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Heather A. Krone

November 21, 2018

It is in the deepest despair and heartbreak that we acknowledge the death of the most amazing mother, daughter, spouse, sister, aunt, cousin, niece, friend and confidant that one has ever known.

Heather Krone passed away Wednesday, November 21, 2018 unexpectedly of a congenital heart defect at home in Dublin, Georgia, where she has resided since 2015. She was born in Worcester, Massachusetts on March 19th to Linda (Lefebvre) Chaput of Worcester, MA and the late Stephen Krone. She leaves behind her loving family, including her mother Linda, spouse William Meeks, her children Anthony “T” Cariglia and Katharine “Kat” Meeks, her stepchildren Billy, Dakota and Hunter Meeks of Dublin, GA., her little sister Amanda (Ouellette) Maggiacomo and her husband Brian, their children Nick, Alex, Gabriella and Antonio of East Greenwich, RI, her brother Brendan Lefebvre and her bestie Noreen Horgan of Worcester, Ma., cousins Christopher, Samantha, Adam, and many other family and friends. She joins her Meme, Alma (Provencher) Lefebvre in passing.

Heather was vibrant and fun loving with her trademark blue hair and love for black crows. She left sparkles and sparks wherever she went. Those that knew her knew she was a breathtaking firecracker and a woman who took care of everyone before herself. She was mysterious and sassy behind her gorgeous green eyes that were her trademark. To know Heather was to be in love with her. She is the best friend to many and the light of her mother Linda's life. She will always be her Mama’s Heather Anne. She is so much more than a sister to Amanda and Brendan, whom she helped raise and taught so many life lessons. Heather took pride in her children’s accomplishments. From the moment her oldest son Anthony was born, he was her pride and joy. She was always proud to be on the arm of the love of her life Will. Kat is her mini me who will follow in her Mama’s footsteps by wearing her fantastic heels. She deeply loved Billy, Dakota and Hunter as her own. She was the loudest on the sidelines cheering; she was the quietest and softest hand rocking her babies to sleep.  She loved baking everything delicious and sinful from scratch and was fantastically creative. Heather was unbelievably spectacular and the world will never be the same. In fact, it is significantly more beautiful because she was in it.

Family, Friends and others who have been touched by Heather are invited to calling hours Friday, December 7th from 5 pm to 7 pm at Rice Funeral Home, 300 Park Avenue, Worcester to reminisce, grieve and support each other.  The family also invites all loved ones to attend a Celebration of Life Gathering on Saturday December 8th at 12 pm at the Knights of Columbus, 91 Manville St, Leicester, MA 01524.

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