Heidi never left home without her smile. She was pleasant to the core and could never resist checking out a stroller – she loved little ones. She accepted life as it came and preferred to make lemonadernwhen circumstances went the wrong way. Her illness never stopped Heidi: she endeavored to keep her life as stable as possible, even heading into Thomas Scientific every day until the very end.rnHeidi spied a guy named Bob while he was at the lake fishing and she was on her bike. She rode by several times. A short time later Bob would stop by to see the guys from work and was stunned to see that bike rider who turned his head. They became best friends and were together the last 22 years. They were blessed with a daughter, Rachel and a son, Matthew who pre-deceased Heidi.rnShe is survived by a sister, Colleen Clouser, and 3 brothers: Richard, Casey, and William Clouser and her mother-in-law, Carole Monahon.rnCome celebrate 43 smiling years Wednesday from 9AM at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro where there will be a service at 11AM. Burial Lake Park Cemetery.