November 23, 1970 at Ogden, Utah, to Charles and Sandra (Foit) Weier.  She graduated from Viborg High School and attended college.

          Heather was united in marriage to Randy Van Noort in January of 2005 in Rapid City, SD.  They made their home on a farm near Hudson, SD.  She had been employed at Keystone Treatment Center, but most recently had been helping Randy on the farm.  She especially enjoyed caring for the baby calves.  She loved her children, gardening, and her pets.  She was a bird watcher and enjoyed collecting humming birds.

          Grateful for having shared her life are: her husband, Randy; children, Sam and Cassie Jackels of Minnesota and Austin Van Noort of Canton; her parents, Charles and Sandra Weier of Las Vegas, NV; and brother, Joshua and Sarah Weier of Colorado.  She was preceded in death by her son, Dillon Fischer.

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  1. Linda Solem on October 4, 2014 said:

    Heather~ you will be missed! Say Hi to my Dad up in Heaven! You were a sweetheart and had such a warm soul. Your smile could light up a room! My thoughts and prayers to your children, Randy, and your family.

    Linda Solem

  2. Lynda Johnson on October 4, 2014 said:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Heather was a wonderful person. I always enjoyed being with her

  3. Michelle Short on October 5, 2014 said:

    My thoughts and prayers to Heathers family-especially Sam and Cassie. There are many people who would love a chance to say good-bye to your mom. May you know that many people are lifting you up in prayer at this time and for the days ahead.

  4. Roxy Houg on October 6, 2014 said:

    Randy, Karen, Rich and family –
    So Sorry to hear about your loss. My deepest sympathy to all of you. Thoughts and prayers to you during this difficult time…

    Roxy and Family.