Heather L. Lazzari, 45 of Hillsborough, NH died on Saturday, October 22, 2022 at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, in Boston, MA.
Mrs. Lazzari was born on October 10, 1977, in Fort Morgan, CO, the daughter of Vaughn and Debbie (Brown) Wood. Members of her family include; her husband of 25 years. Edward (Nathan) Lazzari III, of Hillsborough, NH; Son Tyler Lazzari, Daughter Hannah Lazzari, Brother Sherman Wood, and Sister Tiffany Hodge, and her beloved dog Twinkie Toes!
Heather loved the outdoors, planting flowers, bushes, and vegetables in her garden. In the summer you could often catch her on her riding mower wearing her bug net hat, singing at the top of her lungs completely out of tune to her favorite songs.
She was an all animal, animal lover that started early as a child when she learned to raise animals in 4-H, milk cows on her family farm, raise pigs, and owned several horses throughout her life. Her favorite four legged friends were her Yorkies! She bred, raised, and loved dozens of litters of puppies that went to loving homes across the Northeast.
Heather had a unique gift of noticing the beauty in the smallest and most unassuming things. The love for her children and those closest to her in her life were unparalleled. She was the first person to call if you needed a listening ear and comforting words. She was the kind of mother who was there for her kids every step of the way, from filming every football game and fixing every bump and scrape at gymnastics, to walking her son down the aisle and homeschooling her daughter.
She had a creative mind that never stopped. She kept finding new crafts that occupied her time each passing day, from resin crafts to flower pressing and rock tumbling; she aspired and did it all. The energy for her creativity never dwindled.
She loved anything Winnie the Pooh, gnome and butterfly related. She had a collection for everything she loved and never did anything half-hearted. Her collections were extensive and broad. Spending time and shopping with her Mama and Daughter bouncing from one store to another and hitting every isle to look at everything at least once.
SERVICES: There are no calling hours. Services will be private
Donations can be made to LifeSource (Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation) www.life-source.org
Organ donation is a generous, selfless gift. The donor’s legacy lives on when someone gets a second chance at life. LifeSource are the first responders making organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation a reality. They receive the call about a potential donor, meet with grieving families to discuss donation, then transport organ donations to those desperately awaiting the transplant. If you’ve never given It much thought, Heather would have liked everyone to consider becoming an Organ Donor, and become someone else’s miracle.
Cremation Society of NH is assisting the family with arrangements. To view an online memorial, leave a message of condolence, or for more information please go to https://csnh.com/