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Thanks Michael for your beautiful memorial. I worked at developerWorks in the early days and was the one who introduced her to dW. Heidi had been a personal friend of my husband and I since the early 90s. She was a wonderful, witty, insightful, adventuresome, and intelligent human being, and she is greatly missed.

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Thanks Michael for your post. I never met her personally, but I was working with Heidi on a Web Zone article series. Through my many email exchanges with her, I can only picture her as a very patient, friendly and caring person. My most memorable "email" moment is when I shared with her the death of my youngest brother this past January and her thoughtful and supportive response made me feel like she cared. I pray for her family and friends going through this very difficult moment.

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Heidi was Managing Editor when I was Editor-in-Chief of DV Magazine in the mid 90's. I was shocked and saddened to hear this news today. She was a very sweet person who I worked with for several years.<div>&nbsp;</div> Lou

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I am stunned and extremely saddened. Heidi worked with me in the early to mid 1980s at a Television station; WRLH in Richmond, Va. She was part of "our crowd". Always upbeat, happy, and a joy to be around. She could singlehandedly "lift" any mood to one of warmth and smiles.<div>&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> My heart and sympathy go out to her friends and family.<div>&nbsp;</div> Jim